Does Trump Really Want The Death Penalty For American Drug Dealers?
President Donald Trump officially went off the rails over the weekend, praising nations that impose the death penalty for drug dealers. Saturday's unscripted rant may be a warning sign for all those seeking sane and effective drug laws.
Jeff Sessions: Feds Will Focus On Drug Gangs, Ignore ‘Routine Cases’
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions admitted over the weekend that the Department of Justice simply can't enforce the federal government's marijuana prohibition even if he was so inclined.
The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup: March 12
Nevada tabled plans for cannabis lounges, a decriminalization bill was introduced in New Mexico and regulations were eased for medical marijuana in Maine. Find out about that more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.
We Are Letting The $30 Billion Medical Marijuana Industry Slip Away
The latest Gallup poll shows that 94 percent of the American population believes that marijuana should be legal for medicinal purposes.
Massachusetts Cannabis Rules OK’d; Sales On Target For July 1
Since the will of the Massachusetts people became crystal clear, there have been roadblocks along the way that have stalled the law going into effect.
Sanctuary Cities: Why They Are Important For Medical Cannabis Communities
Berkeley, one of California's most progressively pro-cannabis cities, did it first. Now the entire state may follow suit. Alaska and Massachusetts may also join in on the movement.
Why A Big Win For The LGBT Community Matters To Marijuana Companies
The Trump administration is known for its hostility toward marijuana. It’s also known for its hostility toward the LGBT community.
What You Need To Know About NJ’s Legal Marijuana Controversy
The Statehouse in Trenton, NJ was a theater in which about 150 people gathered to debate cannabis legalization in the Garden State.