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Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Initiative Approved to Go Before Voters in November

Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Initiative Approved to Go Before Voters in November

A representative from the Secretary of State’s Office in Massachusetts has confirmed that an initiative seeking to allow for medicinal cannabis use by qualified patients has been approved for November’s ballot in the Bay State. The ballot language reads: “A yes vote would enact the proposed law eliminating state criminal and civil penalties related...

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Debate Club

July 9, 2012
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Debate Club

At U.S. News and World Report, there’s a Debate Club segment on Is it Time to Scale Back the War on Drugs? – featuring Aaron Houston (Yes), Neill Franklin (Yes), Paul Armentano (Yes), Kevin Sabet (No), and David G. Evans (No).

So far, in the debate club voting, the “Yes” arguments are clearly winning...

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Man Proposes Radical Theory for Face-eating Incident

July 8, 2012
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Man Proposes Radical Theory for Face-eating Incident

The Internet was abuzz today with talk about a radical notion put forward by machinist George Taylor about the man who ate a face.

“Maybe he was, well, insane,” offered Mr. Taylor, who works for a living making things and doesn’t even have a blog.

“That’s just crazy talk,” said Noura Ibrahim, science blogger...

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Was Noura Ibrahim’s brain damaged by exposure to cadavers?

July 7, 2012
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Was Noura Ibrahim’s brain damaged by exposure to cadavers?

“Science” blogger Noura Ibrahim (who is participating in cadaver dissection at Victor Valley College) brings us some first-class stupidity with Was Miami Face-Chewing Attack Caused by Cannabis-Induced Psychosis? at Huffington Post.

Of course, the question in the title of her piece is a likely giveaway that it’s completely unsupported sensationalism aimed at getting attention...

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Lessons in policing

July 6, 2012
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Lessons in policing

With the passing of Andy Griffith this week, we were reminded of this amazing clip of Sheriff Andy teaching about the 4th Amendment. Also check out these two police department recruitment videos (at Radley Balko’s The Agitator) In which town wou...

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Study: Cannabis May Mitigate Traumatic Memories In Patients With PTSD

Study: Cannabis May Mitigate Traumatic Memories In Patients With PTSD

The use of cannabis and cannabinoids appears to mitigate symptoms associated with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to a new review of clinical and...

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The numbers

July 5, 2012
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The numbers

Numbers tell of failure in the drug war — in the New York Times.

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Open to the discussion

July 3, 2012
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Open to the discussion

Mexico’s President-Elect: Legalization Should Be Part of Drug Strategy Debate

MEXICO CITY | The president-elect of Mexico, Enrique Pena Nieto, said Tuesday Mexico should have a debate about legalizing and regulating the sale of drugs here, an approach advocated by some other Latin American leaders to take marijuana sale profits out of the hands...

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Leave those kids alone

July 3, 2012
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Leave those kids alone

Regardless of what you think of this study about spanking leading to drug abuse later in life, if you’re writing for the Drug Free America Foundation (DFAF), you probably shouldn’t be going on record as being in favor of hitting children.

Too many people still remember Straight, Inc., and the horrific systematic abuses of...

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Putting infographic lipstick on a pig

July 3, 2012
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Putting infographic lipstick on a pig

I received this wonderfully cheery email today from Alicia Sherman:

Hello!

Hope you are have a wonderful start to your summer! I wanted to show off an Infographic my agency just rolled out about Drugs in the Work Place. I was taking a look at your site and I think you might be interested...

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Scientific Journal: Cannabis’ “Schedule I Classification Is Not Tenable”

Scientific Journal: Cannabis’ “Schedule I Classification Is Not Tenable”

The present classification of cannabis and its organic compounds as schedule I prohibited substances under federal law is scientifically indefensible, according to a just published review in The Open Neurology Journal. Investigators with the University of California at San Diego and the University of California, Davis reviewed the results of several recent clinical trials...

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Open Thread

July 1, 2012
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Open Thread

Presidential election today in Mexico.

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