As Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton prepare for Super Tuesday, marijuana legislation has hit the headlines again.
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The Democratic presidental candidates are battling it out over marijuana.
The marijuana industry is breathing a sigh of relief that Joe Biden decided against running for President.
During the Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas on Tuesday night, Bernie Sanders, the socialist senator from Vermont, became the first major-party candidate to endorse marijuana legalization.
When Hillary Clinton graduated from Wellesley College in 1969 -- where the future first lady and Secretary of State says she did not try marijuana -- only 12% of Americans wanted to legalize the drug.
CANNABIS CULTURE - National Review's blog reports that Weekly Standard Online editor Daniel Halper's new book Clinton, Inc. quotes an unnamed friend and law-school classmate of Hillary Clinton who says: "She was an enthusiastic pot user."
CANNABIS CULTURE - The presumed Democratic front-runner for the 2016 presidential election, Hillary Clinton, claimed she would be "committing radical candor" when asked by CNN's Christiane Amanpour about marijuana legalization this week.
CANNABIS CULTURE - In Hillary Clinton's farewell speech as Secretary of State last week, she said, "We need a new architecture for this new world, more Frank Gehry than formal Greek."
Through pot legalization, we can bring the marijuana trade into the safety of the regulated economy, consequently eliminating the black market the drug cartels rely on. We can do so without fearing any more negative consequences than we already tolerate in our keg-party culture.
CANNABIS CULTURE - President Barack Obama appeared on the CBS's Face The Nation and discussed the growing drug-related violence in Mexico with host Bob Schieffer. In a comment that is sure to bewilder and confuse those on both sides of the drug war debate, Obama compared Mexican President Felipe Calderón to alcohol prohibition-era gangbuster Eliot Ness.