Any serious conversation about social and racial justice in America must include a conversation about our nation’s drug laws and the impact they have...
There have been hundreds of thousands of people incarcerated in state and federal penitentiaries for weed over the decades.
As upsetting as the attempted takeover of the US Capitol was, guess what? Most of the criminals could skate on justice for their actions.
Cannabis advocates are hoping that the incoming Biden Administration will help bring the nation together on this issue.
Unlike the breathalyzer, which can detect alcohol impairment within seconds, Indiana’s new drug test experiment only shows that a motorist has used drugs.
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.
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