February 11th, 2011

Montana Considering Medical Marijuana Repeal

Roughly eighteen states in the country have laws advocating medical marijuana, but that number may be seeing a decrease. Today, Montana’s Republican-led House of Representatives approved a measure to fully repeal the law on medical marijuana. The repeal bill, carried by Speaker of the ...

February 8th, 2011

LEAP Speaker on Prohibition

More and more we hear people declaring that “the war on drugs has failed” and that we need to devise a new system or policy.  One such voice is that of the organization LEAP, or Law Enforcement Against Prohibition.  We contacted LEAP to further understand the mentality behind this viewpoint, ...

January 31st, 2011

Second Chance for Pot Legalization in California

In California, the drive to legalize marijuana holds strong after the defeat of Proposition 19 (which lost 54% to 46%).  Recently, a conference was held in order to brainstorm for a new draft of the bill for the Novemeber 2012 ballot. The propenents of the bill are trying to bring in as many ...

January 28th, 2011

Obama on Drug Control, Marijuana

For two years now, President Obama has been answering the questions of The People using YouTube as his platform.  One of the most frequent questions asked in each of these conferences was on Obama’s view of the legalization of drugs, specifically marijuana. In the past, Obama has skirted ...

January 11th, 2011

Interview with Mexico Drug War expert Sylvia Longmire

After reading an especially disturbing news piece on drug related decapitations in Acapulco, Mexico, we here at AllTreatment.com decided it was time to talk to an expert about the violence in Mexico, the Drug Cartels, how that affects us here in the US, and what we can possibly do to help the ...

November 15th, 2010

Medical Marijuana Approved in Tight Race in Arizona

Add Arizona to the list of states where Medical Marijuana is approved. In a closely contested race, voters approved Proposition 203 – a ballot measure that legalized medical marijuana in the state. More than 1.6 million votes were cast on the ballot, with 50.1 voting “yes” on ...

November 12th, 2010

Los Angeles City Council considering reopening Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

Though California has defeated the proposition to legalize marijuana for recreational use, legislation is still occurring to get marijuana into the hands of the public. The Los Angeles City Council recently met to discuss amending the medical marijuana ordinance for the city, and is expected to ...

October 11th, 2010

Medical Marijuana Could Be Costly for Arizona

In a month, Arizonians will be voting on Proposition 203, which would allow government regulation of medical marijuana. However, the Arizona Department of Health Services opposes the proposition, claiming it would cause big problems with the apartment. Health officials say that the state would ...

October 1st, 2010

Governor Schwarzenegger Lowers Charge for Marijuana Possession

In a recent move from California, where legalization is a huge subject given the upcoming election on Proposition 19, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a bill into law that would reduce the charge for marijuana possession. Whereas originally such an action would warrant a misdemeanor, it is ...

September 22nd, 2010

Where is Medical Marijuana Approved?

Sure, Marijuana may not be legal in the United States for widespread licensing, but some parts of the country have approved it for medical treatment. Such medical marijuana has been shown to alleviate chronic pain caused from a wide range of diseases from AIDS to epilepsy to multiple sclerosis. ...

August 23rd, 2010

Mexican President considers legalization to end Drug War

It has been four years since Mexican President Felipe Calderón ordered 4,000 troops to his home county of Michoacán to restore order and break down on the drug trade. Since then, violence between the Mexican Government and organized crime has escalated, with reportedly 28,000 Mexican citizens ...

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