Lawfare turns laws into weapons. No better example of lawfare exists than the never-ending saga of the South American Drug War. Drug lawfare is waged by the DEA and the U.S. Congress to protect oil, gas, mineral, and timber extraction industries from irate villagers. The villagers are upset because the foreign extraction corporations operating in […]
According to statewide polling data, 62 percent of Texas residents are in favor of legalizing and taxing recreational marijuana.
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Gov. Murphy is calling for civil penalties for offenses involving use and possession of up to one ounce of marijuana by those under 21.
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According to statewide polling data, 90 percent of Kentucky residents support regulating medical marijuana access.
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According to statewide polling data, 61 percent of Virginia adults support “the legalization of marijuana for recreational use by adults.”
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According to statewide polling data, 56 percent of likely voters say that the state should legalize recreational marijuana for those over the age of 21.
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Provisions in the package amend a 1998 federal law that mandated those applying for student aid to disclose if they ever had a drug-related conviction, and barred hundreds of thousands of applicants from receiving funding.
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According to statewide polling data, 72 percent of South Carolinians say they support legalizing the use of medical marijuana.
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Thanks to the tireless activism and support of NORML Supporters like you, the marijuana law reform movement experienced unprecedented successes and major victories in 2020 worth celebrating.
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Via Radley Balko: Mexico Lawmakers Reclaim Sovereignty From DEA
On December 15, Mexico lawmakers passed a law reining in the asymmetrical, imperialist influence of the United States’ Drug Enforcement Administration within the country. Supporters hailed the move as a reclamation of national sovereignty. […]
This limits their activities in the country to information-gathering, eliminates their […]