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.
icons V1 06Two-thirds of Utahns want to legalize medical marijuana prescribed by doctors, a new UtahPolicy poll finds.
Speaking at a town hall at Youngstown State University over the weekend, Chelsea Clinton made a remark about the risks of marijuana use that left many drug reform advocates scratching their heads.
Police made fewer arrests for marijuana-related offenses last year than they have in any year since 1996, according to crime data the FBI released Monday.
If you probe why the polls show a majority of California voters support a statewide effort to legalize recreational marijuana, increased tax revenue inevitably comes up.
Voters in Maine and a handful of other states are deciding whether to legalize recreational marijuana this November.
As more states legalize the use of marijuana, Stanford University engineers hope to solve one reoccurring concern: how police can keep high drivers off the road.
Marijuana use is often a top concern among parents of teens. But a new government report suggests it’s not the kids you need to worry about.