High Driving

by October 11, 2020

This is one of the most inflammatory of the debates surrounding Cannabis: Drive high or not? No one but you can determine whether you are a good enough driver to make that decision.

There are currently no specific guidelines to … read more

Autistic Teen Tricked into Buying Weed for Undercover Cop

by October 10, 2020

In late 2012, a Riverside County, California police officer infiltrated a local high school, befriended a vulnerable, special needs student and then proceeded to send more than 60 text messages begging the student to buy him weed.  The student, who … read more

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Tiny Steps

by August 12, 2020

We have taken some tiny steps in the right direction, when it comes to Marijuana law reform, on a national level.

Today, August 12, 2020, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder announced that he intends to change some of the laws … read more

Why You Should Support Relegalization of Marijuana

by July 18, 2020
  • Indiana spends $150 Million dollars every year locking up pot smokers.[1]
  • Marijuana is not a dangerous substance. Studies by institutions such as the Institute of Medicine[2] and the Rand Corporation[3] have proven that Marijuana doesn’t lead to
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Putting the Genie Back in the Bottle

by July 6, 2020

A federal judge in California has stayed the federal government’s attempts at civil forfeiture proceedings against the world’s biggest medical Marijuana facility, Harborside, in Oakland. In a novel approach, the City of Oakland made its case that the city has … read more

Record Expungement in Indiana

by April 30, 2020

Legislation is a funny thing: It takes a great deal of effort to get a bill through the General Assembly. Every “I” has to be dotted and “T” crossed, and there are usually a lot of “I’s” and “T’s” to … read more