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Feds Spent More On Marijuana Prohibition In 2018 Than Fighting Domestic...

The DEA spent $18 million eradicating illegal marijuana grows last year, though it allegedly doesn't know where most of the money went.

Why William Barr, Trump’s AG Pick, Won’t Be A Friend To...

Barr remains a big supporter of policies that go against the grain of where the country is headed concerning drug-related issues, particularly in relation to marijuana legalization.

California Lawmakers Pass Bill To Erase Past Marijuana Convictions

This week, the California Senate passed legislation that would require its Justice Department to comb past marijuana convictions, and examine whether they should be expunged or reduced.

DOJ Continues To Sandbag Medical Marijuana Research

The DOJ is doing everything in its power to prevent the study of cannabis' therapeutic effects.

Jeff Sessions’ Anti-Marijuana Stance Could Speed Up Federal Legalization

As crazy as it sounds, Jeff Sessions’ war against marijuana could be what accelerates nationwide legalization, according to cannabis business expert Paul Seaborn.

It Looks Like The DOJ Is Waving The Flag In Kettle...

The DOJ filed a motion o stay or remand appellate proceedings against the remaining members of the Kettle Falls Five.