In this post, we’ve gathered 15 of the most interesting facts about marijuana. Enjoy this article while you also learn something new about the most common illegal drug in the United States! Marijuana Statistics and Fast Facts Recent Gallup poll numbers show that Americans are more likely now, than at any point in the pastContinue reading “15 of the Most Interesting Facts About Marijuana”
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Why is Marijuana Illegal?
There are many reasons why marijuana is still illegal. Here are the five biggest reasons why. 1. It is Seen as an Addictive Substance Under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970, marijuana is classified as a Schedule I drug on the basis that it has “a high potential for abuse.” It means that the perceptionContinue reading “Why is Marijuana Illegal?”
Jeff Sessions on Marijuana: Taking Billions From Americans
Attorney general Jeff Sessions’ anti-marijuana policy is aimed to cripple a multi-billion dollar industry, and will put millions of Americans out of work. The recently renewed war on marijuana is aimed at taking no prisoners.
Lying or Excessive Force, Which is Worse?
Last week, an Austin Police Department officer was fired for lying about using excessive force during an arrest. This leads us to an important question in regards to the responsibility placed on an APD officer.
Law Office of James Gill Honors Veterans
Our local Austin law firm understands the sacrifice that our nation’s veterans have made. Our veterans risk not only their lives but in many cases their mental health as well. The hardships our veterans face are numerous. The Law Office of James Gill looks to help veterans in any way possible, and so we are nowContinue reading “Law Office of James Gill Honors Veterans”
What the Supreme Court’s Decision Does to Texas Marijuana Laws
Texas marijuana lawyers like James Gill will tell you that the Supreme Court has been very active recently, and not just because it has that vacant seat that is so heavily discussed in the news right now. They made a significant decision on March 21 regarding marijuana law in Colorado that may have long-term implications.Continue reading “What the Supreme Court’s Decision Does to Texas Marijuana Laws”