Women Are Leading the Fight Against the War on Drugs
Two of the most prominent groups devoted to reforming America's drug laws are now run by women of color. Here's what they're accomplishing, and how they're doing it.
Why a Mom Is Fighting for Legalization After Her Daughter's Overdose on Molly
Oxford schoolgirl Martha Fernback died of cardiac arrest following an accidental MDMA overdose when she was 15. Her mother, Anne-Marie Cockburn, wants to prevent the same thing happening to others.
How Austerity Could Help the Campaign to Legalize Weed in the UK
As legalization is debated in Westminster today, we spoke to the founder of Transform, a drug policy think tank, about how budget cuts could inspire change far quicker than expected.
Republicans Get Blunt About Marijuana at GOP Debate
With ballot initiatives for marijuana reform proposed in 16 states, the controversial cash crop is set to be one of the hot button topics in next year’s presidential election.
Rand Paul Holds First Ever Marijuana Presidential Fundraiser
Some 40 people involved in the cannabis industry paid to see Paul — a longtime opponent of harsh marijuana laws — speak behind closed doors in Denver, Colorado.