One of the key moments in drug-law-reform history happened on a day in December 1977 when then drug czar Dr. Peter Bourne snorted cocaine at a NORML party in Washington, DC. NORML founder Keith Stroup still rues that day.
Angels are looking down on Weldon Angelos and other marijuana prisoners who are being pardoned or having their sentences commuted during the 2020 holiday season.
After spending 23 years in jail on marijuana charges, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer commuted Michael Thompson's sentence on December 22. He was arrested and convicted in 1994 for selling three pounds to an informant.
Ten songs with holidaze spirit, from Afroman's "O Chronic Tree" to Snoop Dogg's "Twas the Night Before Christmas."
It's hard to believe people still go to jail for possessing $20 worth of marijuana in America. What's staggeringly worse was Fate Winslow serving a life sentence in Louisiana for such an offense until his release last week.
It was a doozy of a year. One to remember and hopefully soon forget. But for cannabis, it wasn't so bad. Here are CelebStoner's Top 10 stories of 2020.
As part of their "Hanukkah Sessions," Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl and producer Greg Kurstin recorded eight songs written by Jewish musicians. For Night 5, they broke out Bob Dylan's "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35."
It took a broken ankle for Nicole Kidman to see the light about CBD. Now, she's strategic business partner and global brand ambassador for Sera Labs, a CBD company based in Maine.