Marijuana Is Literally The Least Of The Nation’s Drug Worries, The Police Have Announced

"2015 National Drug Threat Assessment Summary."

America’s cops overwhelmingly do not see marijuana as a major threat to their communities, according to results of a survey released this week as part of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s “2015 National Drug Threat Assessment Summary.” The DEA asked a nationally representative sample of over 1,000 law enforcement agencies what they saw as their biggest drug Read the full article…

Alaska Officials Hear Law Enforcement View Of Legal Marijuana At Colorado Conference

40 people members of local and state governments attend 'Marijuana Impact on Public Health and Safety in Colorado.'

ALASKA:  More than 500 people from 38 states packed a conference center just outside Denver on Wednesday for a crash course in “lessons learned” when it comes to marijuana legalization. Of the 500, 40 claim Alaska as home. They include members of local governments from Fairbanks and Anchorage as well as members of state government Read the full article…

Former Cop Is 'Linchpin' Of Campaign To Legalize Marijuana

“LEAP is not about free reign of having drugs legalized willy-nilly but about removing the criminal element that controls drugs and bringing it back to regulated reforms that benefit us all.”

MARYLAND:  Not long after Neill Franklin stepped behind a lectern in Annapolis to argue for making marijuana legal, the retired law enforcement officer was fighting tears again. It happens all the time — whenever he pauses to think of the futility of the war on drugs and the lives he says have been wasted. “We’ve been at Read the full article…