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Teen Marijuana Use Down Since CO Legalization?

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In a non-intuitive twist, it seems that pot legalization in marijuana has not contributed to a sharp increase in teen marijuana use. In fact, legalization might be contribuing to a drop in teen use: Since the passage of HB10-1284, Colorado’s

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Obama Asks Congress to Allow Pot in DC

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Obama loves states’ rights. Except for when he doesn’t. But when it comes to pot, Obama wants Congress to remove a rider overturning the effective legalization of pot in DC. Press secretary Josh Earnest said that the president generally backed

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Congressional Waiver the Wrong Idea for Legalized Pot

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Many marijuana activists are looking to Congress to extend waivers to states that have legalized pot. The idea is that states can only be protected from the DEA if Congress passes a law giving states immunity from federal drug laws:

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Cops Steal Man’s Property, Freeze Bank Accounts, But No Criminal Charges Filed

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Cops steal from man rather than try to arrest him. A Michigan man came home one September day to find police surrounding his property. They had a warrant to search his place. They took a power generator and some very

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Canada’s New Prescription for Heroin Addicts? Heroin.

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Leave it to Canada to figure out the obvious: the reason why heroin addicts are experiencing withdrawals is because they don’t have heroin. Duh. And Canada has found a solution for these heroin withdrawals. It’s called heroin: Doctors in Canada

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US Government Actually Helped Fund Opium Farmers in Afghanistan

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Not only have we been losing the war on drugs for decades, now we find out that our own government has been helping to fund our losing effort in Afghanistan! Afghani opium growth is at an all-time high, even as

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Most in Delaware Support Push to Legalize Marijuana

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The shift to support marijuana legalization has slowed across the country since Colorado legalized the drug at the beginning of 2014. That doesn’t mean marijuana supporters have simply moved to Colorado and stopped agitating for legalization. A recent poll in

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Central American Extortion to Stop Illegal Immigration

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Should the U.S. pay Central American extortion to get those countries to stop the flood of immigrants? According to Google, extortion is “the practice of obtaining something, especially money, through force or threats.” Thanks to Breitbart Texas, and the work

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Another Innocent American Dies in No-Knock Police Raid

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A 59-year-old Georgia man is the latest victim of a no-knock police raid. The police had gotten a warrant to search the house of David and Teresa Hooks for meth. But guess who gave the police this information? A meth

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New Study Challenges Claims that Marijuana is Harmless

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A new 20-year study challenges the recent oft-cited claims that marijuana is a harmless, non-toxic drug. Led by Professor Wayne Hall, a drug advisor to the World Health Organization, the study concludes that many of the claims made by marijuana

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Police Helicopter and SWAT Team Called to Man’s House Over Okra Plants

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A Cartersville, Georgia man named Dwayne Perry woke up early one morning to the sound of a low-flying helicopter hovering over his property, and then, within minutes of his awakening, a fully armed and armored SWAT team showed up to

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Uh-Oh, SpaghettiOs: Woman Jailed for Possession of Spoon

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I’m not even joking about the woman jailed and the reason for it. The spoon in question actually had old, dried SpaghettiOs on it. I know, gross. But hardly illegal. Ashley Gabrielle Huff, a 23-year-old from Commerce, Georgia, was in

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