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Month: June 2017

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The Stupidest DEA Slang Terms for Marijuana No, police shouldn’t buy spy equipment in secret EFF sues DOJ over national security letter disclosure rules Saudi blockade of Yemen induces cholera epidemic that claims one life each hour Taxes and red tape mean that California’s marijuana smokers may opt for black market pot when legalization kicks […]

Cops don’t care whether drugs are on the streets

By: | Post date: June 14, 2017 | Comments: No Comments

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They only want in on the resulting profits.

Don’t license marijuana

By: | Post date: June 14, 2017 | Comments: No Comments

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Legalize it, says Jeffrey Miron.

Drone State

By: | Post date: June 13, 2017 | Comments: No Comments

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US has acknowledged only a fifth of deadly drone strikes, new study finds

Thieves writ large

By: | Post date: June 13, 2017 | Comments: No Comments

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State not justified in seizing grandmother’s house after her son sold $140 worth of marijuana, says court.

Journalism in the age of the Surveillance State

By: | Post date: June 13, 2017 | Comments: No Comments

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A new collection of essays on a free press in the age of total surveillance.

More fallout from policy-induced opioid epidemic

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Problem is so bad in Ohio that a church is handing out kits of overdose antidote Narcan

Jeff Sessions targets medical marijuana

By: | Post date: June 13, 2017 | Comments: No Comments

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As part of his obsession with escalating the Drug War. Daily Kos

The Great Vaccine Debate

By: | Post date: June 13, 2017 | Comments: No Comments

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Why the Kennedy-De Niro Vaccine Challenge Matters “…The more salient question is whether vaccines are contributing to the wave of autism diagnoses since the 1980s, when major policy changes related to immunization were enacted. By 1981, under the Childhood Immunization Initiative, all 50 states instituted laws linking school eligibility to immunization—an effective mandate far more […]

Behind Ohio pharmaceutical lawsuit

By: | Post date: June 11, 2017 | Comments: No Comments

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793 million opioid doses prescribed to Ohio patients in just one year.  That’s 68 pills for each person living in Ohio.