drug war


Despite the majority of Republican corporate spokespersons that have taken control of the senate following the midterm elections, liberal movements such as the push for drug reform were undoubtedly successful this past election. With laws being passed in Alaska, Oregon and Washington D.C and narrowly missed reforms such as those in Florida, drug reform may finally be gaining the surge it needs in the US. What does this mean for U.S. citizens, you may wonder? A lot more than just being able to possess pot. For obvious reasons, you may soon have another reason to catch up on your American History when you visit the land of the federal government. On November 4th in D.C., residents helped pass Initiative 71 allowing individuals to legally possess up to two ounces of Marijuana and three mature cannabis plants, to transfer one ounce of marijuana to another individual, and to buy and sell…