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NY Gov. Cuomo Calls For Study To Examine Legalizing Recreational Marijuana

In his address on the executive budget proposal for New York state on January 16, Governor Cuomo called for a state-funded study on the impacts of recreational marijuana legalization.

The Good News: Americans Across the Nation Vote Yes On Marijuana

In a resounding mandate for progressive marijuana reform, California and several other states voted Tuesday in...

Re-Criminalizing Cannabis Is Worse Than 1930s Reefer Madness

Reefer Madness suggested that evil marijuana dealers lurked in public schools, waiting to entice their children into a life of crime and degeneracy.

Finding Middle Ground In The National Marijuana Debate

For many voters, a politician’s positions and statements on social issues are a gut check, indicating whether a policymaker generally shares their values.

7 Unexpected Cannabis Trends To Watch For In 2018

As the industry matures, consumers will have plenty of options in the marketplace.

Op Ed: It’s Time To End The Ban On Marijuana In Sports

In the last week we heard from NBA legend Phil Jackson and Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr talking about their own marijuana use and how they think professional sports leagues like the NBA and NFL should change their marijuana policies.

Inherently Racist: Why Sealing Past Marijuana Convictions Is Important

Advocates and legislators held a press conference in Albany, N.Y., to demand reprieve for the harm that has been caused by past marijuana convictions.

Blacks And Latinos Comprise 85% Of Marijuana Arrests In NYC

The Marijuana Arrests Research Project shows that marijuana possession arrests under Mayor de Blasio continue to be marked by high racial disparities.

What Happens When Medical Marijuana Gets Contaminated?

Without the rigorous controls that exist at an approved professional cultivation facility, it’s easy to make a mistake – and make yourself sick in the process.

Why New Jersey Marijuana Legalization Is About Social Justice

New Jersey is gearing up for an intense campaign: Senate Bill 3195 and Assembly Bill 4872, which would push through New Jersey marijuana legalization.