Trump argued that marijuana legalization should be decided on a state-by-state basis, without being more specific.

  By Jonathan Berr MoneyWatch November 11, 2016, 5:30 AM Will Team Trump bust the marijuana business? Supporters of the marijuana industry should be celebrating this week’s passage of eight state ballot measures to permit its use by adults. That promises to triple the industry’s size in coming years.  But harshing their buzz are several …

Laches? WARNING: Don’t Forfeit Your Rights!

LACHES - http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/laches This word, derived from the French lecher, is nearly synonymous with negligence.      2. In general, when a party has been guilty of laches in enforcing his right by great delay and lapse of time, this circumstance will at common law prejudice, and sometimes operate in bar of a remedy which it …

Pennsylvania Lawmakers Hear Testimony on the Torture of Solitary Confinement

September 22, 2012 By Hannah Taleb Well over one hundred people filled a conference suite at Temple University in Philadelphia on Tuesday, September 18, to hear testimony on the effects of solitary confinement. They included survivors of solitary, family members, community members, advocates, and lawmakers. The hearing was held by the Democratic Policy Committee of Pennsylvania at the …

Phototron Announces Personal Indoor Marijuana Growing for Medical Use Not the Target of Feds

US Attorney for the Eastern District of California Benjamin Wagner Speaks in Sacramento and Says He's Not Going after Medical Marijuana Patients and Caregivers GARDENA, Calif., Mar 16, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Phototron Holdings, Inc. PHOT -16.67% (otcqb:PHOT), the hydroponic growing systems company behind the "grow your own" revolution, believes the continued crackdown, resulting in …

Congress Approved H.R. 347 Could Make Most Forms of Protest Illegal

    Congress Approved H.R. 347 Could Make Most Forms of Protest Illegal by talkingmonkeynews “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.” —President John F. Kennedy Tim McCown reports on the Examiner: On Ron Paul’s website it was duly noted that H.R. 347 could make the First Amendment illegal. No one …