The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that crime-lab reports can no longer be used against defendants at trial unless the analyst who created the report
Legislators in Illinois are considering a bill that would increase penalties for marijuana containing high levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the Chicago Sun Times reported June 13.
A group of Italian investigators has found that an anti-cancer agent called α-CBT — derived from cobra venom — inhibited the growth of lung-cancer cells
The Oregon Senate has approved legislation which would allow farmers to cultivate and process hemp, a crop closely related to marijuana, the Oregonian reported June 19.
Red Watch Band, a volunteer program started at Stony Brook University in New York, aims to teach students what to do when someone passes out from
Series: Drugs in the Military The young age of recruits, cycles of activity and boredom, and general attitudes about alcohol use are all parts of
The Florida Supreme Court recently declined to review the case of Sharon Johnston, a Naples doctor found guilty of criminally dispensing controlled substances, the Naples
The Obama administration’s 2009 counternarcotics strategy includes high-tech efforts to prevent the flow of drugs across the U.S.-Mexico border and a stepped-up campaign to cut
A proposed substitute for the Senate’s tobacco-regulation bill was rejected on a 60-36 vote, and the Senate is now poised to approve the landmark regulatory
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