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.
The majority of British Columbians believe alcohol is more dangerous than marijuana, a new Angus Reid poll suggests.
The latest update to the annual Monitoring the Future survey of drug use in American youth bears mainly good news, at least if your interest is in reducing drug-related harm: both teen drinking and cigarette smoking are at historic lows; in fact, past-month marijuana use is now more commonly reported by high school seniors than smoking cigarettes.
Slowly but surely, Americans seem to be making peace with the pot pipe.
Medical marijuana may be fueling increased use of pot while meth use has fallen by half since 2006.
A new poll from The Economist shows a huge majority of Americans support the legalization and taxation of marijuana.
CANNABIS CULTURE - President Obama will be doing a live interview on YouTube this Thursday and, yet again, he wants us to vote on which questions we want answered.
Study makes it clear that clear that education and regulatory restrictions are more effective than prohibition and criminalization, but the drug czar draws the wrong conclusions.
Marijuana use by 8th, 10th, and 12th graders increased slightly this year, according to figures released Tuesday by the annual Monitoring the Future survey of junior and senior high school students.