Before His Death, Anthony Bourdain Once Admitted to Taking Drug Linked to Hundreds of Suicides

Anthony Bourdain was vocal about using a popular drug to quit smoking that was found to have “more adverse effects than any other medication on the market.”

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Why The U.S. Government Is The Ultimate Hypocrite On The Opioid Crisis

The War on Drugs has been ongoing for nearly 47 years, it has cost taxpayers more than $1 trillion, and it has yet to stop the ongoing opioid crisis that has taken the lives of thousands of Americans. But not to worry, Trump announced during his first State of the Union address that he is […]

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DoJ to Rescind Marijuana Policy—Making it Illegal for States to Legalize Weed

(TFTP) As more than half of the states in the country recognize the power of cannabis and choose to legalize it in some form, the federal government still blindly claims that it has no medicinal value, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions is reportedly rescinding a policy that keeps federal prosecutors from aggressively enforcing federal law […]

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Because California Legalized Weed, 500,000 ‘Convicts’ Get a Second Chance at Freedom

(TFTP) While hundreds of thousands of Americans have had their lives ruined by cannabis convictions after they were labeled as felons and forced to spend years in prison, as many as 500,000 people could see their convictions cleared under a new provision in California. Recreational cannabis sales will become legal in California on Jan. 1, […]

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Good Cop Risks His Career to Openly Advocate for Legalization of Cannabis

(TFTP) A veteran police officer is speaking out in support of a cause that few of his colleagues have dared to publicly support—the fight to decriminalize cannabis. Officer Nick Novello drew attention from local media when he was a featured speaker at a rally in support of cannabis legalization in downtown Dallas on Saturday. “I’m here […]

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State Overwhelmingly Votes to Demand Congress Remove Cannabis as Schedule 1 Drug

(TFTP) Despite the fact that over half of the states in the country have legalized cannabis in some form, the federal government still insists that the plant—which has been found to treat a variety of diseases—is one of the most dangerous substances available, with no medicinal value. Lawmakers in the state of California are now […]

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PARADIGM SHIFT: New Poll Says 86% of Americans Support Legalization of Cannabis

(TFTP) The latest survey on support for cannabis legalization found that a clear majority of Americans are in favor legalizing the plant that the federal government claims is among one of the deadliest drugs in the country. According to a survey from Harvard-Harris Poll, 86 percent of Americans now support some form of cannabis legalization—with […]

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For the First Time in History, State Moves To Decriminalize All Drugs Even Heroin & Meth

(TFTP) In an unprecedented move, Oregon is on its way to becoming the first state to decriminalize small amounts of hard drugs such as heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, and ecstasy, while also lowering the penalty from a felony to a misdemeanor in some drug-related cases. Two groundbreaking bills were passed by the Oregon legislature this week, […]

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Big Pharma Losing Grip as Study Shows Nearly 100% Cannabis Users Give Up Rx Pain Meds

(TFTP) A landmark study helps explain why Big Pharma is so afraid of the medical benefits of cannabis. The pharmaceutical and alcohol industries, both powerful influences in Washington, have long lobbied against cannabis legalization in order to protect their profits. The recent study is lending credibility to the idea that medical cannabis can be used as […]

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Bernie Sanders Introduces Bill to End Federal Marijuana Prohibition

A bill was introduced in the Senate on Wednesday by Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) that would end federal prohibition on marijuana and allow legalization to be determined by the states. The Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act of 2015 states that it would limit the application of federal laws to the distribution and consumption of marijuana, ultimately removing all references […]

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