Recreational cannabis is legal in Oregon, but not everyone’s in on the fun.
Men were more likely to support marijuana legalization than women.
Even Conservative Voters Favour Looser Laws
A marijuana dispensary in Vancouver is hosting a contest to encourage people to vote in this year’s federal election, with top prizes of free pot and Snoop Dogg tickets. To enter, contestants must prove they cast a ballot on Oct. 19.
A majority of Michigan voters want to legalize recreational marijuana, but they can’t agree on how to make it happen, according to a new poll.
BOSTON – Ballot initiatives from two marijuana advocacy groups were approved by the Massachusetts attorney general on Wednesday, leaving it up to voters to decide whether pot smoking should be legal in the state.
A majority of Denver voters support recreational marijuana smoking in bars and other public venues in the city, according to a new survey, boosting a new drive to expand legalized pot.
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.
Most California Voters Say Possessing Small Amount of Illegal Drugs Should Be Misdemeanor, Not Felony
A strong majority of California voters believe the penalty for possession of a small amount of an illegal drug for personal use should be reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor, according to a poll released Monday by organizations seeking to relax drug laws.
Most registered voters in Montana prefer stricter regulations concerning medical marijuana rather than repealing the 2004 voter-approved initiative that made medicinal marijuana use legal, according to a poll by the Lee Enterprises Capitol Bureau that was released Sunday.