Uruguay marijuana legalisation update.
Archive for the ‘Drug Policy’ Category
Q&A about cannabis legalization today with Patt Morrison of the LA Times. And with Meghna Chakrabarti on WBUR.
I have written before about new cold medications that are claimed by their manufacturers to be resistant to the extraction of pseudoephedrine (PSE), a key ingredient of domestic methamphetamine production. These medications hold out the tantalizing possibility of a “have your cake and eat it too” public policy in which PSE-containing cold medication is widely […]
No, there’s no real proof that moderate alcohol use is good for health. Maybe moderation is good for health.
There’s a federal/state/local enforcement unit called the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area.
Let’s just check the scoreboard here: Cal football and men’s basketball have the lowest graduation rates of any FBS school. Not PAC12, FBS: that’s national, baby! The football team is 1-10 and a 31-1/2 pt underdog for Saturday’s Big Game; MBB is not ranked in either poll for this year. The campus is on the […]
A new paper shows how drug use prevalence statistics can skew perceptions of drug policy
If the Supremes strike down using the Treaty Power to extend the reach of federal criminal jurisdiction in the case of the woman who tried to poison a romantic rival and was convicted of waging chemical warfare, where does that leave the Controlled Substances Act?