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The Uruguayan Senate approved the government's marijuana legalization bill on a 16-13 vote Tuesday evening.
[image:1 align:right]King 5 News reported Friday that hundreds of people lit and smoked marijuana at a party under the famed landmark the Seattle Space Needle.
A new Field Poll released Tuesday has 55% support for generic marijuana legalization and 56% support for t
The Drug Policy Alliance has filed a marijuana legalization initiative with the California Secretary of State's office.
A report from Human Rights Watch released this morning demonstrates the corruption o
I posted some photos last month, but here is the video from Phil's award at the International Drug Policy Reform Conference.
[image:1 align:right]Good, and, frankly, somewhat surprising news for Denver tokers.
It looks like the fat lady is about to sing.
The Denver city council is poised to give final approval today to an ordinance that would prevent people from smoking pot on their own property if they are visible to the public.
British publications have gotten their hands on a leaked UN document that reveals fundamental splits among nations as the international organization prepares for the UN General Assembly Special Ses
A bill that would make Uruguay the first country to create a legal marijuana commerce passed the Senate Health Commission Thursday.
The Green Party mayor of Berlin's hip Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg district has won the support of the district council for
The 20th Annual Hemp Industries Association Conference will convene in Washington, DC this Sunday and Monday, Sunday and Monday, November 17-18,
The next video from the International Drug Policy Reform Conference, by our friends from the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union (who were
[image:1 align:right caption:true]Update: We've heard that end of the month is more likely now.
ShowMe-Cannabis logo (show-mecannabis.com) Show-Me Cannabis and Missouri
The Washington state Liquor Control Board announced last week that it was extending the deadline for public comment on proposed changes to the state's existing medical marijuana program until t
Mexico poet and human rights activist Javier Sicilia and the Caravan for Peace (Movement for Peace and Justice with Dignity) will be in the n