War on Drugs
Cory Booker addressed Joe Biden's recent comments that marijuana is a "gateway drug," a view other presidential candidates did not share.
NYPD arrest data points to continuing patterns consistent with the war on drugs, which disproportionately targets people of color.
Joe Biden walks back his previous marijuana support and asks if cannabis could lead to harder drug use.
The MORE Act would deschedule marijuana and create programs to assist those communities disproportionately affected by the War on Drugs.
The senator's new policy represents the most ambitious and detailed plan of any presidential candidate thus far.
Marijuana expungement is an often laborious, bureaucratic process, but algorithms have eased the process.
Though 15.3 million viewers watched the candidates discuss a variety of topics pertinent to the American voter, Booker expressed disappointment over the one topic not debated—marijuana legalization.
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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell isn’t at all interested in helping forward the legal weed movement. Not one bit.