Also evidenced in Colorado, two recent studies suggest that access to marijuana actually leads to decreased rates of some of the most serious crime.
The US Sentencing Commission has voted to slash prison populations by the thousands annually by decreasing federal drug-related sentences.
According to a survey, about 75 percent of Americans think marijuana legalization is inevitable, whether or not they approve of it.
The New York Times tied dietary supplements to liver damage while ignoring the fact that acetaminophen/Tylenol is the leading cause of acute liver failure.
Jeff Mizanskey from Missouri is spending the rest of his life in prison for marijuana possession, a harsh and unbelievable reality.
Is the Colorado Governor, John W. Hickenlooper, releasing marijuana offenders from state prisons and expunging their records? No, but not a terrible idea.
The FDA recently granted GW Pharmaceuticals orphan drug designation for Epidiolex – a seizure drug containing cannabidiol, a compound in marijuana.
Cases of a strain of gut bacteria resistant to pharmaceuticals has risen from 5 cases to more than 600 -12000 percent increase – in just 7 years.
The Food and Drug Administration is about to launch a review of the way it determines if drugs are ‘safe’ for public consumption, while regulating herbs.