They made 50 arrests, but almost all were for immigration offenses.
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"I think the way to go is to permit a more federal approach so states can make their own decisions," Barr told the Senate Appropriations Committee on Wednesday.
In a now-deleted Facebook post, Loudoun County deputies brag about a drug bust, get dragged, and likely don't learn any lessons.
Putting the government at the center of health care means putting politics at the center of doctor-patient relationships.
Overall, CPAC attendees seem enthusiastic about criminal justice reform.
The senator and presidential hopeful went to bat for dirty prosecutors, opposed marijuana legalization, and championed policies that endanger sex workers.
The 100th Anniversary of the Ratification of the Amendment That Led to Prohibition Is a Reminder of the Lasting Damage Bad Policy Can Do
The outlaw of the production and sale of alcohol was a racist policy that failed on its own terms.
Tao Lin's Trip details how the author's experience with LSD, DMT, psilocybin, and more blew his mind while making him more human.Listen
How an unscientific field test and the bail system stripped a Georgia grandmother of justice.
Roughly 800 federal inmates are sentenced to life under an obscure sentencing enhancement that lawmakers in Congress might soon vote to reduce.
Assessing the import of presidential tantrums, media hyperbole, military complaints, and the near-arrival of federal sentencing reformListen
LSD, psilocybin, and other hallucinogenics are gaining new acceptance as serious medicine. But what if you want to do them just for fun, asks Jacob Sullum.Listen
A GOP candidate claims she's the only person in the race who opposes a life-saving opioid policy, but her Democratic opponent is against it as well.
Black people in Alabama are more than four times as likely to be arrested for a marijuana offense, according to a new report.
Roger Clark, under pseudonym "Variety Jones" and others, faces charges related to narcotics trafficking, hacking, and money laundering, but not murder-for-hire.
Cory Gardner and Elizabeth Warren Introduce Bill Largely Abolishing Federal Ban on Marijuana in States that have Legalized it Under their Own Laws
If it passes, this will be a major victory for both marijuana legalization and federalism.
The Democrat-controlled Rhode Island state Senate agrees with President Donald Trump that harsher punishments are needed for drug dealers. Wrong!
When the cure for the "epidemic" proves worse than the disease, it's time to try something new.
Donald Trump's deal with Senator Cory Gardner could pave the way for the effective elimination of the federal law banning marijuana in those states that have legalized pot under state law.
But a new bill could change that.
"No reliable evidence to support the use of kratom as a treatment for opioid use disorder and significant safety issues exist."
Sticking up for pharmacological freedom on Fox Business Network
The attorney general's reversal of an Obama policy limiting prosecution of marijuana businesses in states that have legalized marijuana is a limited, but potentially dangerous step.
Silk Road founder's appeal stresses the dangerous Fourth and Sixth Amendment implications of his prosecution and sentencing.
Largely due to increases in opioid overdose deaths
Cop Who Called Asset Forfeiture ‘A Tax-Liberating Goldmine’ Sued for Illegal Traffic Stop and Seizure
And he's running for sheriff of an Illinois county.
As America deals with terrorist attacks and mass shootings, DHS and the FBI are busy enforcing misdemeanor vice laws.
There Aren’t Enough Beds in This Virginia Jail for All the Women Caught in Heroin and ‘Human Trafficking’ Dragnets
"We don't have enough space for them," said sheriff.
Under the guise of getting addicts treatment, courts are ordering people to do dangerous and unremunerated labor in "diversion" factory farms.
Seize the drugs. Sell the drugs. Arrest the buyers. Repeat.
Border Patrol Sets Up Immigration Checkpoint in New Hampshire; Nearly Twice as Many Drug Arrests Result
The Fourth Amendment-destroying powers of the Border Patrol continue to harass Americans.
Harris County deputies were initially indicted for the "offensive and shocking" search, but those charges were dropped last week.
A new push to imprison those who prescribe too many opioids
Serious researchers are about to do what Timothy Leary never managed: Get government approval for LSD, MDMA, and more.Listen
Inconsistent federal agency policies end in denial of access to water.
"I take the Hippocratic oath seriously that my job is to relieve pain and suffering," says Dr. Forest Tennant, a California pain specialist who patients from across the nation are flocking to see.
The suit accuses officers of violating the teens' Fourth and 14th Amendment rights.
Security threats don't excuse the abolition of due process.