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Drug Policy

Residents of Medical States Choose Vapes and Edibles Over Smoking

Research recently published in the International Journal of Drug Policy has found that residents of states with medical marijuana laws are more likely to vaporize or consume edibles, indicating a natural shift towards healthier alternatives to smoking as states legalize c...

To Change Marijuana Laws, Throw Caution to the Wind

Lawmakers like to urge "caution" when it comes to marijuana legalization. But a look at the world's first legal-marijuana country shows that caution can be a bad thing.   

Pot Matters: Trump on Drugs

Republican front-runner Donald Trump’s position on how to stop the drug epidemic is fairly simple—just say wall.    

New DEA Leader Admits Pot 'Probably Not' As Dangerous As Heroin

The new leader of the Drug Enforcement Administration has kept his stance on drug reform somewhat of a mystery, but on Tuesday, Acting Administrator Chuck Rosenberg said that "heroin probably is more dangerous than marijuana."  

Obama Calls for Fairer Justice System with First-Ever Presidential Visit to a Federal Prison

As part of a weeklong focus on inequities in the criminal justice system, Obama was to meet separately Thursday with law enforcement officials and nonviolent drug offenders who are paying their debt to society at the El Reno Federal Correctional Institution, a medium-secu...

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