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New Jersey’s New Adult-Use Cannabis Bill Just Might Pass

Lawmakers continue to work on it and now a new legalization bill is finished, polished and ready for possible implementation.

NY Assembly Passes Key Marijuana Bills

This is the third time the Assembly has passed this legislation, underscoring the chamber’s call for marijuana reform to center those who have been impacted by prohibition's disproportionate enforcement.

How Technology Is Helping To Wipe Marijuana Convictions Off The Books

As more and more states jump on the cannabis legalization bandwagon, one sticky problem is slowly being addressed: How does society make things right...

NY Mayor De Blasio Promises To Stop Arresting People For Marijuana

On Tuesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that the New York Police Department will unveil a plan within 30 days to drastically reduce arrests for marijuana possession.

People Are Still Being Arrested For Marijuana In NYC And Race...

A major investigation by the New York Times finds continued racial disparities in marijuana enforcement and arrests in every neighborhood in New York City.

Seattle To Vacate 542 Marijuana Possession Convictions

The motion will effectively erase from the records these convictions going back 21 years.

Californians Can Get Marijuana Convictions Expunged This Weekend

In an effort to help people reduce or clear their criminal records, the Drug Policy Alliance is hosting a series of four free record expungement fairs in the Greater Los Angeles area.

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.

Does Trump Really Want The Death Penalty For Drug Sellers?

Five sources within the Trump Administration indicate that the president regularly makes statements indicating he would like to emulate policies of China, the Philippines, and Singapore by executing drug sellers, according to a report by Axios.

From Cannabis Prohibition To Progress: The Essential History

Today, there are nine states that have decided to make marijuana legal and more states are expected to join the list in the near future.