California’s Marijuana Lawsuits Can Limit Federal Power

While the Obama administration’s sudden escalation of war on marijuana has caused nothing but hardship on patients and thousands of lost jobs, it may ultimately become the catalyst for the final legal dismissal of federal cannabis prohibition. Since 2005 and Raich v Gonzales, when the Supreme Court...

Marijuana Prohibition Trumps the Second Amendment?

Usually, attacks against the Second Amendment are a recipe for political disaster, as million of diehard gun advocates and the powerful NRA lobby are quick to show their outrage and pummel the perpetrator from any angles possible. Today, the time has come for the marijuana reform movement to demand the full...

The Big Gun Rights Case That May End Marijuana Prohibition

  A case is currently making its way though our legal system that could potentially bring down the very root of marijuana prohibition. The case has drawn little attention from the media, but behind the scenes, state legislatures across the nation have gotten directly involved in the effort to overturn a...

Marijuana Momentum in the News

Fresh Off the Marijuana Front A few recent news items are painting a picture of (relative) defiance in the face of the increased federal attacks on medical marijuana. Bigger players are getting involved and that can only mean that bigger plays are being planned. First, on Monday, the ACLU jumped into the...

Marijuana Legalization: Applying the Tenth Amendment to Civil Rights

PART I PART II PART III PART IV PART V Interposition in the Modern Era Considering the history and legal thoughts we have gone over in the course of this article, we can attempt to draw up certain principles and frameworks that govern the many interpretations of just how exactly the United States works....

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