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  • Q&A with Darren McCrea
  • Q&A with Darren McCrea

    The pot activist explains his new University of Spokamsterdam.
      For the past 10 years, Darren McCrea’s life has been medical marijuana. He launched Spocannabis, a patient support group and proto-dispensary before dispensaries existed. He manned a cannabis bo
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  • Self Defense
  • Self Defense

    Two men facing prison shed their public defenders in an attempt to test Washington’s marijuana law.
      Markwart didnâeuro;™t sell to him because the detective didnâeuro;™t have the proper documentation showing he could legally use medical marijuana. Still, the Quad Cities Drug Task Force had enough evidence through the use of a confidential informant to arrest Markwart, an outspoken advocate for medical marijuana who sold to 15 patients, mainly college students.
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  • Is War Over?
  • Is War Over?

    Soldiers who served in Iraq have a different timeline than the president’s
      justifications offered for the Iraq War have morphed and changed since American and coalition forces invaded in 2003. The one constant is that the war has kept going, year after year. Nearly 1 million American soldiers have served in Iraq, President Obama noted recently.
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  • He Is Legend
  • He Is Legend

    In 1967, a young black soldier disappeared into the jungles of Vietnam. People are still searching for him.
      Nov. 9, 1967, a black Army private named McKinley Nolan ran into the jungles of Vietnam and disappeared. No one is exactly sure what happened next. No one is sure whether he was a traitor or a thief. He may have been a prisoner of war or a communist propagandist.
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  • Downplayed
  • Downplayed

    Ten stories the mainstream media ignored in the past year, according to Project Censored
      The rundown of stories Project Censored calls attention to this year serves as a reminder that mainstream media outlets favoring the superficial over the substantive don’t give us all the information we need.
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  • Ask and Tell
  • Ask and Tell

    On Sept. 20, soldiers can legally disclose they're gay. And a Spokane woman is one reason why.
      She had served for 18 years. Her record was exemplary — a year earlier she earned an Air Force commendation medal for saving someone’s life. So when, in July of 2004, Margaret Witt, a reserve flight-nurse from Spokane, was escorted to the commander’s conference room to speak with an investigator, she was still smiling.
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  • Country Behind Bars
  • Country Behind Bars

    Charles Shaw’s Exile Nation aims to be a complete, 40-year oral history of the War on Drugs.
      Armed with a creative writing degree from Boston University, Shaw has taken aim at what put him behind bars: the War on Drugs. His book (subtitled “Drugs, Prisons, Politics and Spirituality”) is available online at Reality Sandwich and in print next year through Counterpoint/ Soft Skull Press.
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  • Just Say Maybe
  • Just Say Maybe

    A serious effort to legalize marijuana kicks off.
      Earlier this month, the Global Commission on Drug Policy — a 19-member group that includes former presidents and prime ministers of five nations, a previous secretary general of the United Nations and a retired U.S. secretary of state — declared the war a failure.
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  • The Death of Dispensaries
  • The Death of Dispensaries

    How a month of memos, votes, raids and a veto killed Washington's — and maybe the nation's — medical marijuana industry.
      After almost two years of unregulated growth that led to an estimated 40 dispensaries in the county, it took a sweep of raids on Thursday and a swipe of the veto pen on Friday to completely dismantle the county’s booming marketplace for medical pot..
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