Devon cancer patient freed by judge after being caught growing medical cannabis

By | November 2nd, 2017|Categories: Cancer, Cannabis, Cannabis Prohibiton, Legalisation, Multiple Sclerosis, News, Pain, Prison, Terminal, UK|

A group of terminally ill patients formed a cannabis club to help provide pain relief Christopher Ostermeyer was handed a suspended sentence after a judge learned why they were growing the illegal herb Two of the club of four have passed away A group of cancer patients in Devon banded together to set [...]

Philippines House Committee Approves Medical Cannabis Bill

By | September 27th, 2017|Categories: Legalisation, News, Philippines, Prison|

“Philippine Compassionate Medical Cannabis Act” could legalise cannabis in the Philippines for medical purposes The Committee on Health approved proposals for cultivation, regulation and sale of medicinal cannabis Raw cannabis would be banned under the proposals More than 10,000 have been killed in the country’s vicious “War on Drugs” over the past year [...]

France will Decriminalize Cannabis by September

By | May 31st, 2017|Categories: Cannabis, Cannabis Prohibiton, Community, Featured News, News, Prison|Tags: , , |

Is France about to decriminalize cannabis? France has announced it will decriminalize possession of cannabis The new measure is to be rolled out by September this year There will be stricter measures for those selling the drug 550,000 people in France between the ages of 15-64 use cannabis every day The French government’s [...]

The Greatest Harm for Cannabis Users: The U.S. Justice System

By | July 23rd, 2015|Categories: Prison|

The Greatest Harm for Cannabis Users: The U.S. Justice System Let me ask you a very important question. What do you consider worse, doing ten to twenty in a federal penitentiary like New York’s Big House (Sing Sing), or being sentenced to some sordid state facility where you can bone up on your gladiatorial skills? [...]