Late in his term (and on the eve of a visit to Jamaica), the former Choom Ganger finally seems to be softening toward his old friend.
The medical marijuana fight is back on.
Yesterday a Nevada initiative became the first marijuana legalization measure to qualify for the 2016 ballot.
Oregon voters are closely divided about passing a measure that would legalize recreational marijuana in the state, according to a new poll conducted for The Oregonian and KGW.
Marijuana on the ballot boosts voter turnout, but that may not help many Democrats this year.
CANNABIS CULTURE - A new Canadian activist group is targeting key ridings in the upcoming federal election to help put pro-marijuana candidates into the House of Commons.
Don't expect a major turnaround from the GOP on cannabis, just electoral pain across America.
Recently, the Obama administration continued to focus on criminal justice reform by zeroing in on felony disenfranchisement and calling for the restoration of voting rights to former felons.
The race to be the next state to legalize marijuana at the ballot box is on. Activists in three states -- Alaska, Arizona, and Oregon -- have taken initial steps to get the issue before the voters during the 2014 general election.
CANNABIS CULTURE - My last blog left off with two high hopes: I wanted to get on the Rhode Island Republican Presidential Primary Ballot as a Ron Paul Delegate to the Republican National Convention this August in Tampa, and I also wanted to see the decriminalization of small amounts of marijuana for adults in RI. I'm thrilled to report that both my hopes materialized – with a bit of a Rhode Island twist of course!