For the first time in four decades a majority of Americans say legalize it.
That according to the latest Pew Research Center poll, which says 52 percent of us favor making marijuana legit. The Pew folks asked ...
Despite the federal stance against all forms of marijuana, medical and otherwise, Americans support the rights of states to make weed legal.
Even many of those among us who think pot should remain illegal say it should be up to states to decide.
A blow to the Obama administration? The deets:
When Barack Obama was running for president he wasn't shy about his past marijuana use, saying, "I inhaled. That was the point."
Well, it looks like he wasn't joking.
A forthcoming election-year biography of the Commander in Chief, Barack Obama: The Story, by David Maraniss, describes the future l ... More >>
The case of Daniel Chong, the UCSD student who was locked up by the DEA and forgotten for nearly five days as he tried to commit suicide and drank his own urine, has fired up the marijuana nation.
As news hit that Chong was filing a $20 million legal claim against the DEA, Ethan Nadelmann, executiv ... More >>
The man who bankrolled California's closest shot yet at fully legalizing marijuana, Prop. 19, saw his Oaksterdam University cannabis college in Oakland raided by federal authorities yesterday.
And pot advocates are fuming.
The Drug Policy Alliance suggests the raid by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Adm ... More >>
So you like heroin and you like to take it with you on trips to the museum, chamber orchestra performances and panel discussions on neurology. But you don't like being pulled over, getting your arms checked for track marks, and having your car searched only to be jailed for possession?
Well has San ... More >>
Medical marijuana supporters this week were high on statements from the governors of Washington and Rhode Island, who have joined a chorus of support for making medical marijuana possible across the land.
Christine Gregoire of Washington and Lincoln D. Chafee of Rhode Island have formally asked fed ... More >>
Backers of a state marijuana initiative say they have enough signatures for it to qualify for the ballot, and that a green light will likely be announced today. The ballot measure would treat pot like alcohol -- allowing it for the over-21 set, taxing it and opening the door to cultivation fo ... More >>