How do we resolve the cannabis conflict between state legalization and federal prohibition?
State Marijuana Legislation
Nearly 66,000 cases are covered, dating back to 1961.
In New Hampshire, Biden says marijuana should be "basically legalized." That's an accurate representation of his proposed policies, but it also shows how he's lagging on the issue.
Gov. Gina Raimondo wants to sell weed to balance the state's budget.
To his credit, Biden responded by calling for the decriminalization of marijuana and for releasing marijuana prisoners.
High taxes and harsh regulations lead to a $223 million cut in budget projections.
"I think the way to go is to permit a more federal approach so states can make their own decisions," Barr told the Senate Appropriations Committee on Wednesday.
A bill introduced Thursday with bipartisan support in both chambers of Congress would stop federal law enforcement from targeting states with legal weed.
The black market is how you get things done when government gets in the way.
Gov. Jay Inslee, who intends to run for president, made the announcement on Friday.
The Office of National Drug Control Policy is required to fight marijuana legalization by any means necessary, even if it is working out well so far.
Rahm Emanuel wants pot legalization and a casino so the city can grab more taxes for its pension debts.
Your guide to marijuana in Michigan
But losing taught libertarians how to win
Marijuana legalization is growing in popularity among Midwestern voters, and has become a wedge issue in several key races.
It makes no sense. Then again, neither does prohibition.
The sale of recreational cannabis in the state has yet to be authorized, even though the plant is now supposed to be legal there.
The move "highlights the extreme confusion around banking in cannabis."
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has appointed working group to draft a bill to legalize recreational marijuana.
"Every day I ask our prosecutors to keep Manhattan safe and make our justice system more equal and fair."
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More signs of the coming left-right convergence on marijuana legalization.
How competition and legalization will make weed better, more consistent, and more accessible than ever.
Republican Gov. Phil Scott cited absence of a roadside sobriety test for THC.
Cannabis Cup attendees must comply with federal marijuana law, says U.S. Attorney Bogden.
Rep. Allen Peake is pushing to loosen restrictions.