David Downs, San Francisco Chronicle
The Administration has long-maintained it targets groups breaking both federal and state marijuana law. But in emails provided to Smell the Truth, an Assistant U.S. Attorney writes the feds are targeting everyone.
Katie Rucke, MintPress News
Pharmacies could fill medical marijuana prescriptions if Michigan bill passes.
David Eggert, Associated Press
Five years after Michigan voters legalized marijuana use for medical purposes, lawmakers say it's time the drug is brought into the fold of the health care industry so patients can buy it at their corner pharmacy.
Chris Roberts, SF Weekly
And the Bulls will cement their reputation as playing in the nation's most marijuana-friendly pro sports venue on Nov. 16, when they host a fundraiser for Americans for Safe Access. That's right: it's going to be weed lobby night at the Bulls.
Kathleen Gray, Detroit Free Press
Medical marijuana users could buy tested and regulated pot from pharmacies under a bill passed Tuesday by the state Senate Government Operations Committee.
Noelle Crombie, The Oregonian
Starting early next year, Oregon will be home to a state-sanctioned medical marijuana retail industry, but some cities are already moving to keep these establishments from opening.
Harmon Leon, The Nation
One journalist-provocateur’s journey into the drug war bureaucracy shows why previous efforts to reschedule pot have been DEA’d on arrival.
Lance Duroni, Law360
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear an appeal from several medical marijuana advocacy groups challenging the Drug Enforcement Administration’s decision to maintain marijuana as a Schedule I drug, the category reserved for the most dangerous substances.