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The federal government has subsidized the criminalization of millions of young people simply for having a small amount of pot.
The grassroots struggle to free the weed has always been about more than just legalizing pot.
The discovery of pot’s astonishing medical potential is the most compelling new reason for legalizing the plant.
Legalization in the Evergreen State has led to parallel marijuana industries. Is there room for both?
The editors of the nation’s most popular pot magazine on its four decades-long fight to end cannabis prohibition.
A former cop, a former prisoner, the daughter of a marijuana caregiver who died in custody and others speak out against the war on cannabis.
Yesterday, the city took their fight to keep the controversial policy to a federal appeals court—and civil rights advocates pushed back.
Let’s put an end to the “war on drugs” that has ruined so many lives.
Paul Butler used to send people to prison for drugs. Now he supports letting guilty drug offenders go.
Emily Brady’s Humboldt explains why the legalization of pot could cause the biggest economic bust in California’s history.