9459 Tags

drug policy marijuana

2 Articles

View all...

Smoke Canada Everyday: Five of the most dubious entries from the DEA's guide to marijuana slang

Smoke Canada Everyday: Five of the most dubious entries from the DEA’s guide to marijuana slang

A DEA Intelligence Report on “Drug Slang Code Words” obtained by Public Intelligence offers law enforcement a list of “street names” for various illicit substances. Marijuana, unsurprisingly, has the largest number of entries, although, upon closer inspection, you have to wonder what the agents who compiled the list were smoking.

Read More

Government-owned cannabinoid patent not enough to convince DEA of marijuana's medical use

Government-owned cannabinoid patent not enough to convince DEA of marijuana’s medical use

Is taking out a patent on the medical uses of marijuana’s primary drug component an acknowledgement that, yes, marijuana has some health-beneficial effects? Not according to the DEA.

Read More

13 Requests

View all...