Opinion

Nick Novello Dallas Police Department

After demonstrating some inconsistencies between the official statistics about 911 response times put out by the Dallas Police Department, and actual experience on live video, Nick Novello’s retirement has been delayed because he is now under investigation. A pastor and activist speaking the hard truths, Novello is not afraid to

Dallas Police Officer and 35 Year Law Enforcement Veteran Nick Novello

As a society, we generally don’t care to hear the truth from police officers on a range of issues, and it’s to our own detriment.

Marsha Rosenbaum, PhD and director of The Lindesmith Center-West, a drug policy institute in San Francisco.

Almost 19 years ago, Marsha Rosenbaum was asked by the San Francisco Chronicle to write a letter to her son, Johnny, about drugs.

SB 269, which greatly expands the Texas medical marijuana program passed during the 2015 legislative session, still has some shortcomings. Three points with this bill which must be addressed include home grow, the process for deciding which medical conditions qualify a patient, and the department which would oversee the medical

Washington state has had medical marijuana for nearly two decades, but by and large it was not very noticeable. Now cannabis is legal and very much out in the open.

When you think of the word community, what does it mean to you? Do images of folks helping folks during a time of crisis or disaster come to mind? What about a big picnic where everyone contributes something to the meal to share with others? Or how about a gathering

Being a marijuana activist in Texas is frustrating work.

By: Martin “Marty” K. Jeane PhD, LPC-S, LMFT How do we prevent underage use of cannabis?

It’s not uncommon for someone to eat pot edibles and have a bad trip. The first time I tried them, the experience ended with me believing that I was dying.