Lose your Cadillac Escalade in a drug bust, and you're a completely innocent party? The DEA wants to know!For the past several weeks the Drug Enforcement Administration has been running advertisements in the Wall Street Journal and other national publications asking people to identify thousands of i ... More >>
http://www.ratemyeverything.net/Illinois lawmakers (including one from Alton) recently introduced medical marijuana legislation in the state's House and Senate. And, unlike in Missouri, both of the bills have made it out of their committee hearings and are one step closer to becoming law.Via the Chi ... More >>
http://imagecache2.allposters.com/images/pic/CMAG/938-022~Marijuana-Posters.jpgStarting next month, residents of Michigan will be able to petition their doctor for a pot prescription of up to twelve plants. Michigan is the first non-coastal state east of the Rocky Mountains to enact such a law.Techn ... More >>
www.nsm88.orgNazi and child at a Missouri rally last year.This just in from the National Socialist Movement, a.k.a. America's Nazi Party. The group is planning a rally in St. Louis on April 18 under the Gateway Arch. They encourage all "patriotic Americans to come out in support of traditional Amer ... More >>
While a handful of lawmakers and activists are fruitlessly lobbying for Missouri to become the fourteenth state to sanction marijuana for medical use (a topic that was covered in-depth in RFT's dead tree edition this week), a legislator from San Francisco has introduced a bill to California's genera ... More >>
Missouri could join roughly a dozen states that allow doctors to authorize patients to use marijuana for medical purposes.
Last week State Representative Kate Meiners (D-Kansas City) introduced House Bill 277 that would change Missouri laws regarding the classification of marijuana as a contr ... More >>
Unreal finds good meth-lab locations and talks to a young lady making her way in the world (with the help of semi-nude photos); Bill Haas gets honest; and we (and Denny's) find several ways to play with our food