When we look at the available data, it becomes increasingly clear that marijuana policy needs a serious reform.
Restorative justice aims to make up for past harms done to those arrested for nonviolent marijuana-related crimes.
The United States has a long history of arresting minorities for marijuana at a significantly higher rate than white people. Even in the supposedly progressive California.
Considering the ever-changing laws, has federal marijuana research evolved?
At this rate, will we ever see large-scale weed advertising campaigns?
Doctors explain the most common reasons for weed-related ER visits in an article published late last year.
Politics concerns what stakeholders get, but policy concerns what they want.
Let it grow!
This is the story of a piece of federal legislation called the Controlled Substances Act and how it transformed federal law regarding marijuana, why it failed...
The U.S. government spends 350 times more on drug trafficking than on human trafficking.