It was not that long ago when the subject of cannabis, or the legalization thereof, was considered taboo inside the national newsrooms covering the happenings of the day.
New York is looking at $3.1 billion market if the state legalizes recreational marijuana. That's according to NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer.
There is no disputing the progress that has been made over the past year, but there are still some major roadblocks on Capitol Hill preventing the decline of marijuana prohibition at the national level. Like this guy.
On the state level, Maine and Alaska made progress on their legalization efforts. Find out more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.
In a shocking announcement of global and historic significance, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY), the Senate minority leader, said he will introduce a bill to decriminalize cannabis nationwide.
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Presidential candidates discussed marijuana legalization during Tuesday night's debate, revealing clear differences in opinion.
The simple fact that recreational consumption has now come to some of the most populous states in the country is changing attitudes about weed.