Mayor Don Yarber said Monday the city’s Board of Aldermen unanimously approved a resolution last week urging state legislators to legalize medical marijuana for Missourians who have a doctor’s approval. “I’m only proposing this for medical use,” Yarber said. “I’m not part of a movement or anything else to get…

Read More

SAN JOSE, Calif. – — David Goldman has a chronic headache, but help is on the way. A driver arrives at his apartment, checks Goldman’s ID card, then hands over a small bag of marijuana. “It’s really nice to have the convenience of delivery,” said Goldman, a retired teacher who…

Read More

In the early morning hours of Jan. 23, a Scott County Sheriff’s Department deputy stopped a car after he noticed it didn’t have a license plate in the front and that the license plate in the back had a dark plastic cover over it. The driver acted nervous – a…

Read More

Dear honorable representatives of the American people: The so-called “drug war” is a blatantly dishonest, extremely expensive, highly destructive, grossly unjust, abject failure of our government. Despite thirty years and more than a trillion (a million times a million!!!) dollars of taxpayer money spent trying to stop-not robbery, not rape,…

Read More

In Oakland, Calif., Richard Lee runs a string of businesses, from coffee shops to glass blowing that are helping revitalize the once-decaying downtown. But Lee’s business empire is built on an unusual foundation: Selling marijuana In the back of his Blue Sky Coffee Shop there’s a steady stream of cash…

Read More

The stoner community is clamoring to say it: “Yes we cannabis!” Turns out, with several drug-war veterans close to the president-elect’s ear, insiders think reform could come in Obama’s second term — or sooner. Famously,Franklin Delano Roosevelt saved the United States banking system during the first seven days of his…

Read More