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Rep. Thomas Massie: Congress Would End Marijuana Prohibition Today if Leadership Would Allow Vote

No matter the current resistance by leadership, Massie predicts “the federal prohibition on the marijuana plant will be gone within a decade,” due to states taking the lead against prohibition rather than because of the bravery of legislators in Washington, DC.

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Jury Nullifies Georgia Weed Law, Finds Man Not Guilty Despite Admittedly Growing Marijuana

This is just the most recent case of a jury nullification victory for cannabis users, but this strategy is becoming increasingly popular.

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Our Institutions Are Failing

Incompetence has been institutionalized, and is now the accepted norm. Schools fail, municipal agencies fail, oversight agencies fail, state agencies fail, and the public feels powerless to effect any systemic change.

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US Officers Kill Man With Bulldozer in Botched Marijuana Bust

A Pennsylvania trooper and a game officer accidentally bulldozed a suspected cannabis grower during a hot pursuit through a field. The USA’s largest marijuana advocacy group has questioned police tactics after the tragic death.

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Mom Horrified After Cops Mistake Her Son’s Autism for Drug Use, Attack and Taser Him

Officers with the Graham police department are currently under investigation by the Texas Rangers after they handcuffed a teen with autism and then tasered him outside of his home. Cops reportedly mistook his autism for drug use.

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Author Claims Jesus Used Cannabis Oil To Perform His Miracles

A controversial author has claimed that Jesus Christ used cannabis oil in order to perform his miracles. David Bienenstock claims cannabis was widely available in the Middle East 2,000 years ago and the people of the time used it to heal the sick, and that included Jesus.

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Seventeen States Are Flat-Out Ignoring Federal Hemp Laws and Markets Are Thriving

Even with the liberalization of the law in 2014, the federal government still prohibits industrial hemp production for commercial purposes. But this hasn’t stopped more than a dozen states from developing commercial hemp markets anyway.

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Oklahoma Votes To Legalize Medical Marijuana

Voters in Oklahoma approved a ballot measure making the state the 30th in the nation to allow broad access to medical marijuana.  The approval in such a deeply entrenched conservative state is a clear indication that the public at large would like to see some major cannabis laws reformed.

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Hardcore China: Court Sentences Two Drug Dealers to Death And Then Promptly Executes Them In Front Of Crowd

It's not uncommon for a Chinese court to give death sentences to criminals in front of a large crowd - sometimes as many as thousands of people.

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The Drug War Is Pushing More Migrants to Our Borders

If we knew what was causing this new phenomenon of the highly risky immigration we might be able to stop it and end all the hysteria. Yet, the media does not appear to be interested in discovering the cause of this effect. Maybe they are not bright enough to recognize that most effects have causes?

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