Pot by itself was not much of a factor in injury and fatal crashes probed last year by the Arizona Department of Public Safety.
Fewer than 1 percent of suspected impaired drivers involved in such crashes tested positive for nothing but marijuana.
New Times' findings, based on a records request sat ... More >>
Governor Jan Brewer and her legal counsel will study today's dismissal of her lawsuit against the medical marijuana law while keeping a ban on dispensaries, a spokesman says.Brewer, with the help of state Attorney General Tom Horne, filed the federal complaint back in May, claiming a letter by a for ... More >>
U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton hammered Governor Jan Brewer's lawsuit against medical marijuana today in court. Bolton is also the judge in the SB 1070 case.Governor Jan Brewer's lawsuit against Arizona's medical marijuana law took a beating today in federal court, where a judge told the state' ... More >>
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The state of Arizona wants you to have this bud, legally -- why aren't you taking it?
The rate of Arizonans applying for medical marijuana cards has slowed down in the last couple of months, a stat that could indicate public confusion about pot ... More >>
Tom Horne, Arizona Attorney General, says if Arizona US Attorney Dennis Burke wants to give comfort to state workers adminstering the medical marijuana program, he should put it in writing.
Give me the short version, a federal judge told Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne today in a ruling on ... More >>
Image: Office of NJ Governor Chris ChristieNew Jersey Governor Chris Christie says he'll allow medical marijuana dispensaries without federal approval. Meanwhile, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer keeps thwarting her state's voters.New Jersey Governor Chris Christie isn't scare of the feds anymore when ... More >>
The Obama Administration has little interest in prosecuting medical marijuana patients or their caregivers, states a letter addressed to all 50 state Attorneys General by Deputy U.S. Attorney General James Cole.The letter appears to be the awaited "clarification" by the Administration promised ea ... More >>
Would-be marijuana dispensary owners and their lawyers filed lawsuits today in an attempt to reverse Governor Jan Brewer's attack on a voter-approved law.
Last month, Brewer directed state Attorney General Tom Horne to file a federal lawsuit against the new law, which voters narrow ... More >>
Image: Carolyn Short's Facebook siteCarolyn Short, leader of the "No on 203" movement, admits she's actively trying to defeat the voter-approved medical marijuana law. Tom Horne and Jan Brewer appear to be taking her cues.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne discussed a plan to launc ... More >>
Montana's House of Representatives voted today, mainly along party lines, to repeal the state's voter-approved medical marijuana program. It seems doubtful that Governor Brian Schweitzer, a Democrat, will go along with the plan -- even if this really isn't his pot card.
Montana's State House ... More >>
Image: Ray SternAndrew Myers reacts on Friday evening to vote counts that show Proposition 203 is winning by a comfortable margin
Andrew Myers of the Marijuana Policy Project has been edgy since Election Day.
Then came the 5:35 p.m. update of vote results.
Observing the results from a small ... More >>