Jessie Bullock
Jessie Bullock
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Why Legal Weed in Colorado Could Be a Disaster

If legal CO weed ever crosses state lines...

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America's War on Drugs is Wrecking the Justice System in Places Like Bolivia

When rapists and murderers get lighter sentences than drug traffickers, something is seriously wrong.
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Marijuana Legalization: The Potrepreneurs are Coming

Is Big Marijuana the next Big Tobacco?

Legal Marijuana: How It Could Change Chicago's Rap Scene Forever

Is it still badass to rap about something that's not a crime?
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Today's Most Promising Remedy for the Drug War

Academics and activists agree that this strategy could be an essential piece to fight the war on drugs. But will the federal government let them?
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Medical Marijuana States Face an Eager DEA That's Manipulating Its Numbers to Look Good

The DEA seized a decade-low amount of marijuana plants last year. So why are they still calling it a success?

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To Make Marijuana Legalization a Reality, This Should Be Obama's Next Step

Now that Obama's Department of Justice announced that they won't target states where marijuana is legal, it's time for their next move. This time? On an international scale.
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Medical Weed Is Just the First Step, Are You Ready For THC Patches?

You won't believe the latest technologies in the medical marijuana industry.
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3 Ways Drug Cartels Launder Their Money, Right In Front Of You

Drug cartels launder millions of dollars a year through legal institutions. Here's why they're always one step ahead of the law.
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Medical Marijuana's Worst Side Effect? Government Hypocrisy

Medical marijuana legalization may not be the stepping stone to decriminalization and full legalization that some hoped for.

Breaking Bad Conveys the Reality of the Drug Trade Better Than U.S. Drug Policy

The Breaking Bad Effect: three simple words that show why law enforcement is losing the war on drugs.

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Welcome to San Pedro Sula, the Murder Capital Of the World

The world's most dangerous criminal gangs found a home in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. They don't plan on leaving any time soon.
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New Immigration Law: How it Could Impact the Midterm Elections

Passing the immigration bill might end the GOP as we know it. But it could give rise to a new GOP — one that's more tolerant and pluralistic than the old one.
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Marijuana Legalization: 11 States On the Cusp Of Going Green

Eleven states are making great strides towards marijuana legalization. Is yours one of them?
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Immigration Reform 2013: A Small Group Could Ruin It For Everyone

Will a small minority destroy the chances of the immigration bill going further in the Senate? See the arguments naysayers are inventing to shoot the bill down.
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Marijuana Legalization: We Should Expand Rights, Not Reduce Them

Only legalization will help protect citizens' rights during the War on Drugs. See how you can be part of the answer to marijuana legalization and better protection of our rights.

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Immigration Reform 2013: "100% Secure Borders" Is Never Going to Happen

Ted Cruz's obsession with secure borders is counterproductive in the immigration reform debate.
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Venezuela News: Toilet Paper Shortage a Huge Embarrassment For Nicolás Maduro

A toilet paper shortage in Venezuela is the next humiliating event to occur under Nicolás Maduro's presidency. Are they on a downward spiral?
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Young People Would Ditch Whole Foods If They Knew the Truth About CEO John Mackey

Whole Foods CEO John Mackey coined the term "conscious capitalism" to describe his more humane, ethically conscious business model. But is Whole Foods as conscious as they claim to be?
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Immigration Reform 2013: 4 Seen and Unseen Consequences Of the Senate Bill

Four major parts of the Senate immigration bill have both seen and unseen consequences. What are they?