Because if we're to, as Obama put it, "follow the science not the ideology" with regards to marijuana and have some hope of getting it decriminalised/legalised on a wider scale in the world, we must continue to dispel the myths surrounding it.
It's not California, and it's not Colorado.
A nationwide survey released today found that legalization of recreational marijuana in some states hasn't led to more young people smoking pot.
If you're reading this at work right now, there's a pretty good chance you're high.
Most voters in the first state to legalize recreational marijuana say the move was good for their state, according to a new poll.
Investigators analyzed data from a nationwide survey on alcohol and drug use.
But all the media and the feds want to talk about is pot
The annual Monitoring the Future survey of teen drug use it out, and anyone trying to use the numbers to argue that marijuana reform is causing a spike in teen pot-smoking is going to have a hard sell.
A new poll conducted by Forum Research indicates that over two-thirds of Canadians support the decriminalization or legalization of marijuana.
Majority of Parents Support Medical Marijuana Legalization, Says Survey By Partnership at Drugfree.org
A new survey released Tuesday reveals that a majority of American parents support medical marijuana legalization, and nearly half support legalization for recreational use.