CANNABIS CULTURE – Considering how important cannabis is to our province in every way, it’s surprising that legalization hasn’t been a bigger topic in this election.
Men were more likely to support marijuana legalization than women.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Marijuana has become an important issue in this provincial election. Questions about marijuana policy have been raised by the public over and over again, at all-candidates meetings across the province, and even during the televised debate.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Watch Election Night 2012 LIVE on Pot TV – starting at 4PM Pacific on November 6, 2012 – for coverage of the historic votes on recreational and medical marijuana legalization ballot initiatives in states across the USA.
Four of the six statewide marijuana initiatives appearing on the November 2012 ballot are solidly favored among likely voters.
After California’s failed Proposition 19 initiative in 2010, marijuana legalizers are optimistic about two new ballot measures in Colorado and Washington.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette took another slap Monday at Michigan's medical pot industry, when -- at the urging of Secretary of State Ruth Johnson -- he charged the owner of a Lansing medical marijuana dispensary with violating election law for offering free pot to customers who registered to vote.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Help save Canada's cannabis culture and VOTE TODAY! A Conservative majority government would mean serious negative consequences for the marijuana community and the entire country. Vote today to stop Stephen Harper and the Conservatives.
The exploratory committee investigating the possibility of my presidential run in 2012 has been working day and night, especially night, to scope out the electoral environment.
Canada's decade-old medical-marijuana scheme is a complete mess. The next government can either try to fight in the courts to maintain a status quo that serves no one; or it can fix the problem. In the absence of legalization or decriminalization, the fix won't be easy.