The U.S.’s 50 state governors just got their annual report cards from a leading national marijuana legalization organization, and—for the first time—over half of them got passing grades.
Every year, it seems like more and more states legalize marijuana.
Thanks to a string of recent state elections, the laws concerning marijuana have changed in several states.
Welcome to 2016! It’s sure to be an exciting year, and state legislators are already jumping on board to make progress. Legislators in Georgia, Illinois, Wyoming, and Virginia are all seeking to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of cannabis, and some of these states are making a second or third attempt to change policies.Read More
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has gone back and forth on cannabis legalization
I believe that all states will legalize marijuana in the next five years.
Marijuana prohibition is entering its 78th year.
After waiting in line for hours at a booth during a medical marijuana convention in San Francisco, Jeff Harrington needed only a two-minute consultation and a written recommendation to become a medical marijuana patient in California.
The top moving destination in 2014 was Oregon, which voted to legalize marijuana last November.
The Internet makes it easy to compare prices for a lot of things -- you can shop around for the best deal on shoes, or research what salary you should be asking for in a job interview. Now, it's also helping people make sure they're not getting ripped off on the black market.