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Cytonia Brown, Trafficked Teen, Finally Has Sentence Commuted

Cytonia Brown, Trafficked Teen, Finally Has Sentence Commuted

The popular saying is that justice is blind, but in reality, it seems like Lady Justice often sees color. Individuals with more melanin are much more likely to suffer the maximum penalties for criminal charges. They are also less likely to be given the benefit of the doubt in situations involving self-defense. The ludicrous prosecution […]

Alaska Could Soon Allow On-Site Cannabis Use at Dispensaries

Alaska Could Soon Allow On-Site Cannabis Use at Dispensaries

As individual states have passed legalization measures, citizens and activists, as well as lawmakers, have struggled to adjust those laws to reflect the reality of people’s needs. Even states that have legalized cannabis for adult recreational use, hiccups in the rollout of their laws have caused a broad range of issues. Sometimes, a failure to […]

Immigrant Who Climbed Lady Liberty To Protest ICE Found Guilty

Immigrant Who Climbed Lady Liberty To Protest ICE Found Guilty

Much of the focus of the media and the nation as a whole right now is on immigration. Only a few days ago, our country was rocked with tragic information that a young Guatemalan girl named Jakelin Caal Maquin, only 7 years old, died due to what was likely a preventable illness while in Immigration […]

Domestic Prohibition to Blame for ‘Death Penalty’ Drug Cases

Domestic Prohibition to Blame for ‘Death Penalty’ Drug Cases

People across the western world reacted with shock and horror when they learned that a British citizen faces serious punishment for the possession of cannabis oil in Bali, Indonesia. In fact, early articles reporting the issue screamed that he could face the death penalty for his relatively minor charges. Many people were quick to point […]

Support the Annual Parents 4 Pot Holiday Drive for POWs and Refugee Families

Support the Annual Parents 4 Pot Holiday Drive for POWs and Refugee Families

The holidays are almost here. In between planning for get-togethers and shopping for presents, most people try to squeeze in a little bit of charity and goodwill toward others. After all, giving is the true spirit of the season. A gift has so much more value when the recipient is truly grateful for it. That […]

New Jersey Lawmakers Finally Inching Toward Cannabis Reform

New Jersey Lawmakers Finally Inching Toward Cannabis Reform

After years of frustrating delays due in no small part to intensely corrupt politicians, the Garden State is finally making progress on cannabis legalization. On Monday, November 26th, 2018, committees in both the Senate and the State Assembly in New Jersey voted to release an adult legalization measure to the floor for a general vote. […]

Corrupt Michigan Lawmakers Move to Ban Home Grows

Corrupt Michigan Lawmakers Move to Ban Home Grows

For the second time in a decade, Michigan voters made it clear on Election Day that they support comprehensive reform of cannabis laws across the state. 2008 saw a nearly two-thirds majority of Michigan voters supporting the state’s medical cannabis act. There was also a strong margin for the passage of the new recreational legalization […]

Ridiculous IRS Policies Punish Cannabis Businesses

Ridiculous IRS Policies Punish Cannabis Businesses

With legalization slowly spreading across the country, many major news outlets have started paying attention to what many have called the Green Rush. The Green Rush is a cannabis-related reference to the previous gold rushes and silver rushes that saw thousands of people transplant themselves and even their families in the hope of getting rich […]

National Expungement Week Results in Call For Major Legal Reform

National Expungement Week Results in Call For Major Legal Reform

Anyone even remotely familiar with the criminal justice system in the United States likely understands the need for extreme and drastic reforms. The current system assigns increasing penalties even for non-violent offenses. Those accused of drug crimes will likely face issues with civil asset forfeiture, along with criminal charges as the result of the failed […]