As we come to the end of the year, marijuana continues to occupy a prominent place in the news. From smuggling to legislation, here are a few of the stories that have been headlined in and around Phoenix during the last two weeks of 2012: Police arrested a man on marijuana and gun possession charges…

For the baby-boomers among us, corporal punishment, whether in the home or the school, was both a common and accepted form of punishment decades ago. Things have changed, particularly with respect to the legal ramifications of striking children. According to police reports, a Flagstaff teacher was allegedly observed slapping a kindergarten student. The witness, another…

We’ve reported in the past about the apparent conflict between federal law, under which possession of marijuana is a crime, and Arizona’s Medical Marijuana Act, which permits the use of the drug for certain medical conditions. The issue was brought to the forefront last week in a ruling last week that emanated from a lawsuit…

With the passage in 2010 of the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act, the use of marijuana for certain medical conditions, as prescribed by a physician, became legal. But there are a host of restrictions on the use of the drug, and the law in Arizona is a far cry from the recently enacted statutes in Washington…

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