A highly anticipated ruling came down from the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) concerning the federal scheduling of marijuana, and the results have disappointed a Texas Senator.
When President Obama nominated Merrick Garland to fill the vacancy on the nation’s highest court, I was excited to see cannabis news outlets gushing over Garland’s position on cannabis law.
Officers and officials from over 14 different federal, state, county, and local departments participated in what the Drug Enforcement Agency has termed a large scale drug bust in both Texas and New Mexico, confiscating a total of 115 pounds of marijuana.
Carl’s Corner has been raided by Hill County sheriff’s deputies and U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agents for a major cannabis growing operation.
The US Supreme Court Monday declined to hear an appeal from medical marijuana advocacy groups who had challenged the DEA’s decision to maintain marijuana’s status as a Schedule I drug under the Controlled Substances Act, the category reserved for the most dangerous substances.
While governments seize larger amounts of drugs, prices are down, purity is up, and supply is ever increasing. The substantial failure of the War of Drugs comes as a surprised only to those who haven’t been paying attention.
Two men caught attempting to transport 480 pounds of cannabis on a Van Horn school bus out in west Texas have been arrested and indicted by a federal grand jury. 20-year-old George Baird, a graduate of Presidio High School, and 22-year-old Anthony Paredez Juarez were attempting to smuggle duffel bags
By: Stephen Carter An activist group in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area brought to fruition a major conference this past weekend, touching on a topic which is in dire need of discussion in the Lone Star State, cannabis and all of the political, social and economic issues which surround it. More