Tennessee Titans linebacker Derrick Morgan has earned his living with brutal hits on the football field. But the husband and father of two would like to prevent those hits from haunting him in the future.
President Obama said that marijuana use should be treated as a public-health issue similar to tobacco or alcohol and called the current patchwork of state and federal laws regarding the drug “untenable.”
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said Friday that she plans to vote in favor of legalizing recreational marijuana in California.
In the mid-19th century, some European doctors became fascinated with a plant-derived drug recently imported from India.
Q&A Proposition 64 would legalize recreational use of marijuana though it’s illegal under federal law. How will that work?
Proposition 64 on the Nov. 8 ballot would legalize the recreational use of marijuana in California and allow the state to issue licenses to those who grow, transport and sell cannabis.
With five states voting on marijuana legalization next month, this is a pivotal year for marijuana policy no matter which way the contests turn out.
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Incredible medical cannabis science breakthroughs are occurring near-daily, yet the medical community remains in the dark when it comes to how just how marijuana may be effectively and safely used to treat a wide array of ailments.
Five states are voting on measures to legalize marijuana for recreational purposes in November, and polls show that these initiatives are likely to pass.
Need help figuring out how to vote on California’s most controversial ballot initiatives? Below is a handy guide to the five most hotly debated measures, with a little help from Pulitzer-winning L. A. Times cartoonist David Horsey.
Nine states have marijuana measures on the ballot this November, and chances are good that many will pass — giving pot advocates high hopes that the federal government will eventually lift its nationwide ban.
There are nine state ballot measures regarding the legalization of marijuana that will be voted on this November. Five states will vote to legalize recreational marijuana, while the other four states are voting on legalizing medicinal marijuana.
The medical marijuana community is divided over Proposition 64, which would legalize the drug for recreational use. Many operators fear they’ll be run out of business by big operators or new government-imposed taxes.