POT TV – A Radio-Canada investigation claims connections between organized crime and legal licensed producers of Canadian cannabis.
American soldiers and military contractors in the Latin American country benefited from immunity clauses that gave them a get out of jail free card.
Proposing measures to create a “second chance society,” Governor Malloy this week got more relevant than ever to life as it is actually lived in Connecticut.
Anti-marijuana activists have warned that legalising weed would lead to increased drug addiction, mental problems and crime – but in Colorado, which legalised recreational use of marijuana, the opposite has happened.
The more research is released, the more legalization makes sense.
Opponents of medical marijuana envision all kinds of insidious ways that legalizing the drug might lead to crime.
CANNABIS CULTURE - As the Super Bowl with its glorification of alcohol consumption approaches, NORML reports that men's consumption of alcohol, but not cannabis, is associated with intimate partner violence
I went into criminal justice because I wanted to serve the public. As a corrections official, I thought that by working with inmates I'd be able to help them reintegrate into society, making their lives better and our community safer.
From CTV News: "Crusaders pushing to legalize marijuana got a new ally today. BC's Chief Medical Health Officer and two of his colleagues in other provinces added their voices to a growing list of people calling for marijuana to be decriminalized. In a report, Dr. Perry Kendall says it is time for the Federal Government to start asking questions, such as how we could better restrict access to pot, is there a way of regulating and taxing it so the benefits come back to the Government, and society instead of into the hands of criminals.
Canadians can point to many decisions made by politicians that have used taxpayers’ money with little or no resulting benefit.