Prime Minister Stephen Harper may be dismissive about the fact that the states of Washington and Colorado voted in favour of legalizing marijuana last week, but they have set the stage for a game changer, however complicated.
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It tasted like vindication to B.C.’s Marc Emery, the prince of pot and a clarion voice for 20 years in the debate over legalizing marijuana.
Moments after President Barack Obama was declared elected Tuesday night, the crowd at Seattle’s downtown Hotel Andra went wild with news that Washington state was joining Colorado in declaring pot legal.
B.C. marijuana activists say pro-pot referendum results in Washington state and Colorado will aid them in their quest to decriminalize bud here.
British Columbia’s multibillion-dollar marijuana industry could take a “significant” blow now that two U.S. states – including its closest neighbour to the south – have voted to legalize marijuana.
If there's one thing that can get the nation's pot smokers motivated it's the legalization of marijuana.
Canadian pot smokers and their supporters on Wednesday applauded the US states of Washington and Colorado for legalizing marijuana, and called for a similar change in Canada.
While Barack Obama and Mitt Romney make most of the U.S. headlines, a referendum in Washington state may have a more profound effect on British Columbians.
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A vote for an item on the Nov. 6 ballot to legalize medical use of marijuana in Arkansas would enable cancer patients and other people suffering from chronic conditions to get relief when other drugs aren't diminishing their suffering, backers of the measure argue.