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The nation's top drug enforcement officer was unflinching in his opposition to legalizing marijuana and apparently not embarrassed by his complete ignorance of the relevant science.
Social justice advocates don't want the allure of profits and new tax revenues to eclipse the damage done by decades of enforcement in communities of color.
You Would Have Thought This Liberal Senator Already Supported Legal Marijuana, but Now She Actually Does
Senator Dianne Feinstein, a Democrat from San Francisco, now supports letting states decide marijuana law for themselves. Many conservative Republicans reached the same conclusion well before she did.
The prospects for legalized recreational marijuana are uncertain in the Garden State but there is broad agreement that medical marijuana is humane and should be widely available to those it can help.
Despite a near-ban on medical cannabis research federally, a private donation will fund work on autism treatment in California.
Congress seems to be ever so slowly coming around to popular opinion on the merits of medical pot.
A conservative Republican senator from Colorado has wrung a big concession from the administration to protect his state's booming cannabis business.
Delectable pastries and popular candies infused with marijuana are enormously popular wherever they are legal.
John Boehner Succeeded in Politics Opposing Marijuana but in Retirement Has Joined the Medical Marijuana Industry
The former Speaker of the House says he now recognizes the potential for medical pot to treat vets with PTSD and people addicted to opioids.
Federal law all but requires legal marijuana to operate strictly in cash, while in Canada banks are helping that nation's cannabis industry boom.
Eight out of 10 boomers favor legalizing medical pot, but few use it. Most think opioids would be more effective for chronic pain.
State governments eager for cannabis revenue need to remember the people who have sold pot tax-free for years are still in business.
If the Congress ever legalizes pot nationally, expect 50 unique versions of legalization.
Some scholars argue Congress has no constitutional authority to tell states what to do about marijuana.
Arkansas voters approved medical marijuana but old-fashioned favoritism by regulators who ignored the rules has stymied the program.