October 28, 2016
Ballot initiatives in nine states may make November 8thÂ aÂ turning pointÂ for legal marijuana.Â This electionÂ could be the tipping point for nationalÂ legalization.
Boston City Councilor attempts to guarantee a fair shot forÂ MassachusettsÂ minority-owned businessesÂ if marijuana becomes legal. Â If marijuana is legalized inÂ Masschusetts, theÂ tax rateÂ could get higher. Â MassachusettsÂ trooperâ€™sÂ widowÂ makes emotional plea against legalizing marijuana.Â If legalized, pot inÂ MassachusettsÂ still cannot be smoked onÂ campus.Â Legalization of recreational marijuana inÂ MassachusettsÂ could impactÂ ConnecticutÂ border towns.
Five things that must happen forÂ New JerseyÂ to legalizeÂ recreationalÂ marijuana.Â Marijuana legalization could be â€˜game changerâ€™ forÂ New Jersey’sÂ economy.
TheÂ EffectÂ of State-Level Legalizations (spoiler: the pro-legalization Cato Foundation claims it’s minimal).
Medical-marijuana entrepreneurs worry that legalizing commercial supply will make it harder for medical users to find high-CBD, low-THC products.
Washington‘sÂ testingÂ for marijuana raises medical, legal questions.
Pot growers make a â€˜green rushâ€™ toÂ Canada.Â Move toÂ legalizeÂ CanadianÂ pot easier said than done. Â Â Â Â Â Â Â O Cannabis! Explore theÂ futureÂ of marijuana inÂ Canada.
October 24, 2016
Yes on Initiative 300: Denver measure is a reasonable test of social pot use.Â Colorado law enforcement officials warn dangers of legalizing marijuana. Denverâ€™s marijuana policy office should be more transparent with pot-tax revenue.Â
Prop 64: What would legalized recreational potÂ mean for California?Â How would legalization affect the drug war at San Diego‘s Mexican border?Â California small pot farmers believe that good old-fashioned branding is the key to post-legalization success.Â Coalinga voters to decide if city can tax legal marijuana sales.
Casino magnate Adelson gives $2Â millionÂ to fight Nevada pot measure.Â Michigan should follow other states, legalize marijuana.
The risks of eating marijuana are most dangerous to inexperienced users. The future of cannabis sales is low-dosageÂ edibles.
Marijuana law conferences sprout up.Â Why is support for marijuana legalization hitting record heights?Â Why the pot-punitive IRS Code 280E isnâ€™t going anywhere.Â Business owners become donors in push to legalize marijuana.