Federal Cannabis Charges Plummeted in 2022
Only about 800 people were charged for cannabis-related federal offenses last year.
April 3, 2023
Ohio Law Enforcement Is Suing Afroman for Use of Security Footage Online
Afroman’s home was raided by police last year, and now he’s being sued for using the likeness of the law enforcement officers in photos and videos shared on his social media channels.
March 27, 2023
Police are Getting People High as Part of ‘Stoned Driving’ Training
Yes, you read that right. Cops in Maryland will get you stoned and provide the snacks.
February 21, 2023
Chinese Police Enlist Drug-Sniffing Squirrels
The city of Chongqing is training a team of six red squirrels.
February 10, 2023
GOP Lawmaker in Indiana Pushes Legalization Proposals
Republican state Sen. Jon Ford recently introduced two cannabis bills in Indiana.
January 31, 2023
Go Ahead and Pack Heat, But Not a Bowl
“Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls... Dying time's here.” – Dr. Dealgood
January 19, 2023
Study Reveals California Law Enforcement More Likely To Arrest Black Teens
A new report examines the racial disparities that exist among California law enforcement agencies.
January 9, 2023
Kentucky Governor Calls on Legislature To Push Medical Pot in 2023
In a recent briefing, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear spoke about his executive order to allow patients to buy medical cannabis out of state, and educational palm cards that will be distributed to law enforcement.
January 3, 2023
New Jersey AG Issues Fresh Guidance on Drug Testing for Law Enforcement
Law enforcement agencies are required to conduct two rounds of tests next year.
October 31, 2022
Louisiana Bill to Allow State Employees to Use Medical Cannabis Receives Unanimous Vote
A Louisiana House Bill recently received a unanimous vote of passage to allow state employees to consume medical cannabis.
May 24, 2022