|Graphic: Clint JCL|
Self-proclaimed “marijuana minister” Steven Swallick of Brevard County, Fla., was sentenced today to two years in prison.
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|Federal government pot farm at the University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS. Under Washington state’s proposed legalization bill, pot would be grown by state-licensed farmers and sold only through state liquor stores.|
Washington state pot advocates who thought they had to choose between a marijuana decrim bill ($100 fine for under 40 grams) and the status quo (including a mandatory night in jail for possessing any amount) just got another choice. A state lawmaker introduced a bill Monday to legalize marijuana in the state.
|Spend those government checks wisely.|
A jailed marijuana grower in the United Kingdom was given a government “crisis” loan after his release from jail — which he then used to set up another pot farm.
|Graphic: Jim Wheeler|
|Safe access to marijuana remains a distant dream to many patients — even in states which have legalized medical use|
One by one, the lights are winking out. In city after city, town after town, in states where medical marijuana is now legal, patients who had dared hope they would at last have safe access to the medicine recommended by their doctors are having those hopes dashed.
|“Don’t worry about the piss test, man. I have a Plan…”|
Someone, possibly a doper with a guilty conscience, broke into public health offices in Logan, Utah, and absconded with 17 urine samples.
|America has a Marijuana Majority, according to a new poll.|
More than half of adults in the United States are ready to legalize marijuana, according to a poll by Angus Reid Public Opinion. According to the new poll, 53 per cent of respondents support legalization, while 43 per cent are opposed.
Support for legalization is highest among Democrats at 61 percent. Independents favor legalizing pot with 55 percent, but only 43 percent of Republicans want to legalize.
Less than 10 per cent of respondents support the legalization of other drugs, such as ecstasy, cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine.
|Photo: Gerald Nino|
|U.S. Customs and Border Protection unmanned drone: Big Brother is watching you.|
The U.S. Homeland Security Department is expanding its use of unmanned drone aircraft, widely used in Iraq, Afghanistan, and other war zones, beyond the Mexican and Canadian borders to the Caribbean and possibly elsewhere.
|Photo: Zack Clark|
|Honduran police face a tough fight with drug traffickers, despite plenty of Yankee dollars.|
The top anti-drug cop in Honduras was killed by unidentified gunmen on Tuesday, a national police spokesman told CNN, Mariano Castillo reports.
DEA Recruits Lil Wayne To Use Up All Drugs In Mexico
Finally — a strategy from the Drug Enforcement Agency that might actually work!
|Nevadans, do you want legal marijuana? Sign the initiative, then get out and vote in 2012|
Nevadans, after turning down similar initiatives in 2002 and 2006, may get to vote again on legalizing marijuana in 2012.