Australia's bad boy of swimming has been arrested again. On February 16, Scott Miller was busted in Sydney and charged with distributing meth. The swimmer won a silver medal at the 1996 Olympics.
In a letter to Joe Biden, Reps. Earl Blumenauer, Barbara Lee and 34 more House members urged the President to "grant executive clemency for all non-violent cannabis offenders" and expunge arrest records.
Accused of sexual assault by a chapter member, Wisconsin NORML executive director Alan Robinson has been exonerated by the chapter's board and national NORML.
Dubbed the "Uber of weed" in 2016, the Eaze delivery app was a hot commodity. Now, the company's former CEO Jim Patterson is about to be charged with bank fraud that occurred while he led Eaze from 2017-2019.
Prior to the Presidential election, tensions between the U.S. and Mexico were as high as the unfinished Trump border wall. At the center of the controversy: Mexican Gen. Salvador Cienfuegos, who the DEA charged with being in cahoots with the H-2 drug cartel. Cienfuegos was apprehended, then returned to Mexico in January. Now, the problem is for President Biden to deal with.
The most arrested man in New Jersey, Ed Forchion (a.k.a. NJ Weedman), was busted for pot possession on February 6, despite the fact cannabis ha been legalized in the Garden State.
Ice Cube has jumped into the weed game. The rapper/film star known for the "Friday" stoner movies announced a partnership with Caviar Gold and a new strain called Fryday Kush, of course.
Stoners were part of the mob that stormed and ransacked the U.S. Capitol on January 6. Two people who entered the Capitol and lit up joints have been arrested. Numerous videos of people jubilantly smoking in the Rotunda have surfaced on YouTube.