In case you forgot where you were, the California Democratic Party passed a resolution over the weekend expressing its support for the full legalization of pot in Colorado and Washington. The party wants Obama to be hands-off when it comes to enforcing federal drug laws in those states. In fact ...
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 ...
If you were to ask the marijuana nation if President Obama is friend or foe, the answer would probably be the latter. The Obama administration has cracked down on medical marijuana dispensaries in states such as California despite his vow that such prosecution would not be a priority. But now decr ... More >>
President Obama says "we've got bigger fish to fry" when it comes to weighing whether or not to prosecute pot users in states where marijuana has essentially been legalized. In a Barbara Walters interview to air on ABC's 20/20 tonight, the president addresses the full legalization of weed in Washin ... More >>
Fifty percent of Americans, the biggest group weighing in, think marijuana will be legal across the land within 10 years. That according to new Public Policy Polling data commissioned by the Marijuana Policy Project. That chunk of believers outnumbered nonbelievers by a lot:
Cain laughs at Obama's marijuana policy.President Obama really screwed things up with a large swath of his left-side base. Many Latinos aren't happy with his lack of immigration reform. After spearheading big-bank bailouts he's not exactly the poster child for the Occupy movement. And forget ... More >>
norml.orgObama says no to marijuana, ironically.The call for legalization has gone from the back of a VW van to the forefront of global politics in the span of two generations. Tomorrow a report from a group of world leaders that includes former UN secretary general Kofi Annan, former U.S. ... More >>
Bruce Margolin has defended 25,000 pot cases and Timothy Leary. Now he's primed for ganja tourists and sensimilla spas