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Trump Administration Ends Crackdown on Legal Marijuana

In conversation with Trump this week, Gardner said he was assured that the federal government would not interfere with Colorado's marijuana industry and that Trump would champion a new law that gives states the authority to set their own pot policies.

April 13, 2018

San Francisco to Wipe Out Thousands of Marijuana Convictions

San Francisco will retroactively apply California's new marijuana legalization laws to prior convictions, expunging or reducing misdemeanor and felony convictions dating back to 1975, the district attorney's office announced Wednesday.

January 31, 2018

Stiff Drug Offense Sentences Save Lives

Stiff Drug Offense Sentences Save Lives

Thanks to new Attorney General Jeff Sessions and a recent FBI report, former President Obama's mythology regarding alleged "non-violent" drug dealers has been debunked.

June 16, 2017

Colorado to Use Pot Tax Revenues to Fund Pot Busts

The first recreational pot market in the U.S. notched another marijuana first Thursday when Colorado started using marijuana taxes to fund police efforts to crack down on illegal growing operations.

June 9, 2017

New Mexico to Require All Officers to Carry Naloxone

New Mexico to Require All Officers to Carry Naloxone

New Mexico on Thursday became the first U.S. state to require all local and state law enforcement agencies to provide officers with antidote kits as the state works to curb deaths from opioid and heroin overdoses.

April 7, 2017

Busting the Pot Fairy Tale

Busting the Pot Fairy Tale

Once upon a time, the states of Colorado and Washington legalized marijuana. Then they made billions of tax dollars and we all munched on chips and lived happily ever after. Yeah, right.

November 7, 2016

Video: N.M. Man Sues Officers, Agencies, Hospital Over Anal Probes

AG Holder Changes Drug-Sentencing Rules

Federal prosecutors will no longer seek mandatory minimum sentences for nonviolent drug offenders, part of a broad new effort to focus on violent crimes and national security while reducing the nation's gigantic prison population, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said Monday.

August 12, 2013

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