At a press conference Monday, Beijing’s leading drug enforcement agency blamed marijuana legalization in Canada and parts of the United States resulting in increased drug smuggling to China.
AOC’s measure is an amendment to a large-scale appropriations bill that would remove a rider that prohibits any federal funding being spent on psychedelic research.
Former Republican Congressman Dana Rohrabacher wants the American population to know that marijuana legalization at the national level is coming by the year 2022.
Just as with the prohibition of alcohol in the 1920s, the federal prohibition of marijuana has been unnecessarily cruel, wasting billions of dollar, unjustly harming millions of lives, and furthering racist policies.
Jim McClendon's reasoning resembled those conservatives have made in Texas as well, stating any loosening of the law will eventually lead to full-blown recreational cannabis reform.
America’s showdown with China is actually hurting the cannabis trade, despite the fact marijuana isn’t exported or imported (legally, at least) by the United States.
The presidential nominee announced this week that he supports marijuana decriminalization, but he wouldn’t go so far as to support legalization at a federal level.
Thanks to a newly surfaced video clip, criticisms of Joe Biden's marijuana views arent' going away anytime soon.
Italy’s firebrand Interior Minister Matteo Salvini has promised to shutter every legal cannabis shop in Italy “one by one” and collapse the government should his coalition partner not comply with the demand.
Check out all this video so you can quickly understand where the various 2020 presidential candidates stand on cannabis legislation and reform.