Federal Judges Give Marijuana The Cold Shoulder

According to data released by the U.S. Sentencing Commission, for the fifth year in a row, the number of people sentenced for federal marijuana-related crimes has dropped. In 2016, a total of 3,534 people were sentenced for marijuana-related crimes compared to 7,000 people in 2012. Over 120 of these sentences were for simply, possession of marijuana, which they most likely pleaded down from a more serious offense. There was a significant drop in sentences however, after weed became legal in Colorado and Washington, bringing the number down to 4,942. Hopefully, this trend will continue as more states legalize marijuana.


Despite being one of the most overweight countries on Earth, the United States is one of the biggest waster of foods on the planet as well. And part of that is because we're too confused to understand expiration dates. A survey conducted by researchers at Johns Hopkins revealed that many Americans throw out food before it's needed.

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