Oklahoma is in the race to be the 3rd state to legalize (and tax) marijuana. For some reason, the debate always comes back to “it’s not as bad as alcohol”.
41 year old Pastor, used car salesman, and SC State Senator Ted Vicks has an alcohol problem. He’s enjoyed a bang up year that included two DUIs, a weapons charge, speeding charges, and cops finding a 21 year old drunk coed in the car with him. Geesh.
Last Update: September 26th, 2012 at 8:15 pm
Portland City Council Commissioner Nick Fish is medicating the drinking water to save on healthcare costs. He’s starting with Fluoride. What’s next for the city known for high rates of clinical depression? Prozac? Valium? Xannies?
If you smoked weed as a kid and consider yourself smart, new research out of Duke University suggests you might have been even smarter had you not smoked so much weed.
Last Update: May 7th, 2012 at 5:36 pm
Are police in Minneapolis giving free drugs to Occupy protesters and getting them drug and high as a form of field training? That’s the claim, and it’s pretty damning.
A prosecutor familiar with pain killer abuse and “doctor shopping” has been charged with doctor shopping himself, in a prescription pain killer investigation in Michigan. He claims he’s innocent, and needs the meds.
Ron Paul thinks “the War on Drugs is a total failure”, that “the drug war is out of control” and that “it should be canceled”.
Last Update: November 21st, 2011 at 2:53 am
He had liver cancer. He needed a liver, but had to wait. He was approved for medical marijuana. He used it. Now, they’ve denied his eligibility for a liver because he tested positive for… marijuana. It’s not a mistake, either.
Last Update: November 19th, 2011 at 5:00 pm
A mere 54 individuals were responsible for 2,700 low-level criminal arrests in the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle. Now beat cops can choose to send some perps directly to treatment instead of the jail.
Last Update: November 13th, 2011 at 9:50 pm
That’s what they’re calling it… “Rick Perry Drunk” and if not that, then “Rick Perry Not on Pain Killers” or “not drunk” or any of many other excuses.
Last Update: February 6th, 2012 at 2:56 am
Supervised injection site in Vancouver British Columbia gets support from Canadian Supreme Court.