Why Marijuana Advocates Believe This Is The Year It Could All Come Together
The word on the street is 2019 could be the year that all of the pieces fall into place for nationwide marijuana legalization.
Why South Koreans Legally Can’t Smoke Marijuana In Canada
South Korean law dictates that whatever laws made in the country’s capital applies to citizens no matter their location in the world.
North Dakota Poll Sees Chance Of Passing Marijuana Legalization
To get a recreational marijuana law on the books in North Dakota, the poll finds that younger people must show up to vote.
National Expungement Week Aims To Provide Reparations From War On Drugs
Even as legalization sweeps the nation, over half a million people are still losing their liberty, voting rights, and access to education, housing and future employment every year.
Congress Receives Blueprint For Federal Marijuana Legalization
Depending on who you ask, marijuana has a solid chance of going legal nationwide in the United States in 2019.
Police Have Been Ordered To Return California Man’s Personal Marijuana Stash
Although marijuana is legal in California, there has been some dispute over whether police can be prosecuted under federal law for returning personal stashes of marijuana to people.
Canadians With Marijuana Convictions Will Still Have To Wait For Pardons
Canadians have a lot to celebrate, as the country is now one of only a few in the world to legalize cannabis. But for those with pot possession convictions, they’ll still be waiting for the opportunity to even apply for a pardon
Canadians Can Now Legally Use Marijuana In National Parks
What better way to celebrate the freedom of one of nature’s finest plants than to settle down on a grassy patch, pitch a tent, light a fire and then spark up a nice, legal jay?