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I found this series of articles in a small local publication known as the Ganja Gazette. It is really about the...
New Drug Testing Technology Makes Urine Samples a Thing of the Past Addiction in the News, Addiction Research,...
Will Denver reverse the laws around psilocybin? In February, the Denver Elections Division officially announced that...
photograph: Ahmad Masood/Reuters Laila Haidari is considered a criminal, despite never committing a crime. The...

Editorials

Harm Reduction as Pleasure Activism "In 2004, organizer Adrienne Maree Brown described the links between pleasure...
We live in a medicated era. Recent data indicate that more than half of Americans are currently taking prescription...
A woman in North Carolina apparently could not stand even 2 days in jail without bringing a nice stash of Heroin,...
A couple of senior citizens, 70 and 72 years old respectively, apparently had the party of their life in the...

Health

Justice & Law

  1. Canada's Got Cannabis (Just Not Enough Of It!)

    Just three weeks after the sales of recreational marijuana was authorized, Canada is running low on legal pot. This shortage is sending some frustrated consumers back to the black market. Angry consumers from across the country say they...
  2. 2013 - U.S. border officers told a Mexican to drink liquid meth. Family received $1 million

    Cruz Velazquez Acevedo began convulsing shortly after he drank the liquid methamphetamine he’d brought with him from Tijuana, Mexico. The 16-year-old had just crossed the U.S.-Mexico border to San Diego and was going through the San...
  3. Denver is voting to become the first city to decriminalize hallucinogenic mushrooms

    Decriminalizing "magic mushrooms," which contain the hallucinogenic compound psilocybin, is on the ballot in Denver. (CNN)As criminal penalties for drug use fall across the country, Denver could be setting another first. "Magic...

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Politics

  1. Magic mushroom decriminalization just got 8,000 signatures closer to being on Denver’s ballot

    [URL]https://www.bostonherald.com/2019/01/07/denver-magic-mushrooms-legalization/[/URL] Magic mushroom decriminalization just got 8,000 signatures closer to being on Denver’s ballot Psilocybin initiative would allow possession and use of...
  2. We predicted banning legal highs wouldn’t work – and a new review shows it’s as bad as we feared

    The trade in “legal highs” was banned in 2016 when the UK government introduced the Psychoactive Substances Act. Two years later, the government has published a review of the effects of its legislation. It’s interesting that the...
  3. Featured

    UK calls for extra six weeks of Brexit drug stockpiles

    LONDON (Reuters) - The British government called on Thursday for drugmakers to build an additional six weeks of medicines stockpiles to cope with potential supply disruption in the event of a no-deal Brexit - a target the industry said...

Weird News

When the Food and Drug Administration approved in late 2017 a schizophrenia pill that sends a signal to a patient’s doctor when ingested, it was seen not only as a major step forward for the disease but as a new frontier of Internet-connected...
A wanted UK man has been arrested after attempting to flee Australia on a jet ski while armed with a crossbow. The 57-year-old man, subject to an outstanding warrant for drug-related charges in Western Australia, almost made the 140km journey...
An Australian man has been charged and fined after driving on the wrong side of a Sydney motorway for 13km. His explanation for the incredibly dangerous decision? He wanted to avoid an upcoming tollbooth. Frank Mollica got on the M5 amid heavy...
Charlotte’s Legendary Lobster Pound in Southwest Harbor, Me., wants to sedate lobsters with marijuana to make killing them more humane. Regulators have other ideas. Your death is imminent. It will be painful. Minutes beforehand, your executioner...

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