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When San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon announced in February 2019 that more than 9,000 marijuana-related convictions would be cleared, the city became the first in the United States to…
“As a kid getting in trouble for weed and now being able to walk around with weed in your pocket is more than I can fathom sometimes,” said Malcolm Turner,…
Experts call solitary confinement a form of torture, but according to some who have experienced it, prisons use the punishment frequently, even for minor issues such as marijuana use. The…
San Francisco has been hosting cannabis-fueled festivals in spite of tight prohibitions since the Summer of Love rocked Golden Gate Park and the Haight-Ashbury district back in 1967, but a…
Patrick Fox, a 69-year-old Vietnam War veteran from Eureka, California, tried prescription medication to treat his pain and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). He found that cannabis, in the form of…
A new emergency bill introduced in the California Senate intends to rectify a provision in the state's legal cannabis landscape that has cut off access for many low-income, terminally ill,…
PTSD is a health epidemic that affects an estimated 8 percent of the United States population, according to PTSD United, a non-profit educational organization. That translates to 24 million people…