Voters in Oregon have approved two measures that mark an unprecedented change in the history of U.S. drug policy.
In the event of a contested election between Trump and Biden, would it hurt or delay the legalization initiatives in some states?
If you’re experiencing election anxiety this month, remember that soon the election will (hopefully) be behind us and we can all move on.
Next week’s elections have the potential to make some serious changes and reforms for cannabis and even psychedelics.
The cannabis industry is more and more hopeful for a Biden victory as election day gets closer, which also means a Kamala Harris victory.
With the election less than a month away, President Donald Trump has tested positive for COVID-19. What happens if he gets too sick to run on the November ballot?
On the national stage, in front of millions of viewers, Harris promised that a Biden-Harris administration would decriminalize cannabis if elected.
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