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Critics say the Drug Enforcement Administration has fueled mass incarceration and is a “100 percent failure” at curbing drug trafficking.
DanceSafe's Kellye Green and the Drug Policy Alliance Stefanie Jones join THUMP to talk harm reduction and drug policing at the club.
It’s the first time the promoter has allowed this kind of service in over a decade.
A local heroin task force suggested that the city try what’s worked in several places outside the US: Spaces for addicts to safely get high without fear of law enforcement.
Photography professor Ophelia Chong knew cannabis users come from all walks of life. But when she searched for photos to represent that diversity, she could only find images of sexy teens.
Dede Goldsmith is on a crusade to amend the Rave Act, a federal law that she believes puts lives in danger.
In a shift that reverses years of either opposing or ignoring attempts at reform, pot farmers in Northern California have started mobilizing to make their crop legal in 2016.
On average, 22 veterans commit suicide each day. One psychologist aims to change that with her research on pot's effects on trauma.
After decades spent operating in the shadows, the ever-growing legal marijuana industry has begun supporting federal campaigns and lobbying efforts in Washington DC.
California's "Fair Sentencing Act" undoes one of its most racist drug laws — but reform advocates say it's only the first of many steps to reduce its massive prison overcrowding problem.