While I am deeply sympathetic with the slogan “No Justice! No Peace!” I’m afraid they have it backwards.
Efforts are underway to expunge the cannabis records of imprisoned individuals in select states, and proponents of marijuana reform are hoping the MORE Act is passed.
Cannabis law enforcement in South Dakota disproportionately targeted Blacks and Native Americans, and cannabis arrests have risen over the past decade.
Hemp legalization caused confusion among police and prosecutors, who have instead adopted a 'Smart on Crime' approach.
Though about 54% of Albany residents are white, only four people arrested for cannabis charges between July 2019 and June 2020 were white.
Now that marijuana is becoming increasingly more legal across the United States, more of the population is dropping its guard when it comes to holding weed.
One of the hottest topics surrounding the marijuana discussion as of late has been eliminating the criminal records of those who've been convicted of marijuana crimes.
The latest FBI crime data shows that more than 600,000 marijuana-related arrests are happening every year, most of which are for small-time possession.
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The CDC released guidelines on how COVID-19 vaccines will be distributed, highlighting four groups of people that'll likely be the first recipients.
Researchers of a new study note that CBD plays an important role in risk reduction for users of high THC cannabis.