A major national player in the marijuana legalization movement plans to put an Ohio medical marijuana measure on the November ballot.
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2014 was either the best or second-best year in 20 years, depending on how you weigh the legalization victories in Colorado and Washington in 2012.
Marijuana Policy Project mails New York Times columnist card making fun of her edible-induced "hallucinatory state".
It’s too late for Maureen Dowd, but marijuana advocates hope they can prevent others from suffering through a too-harsh high.
When teams from the two states that have legalized marijuana for recreational use clash at Sunday’s Super Bowl, so will activists on both sides of the debate about pot prohibition.
Alaska appears to be well-placed to become the third state to legalize marijuana after supporters of a proposed marijuana legalization initiative Wednesday handed in 50% more signatures than needed to qualify for the ballot.
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Hawaii House Speaker Joseph Souki (D-8) Friday introduced a bill to legalize the possession of marijuana by adults and create a system of taxed and regulated legal marijuana commerce. The measure, House Bill 150, would allow people 21 and over to possess up to an ounce and grow an as yet unspecified number of plants in a secure location.
About one hundred opponents of marijuana prohibition rallied at the State Capitol on Saturday, November 12, 2011, to help educate the public and to dispel old, worn out myths and misinformation about marijuana.
Vermont Governor Pete Shumlin has signed a bill into law that will authorize four medical marijuana dispensaries to operate licensed businesses in the state to dispense marijuana and marijuana-related supplies to registered medical marijuana patients.