DARE has been around for decades, despite the fact that every single study done on the program has shown that it was ineffective at best, and counterproductive at worst.
One state is suing opioid manufacturers and distributors to pay for the creation of mental health clinics and opioid abuse treatment programs.
A bipartisan group of senators is pledging their support to a bill that would finally legalize hemp as an agricultural commodity.
The superintendent said arming each teacher with a 5-gallon bucket of rocks is the most he can do under the current laws.
A team of hard-working entrepreneurs and scientists have developed a paradigm-shifting solution to air pollution that combines living organisms and sophisticated computer technology to provide a self-sustainable biological air filter.
A proposed measure would require all fines from traffic tickets and forfeiture to be donated to charity, removing the incentive for police officers to issue tickets in order to generate revenue.
A new JAMA research study concluded opiates do not work as well as over-the-counter medicines with much fewer serious side-effects.
One state is fighting back against the unconstitutional powers granted by the NDAA with a bill that would make it illegal for the government to indefinitely detain citizens without due process.
Alaska is one step away from enacting a law that would legalize the regulation and production of industrial hemp, and provide for hemp pilot programs.
Google's predictive search terms for education in America reveal a disturbing problem with how this country attempts to teach children how and what to learn.