This past year was undeniably the most productive 365-day period in the history of the marijuana policy reform movement.
Four of the six statewide marijuana initiatives appearing on the November 2012 ballot are solidly favored among likely voters.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Cannabis Day, the annual combo celebration of marijuana and Canada's birthday held every July 1st at the downtown Vancouver Art Gallery, was a smoky success again in 2012. View photo galleries of the high-profile public party and protest on Cannabis Culture.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Happy Cannabis Day 2012! July 1 is not only Canada's birthday, it's a day to celebrate our love and respect for the cannabis plant and to educate others about the benefits of marijuana legalization.
After California’s failed Proposition 19 initiative in 2010, marijuana legalizers are optimistic about two new ballot measures in Colorado and Washington.
Colorado voters will decide this fall whether to legalize marijuana for recreational use when the state becomes the second in the nation to put such a proposal on ballots this year.
A ballot question supporting the medicinal use of marijuana in Massachusetts is being bankrolled almost entirely by an Ohio billionaire who has backed similar efforts in other states.
Colorado marijuana activists have about two weeks to collect an additional 2,500 signatures to get a proposal legalizing possession of the drug for recreational use on the ballot after the secretary of state said Friday that tens of thousands of signatures turned in were invalid.
As we approach the middle of January, Election 2012 is in full swing. Fresh off of the Iowa Caucuses, the six remaining Republican candidates move on to New Hampshire for their January 10th primary.
Angered by a pair of bills aiming at regulating the state's burgeoning medical marijuana industry just signed into law by Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter (D), one group of medical marijuana advocates has announced plans to get a marijuana legalization initiative on the ballot in 2012. But there is already another legalization initiative filed with state officials and ready to go.