Tag Archives: 'Cannabis'
by Ezekiel Edwards & Rebecca McCray Over 300 economists, including three Nobel Laureates, recently signed a petition that encourages the president, Congress, governors and state legislatures to carefully consider marijuana legalization in America. The petition draws attention [...]
by Patrick Gallagher Cannabis has been known throughout history to be relatively harmless in comparison to other more heavily abused and dangerous drugs. It is so harmless, in fact, that it would most likely come [...]
by Eric Blair The drug war has long been defended as a moral battle to keep people from harming themselves and society. However, since the evidence has become undeniable that the war on marijuana has [...]
by Erik Altieri NORML 2012 has only just begun and it is already shaping up to be one of the most exciting and active years for marijuana law reform in some time. More than [...]
Countless studies have highlighted the industrial and medicinal uses of marijuana (cannabis), yet the federal government claims that it has ‘no accepted medical use’ and continues to classify it in the same category as heroin, MDMA, and [...]
By Mike Barrett The federal government claims that marijuana has ‘no accepted medical use’ and continues to classify it in the same category as heroin, MDMA, and PCP. This claim is made by the government despite [...]