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Have a Question About U.S. Marijuana Laws?

Supported byReader CenterHave a Question About U.S. Marijuana Laws?PhotoCannabis products at the Harborside Health Center, a dispensary in Oakland, Calif.Credit Jim Wilson/The New York TimesDays after the first retail cannabis shops opened in California, the sixth state to legalize recreational use, President Trump’s administration moved to free federal prosecutors to more aggressively enforce federal marijuana laws.The Justice Department on Thursday rescinded an Obama-era policy of discouraging federal prosecutors from bringing charges of marijuana-related crimes in states that had legalized sales of the drug.The move is likely to increase the confusion surrounding whether it is legal to sell, buy or possess marijuana in the United States.Ask a Question Marijuana policy in the United States can be confusing. Our reporters are available to answer some of your questions.What questions do you have about marijuana policy and the legalization movement in the U.S.? *You have 250 words left.What is your name? *First and last preferred.What is your email? *We will not publish your email address […]

Beneath the Secrets – Lisa Renee Jones

Beneath the SecretsTall, Dark and Deadly Book 3Lisa Renee Jones Genre: Suspense Publish Date: December 5, 2013 Publisher: EverAfter Romance Seller: Diversion Romance LLC Blake Walker left behind the ATF when the drug cartel he was hunting cost him the life of his fellow agent, and fiancee. Now, two years later, he’s working with his brothers at Walker Security, but he’s living fast, hard, and wild, until he reaches the ultimate high…revenge. He’s one meeting, one woman, away from being inside one of the money laundering shells the cartel operates. Their two will paths collide. Two people who will do anything, including sleeping with the enemy, to avenge or save someone they love. But what if everything isn’t as it seems and the enemy isn’t the enemy at all? Can these two broken people drawn together by their sizzling hot attraction see beyond their pain and their need for vengeance Undoubtedly, they will face the ghosts of their pasts, but will those ghost destroy them or forever bind them? […]

Priority pathogens list published by WHO

“If we leave it to market forces alone, the new antibiotics we most urgently need are not going to be developed in time” […]

China’s Ban On The Ivory Trade Is Simply Not Enough

Source: Flickr On December 30, Beijing announced that it would ban all domestic ivory trading and processing by the end of 2017, in a move hailed by conservationists as a “game-changer.” On the face of it, the development seems unequivocally positive. Banning all domestic trade would considerably streamline enforcement operations since without a legal market, any processing or sale of ivory would become automatically illegal. However, the ban is only one part of the puzzle. And as with other complex, transnational problems, ranging from the drug trade to illegal fishing, every piece will have to fall into place before the world stops losing one elephant every 15 minutes to poachers […]

Is Cannabis Harm Reduction?

We know that cannabis is a less harmful substance than those in favor of the Drug War would have you believe. Even in recreational use, cannabis does substantially less damage than alcohol. Even in states with recreational marijuana laws, cannabis is still handled differently than alcohol. When it comes to medical cannabis, not only is it less harmful The post Is Cannabis Harm Reduction? appeared first on The Weed Blog. […]

DEA Will Not Reschedule Marijuana: Set To Remain A Schedule One Drug

According to the NY Times, which cited three anonymous government officials. the DEA ;has decided that they will not be rescheduling cannabis. This is very disappointing not only to the marijuana law reform movement, but the broader drug law reform movement as a whole. ; ;The DEA contends that ;it will publish new rules in the Federal Register […]

Boston Mayor And City Council President At Odds On Legalization Measure

Boston City Council President Michelle Wu and Councilor Tito Jackson are set to formally endorse the state initiative to legalize marijuana for recreational use. The move, which is set to be made official Wednesday morning, pits the duo against Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, who is helping to lead the charge against the referendum. A […]