If marijuana was legal for adults in California, would more people show up at work high? And how would that change the definition of a "smoke break" during work hours?
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Jeet-Kei Leung has high hopes about a statewide vote to be held in California on November 2.
The California Legislative Analyst's Office's recently published critique of Proposition 19, the Regulate, Control and Tax Cannabis Act of 2010, provides needed clarity to the ongoing debate regarding marijuana policy and offers a swift rebuttal to the doomsday scenarios touted by many of the measure's opponents.
Supporters of a ballot initiative seeking to legalize recreational use of marijuana in California have raised more money than their opponents, even as the proposition is struggling to gain favor.
CANNABIS CULTURE - A new poll of California voters shows 52% in support of Proposition 19, the November ballot initiative that would legalize and tax marijuana in the state. 36% of voters said they oppose the proposition; 12% were not sure.
Vote YES on Prop 19: A word-for-word analysis of California's Proposition 19 to legalize marijuana by Russ Belville of The Norml Stash Blog.
Reporting from San Jose — The state Democratic Party decided Sunday not to endorse the marijuana legalization initiative on the November ballot after a swift, passionate debate that left little doubt most Democrats in the hotel meeting room intend to vote yes at the polls.
Don't be fooled, this is still happening all over California, which is why you need to protect yourself and vote yes on Proposition 19.
A retired LAPD deputy chief, a previous San Jose chief of police and a former superior court judge from Orange County have signed the official ballot argument in favor of Proposition 19, the statewide measure to legalize, tax and control marijuana.
Legalizing the production and distribution of marijuana in California could cut the price of the drug by as much as 80 percent and increase consumption, according to a new study by the nonprofit RAND Corporation that examines many issues raised by proposals to legalize marijuana in the state.