While our Southern border is the visible flashpoint for American politicians, it is the equivalent of the Kabul airport.
Following Mexico’s historic move, cannabis observers are wondering who the next newsmaker will be.
If legislators in Colombia and Mexico have their way, the House’s counterparts in two important Latin American economies could be following in the steps of the U.S..
Although the most expensive cannabis is in countries where it is illegal and penalties can be very harsh, the cheapest cities to buy a gram are more of a mixed bag.
The nation of Colombia has been fighting —and losing — the Drug War. And, like the US, Colombia is changing its approach to the issue.
Specifically, the bill passed with a 68-5 vote in Peru, which will allow cannabis oil to be produced, as well as imported and commercialized.
On Saturday, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos used his acceptance speech for the Nobel Peace Prize to criticize the war on drugs and call...
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Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos was the surprise winner of the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize, awarded to him on Friday for his continuing commitment to...
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