L.E.A.P. educating the folks in Chicago.
Can’t argue with this… via @StillBlazingTho on Twitter and r/trees
Alcohol prohibition may have been repealed in 1933, but Americans have rarely been more intoxicated with the “noble experiment” than they are today.
John W. Huffman, a professor of organic chemistry from Clemson University, unwittingly gave rise to the synthetic marijuana phenomenon through his research on the interaction between various drugs and the brain. His formulas, published in countless medical journals, became recipes for industrious entrepreneurs looking to make a quick buck off a cheap but dangerous high. […]
Q: You’ve spoken out against the War on Drugs, explaining that it’s essentially a means to lock up poor people, that it actually increases drug use, and that it serves as an excuse to control foreign nations. Would you briefly elaborate on these points? A: Let’s grant that there’s a drug problem, for the sake […]
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We could only smile when we noticed the 420. Image credit: r/trees
A comic drawn by Andy Singer.
In the state of Michigan, if you take a medicine legally prescribed to you by a physician to treat an illness you have been diagnosed with, one particularly cantankerous county judge thinks he has the right to take your child away and throw you in prison. If that is not bad enough, this so-called judge […]