POT TV – Today on The 420 Lifestyle Show: Carly Marley discusses marijuana prohibition’s racist history and the unfortunate stigmatizations perpetuated by unjust laws.
Drug use doesn't discriminate, but the war on drug users does.
The scent of criminal justice reform is in the air on Capitol Hill this year. Now, a broad coalition is calling for reforms to be deep and serious.
Adults in Illinois would be able to use small amounts recreational marijuana without fear of jail time under two bills introduced by the General Assembly.
If there's anything you need to know about the impact the war on drugs has on minority communities, it's this chart:
The drug war is a "miserable" failure and the federal government needs to take the lead on reforming marijuana policy, Houston Police Chief Charles McLelland said Friday in a radio interview.
POT TV - Cannabis commentator 'Radical' Russ Belville is on the air – and now on Pot TV – with The Russ Belville Show. In this episode: Former Maryland State Police Captain Leigh Maddox discusses systemic racism in policing.
The Post's Sari Horwitz reports that Obama intends to nominate Vanita Gupta, currently director of the ACLU's Center for Justice, to lead the civil rights division of the Justice Department
CANNABIS CULTURE - California Gov. Jerry Brown Sunday signed into law the Fair Sentencing Act, which will undo racial disparities in the sentencing of cocaine offenders under laws passed during the crack cocaine hysteria of the 1980s.
It is legal to smoke marijuana in Seattle, but not to use it or display it in public.