Consumption of cannabis, amphetamines and cocaine is increasing in Switzerland, according to a United Nations study.
TYNEDALE’S cannabis-cooking granny Patricia Tabram is bidding to become an MP.
In the eight years that I have been studying and critiquing the war on marijuana, I’ve occasionally been asked why I spend so much time on an issue many people think is, at best, trivial. I answered by citing the involvement of major organized crime networks, the billions of dollars spent on enforcement, and the criminalization of hundreds of thousands of otherwise lawful citizens for consuming a substance that is, by any fair measure, less dangerous than alcohol or tobacco.
A group of Washington doctors, religious leaders and lawyers offered an “exit strategy” for the war on drugs Thursday, a proposal that would aim to dry up the black market for heroin, marijuana and other substances by having the state regulate their distribution.
A Dorset aristocrat fighting deportation to America for allegedly smuggling cannabis two decades ago said today that fresh evidence could lead to the charges being dropped.