The support for legalizing marijuana has grown rapidly over the last decade but the oldest Americans aren't ready to sign off on it yet. Four states and Washington, D.C. have passed measures legalizing marijuana, and today 53 percent of Americans favor legalization and 44 are opposed.
The specific concern about hash oil is reflective of a larger question about the measure -- one on which the campaigns disagree: When it comes to the rule-making process outlined in the initiative, how much room is there for adding limitations?
Supporters of the cause have planted marijuana plants in parks and gardens all over the country. Just last summer, hundreds
"Most people in the pot movement want a progressive pot industry that supports people in communities and that creates a lot
Marijuana and the munchies go hand-in-hand. But why? A new study published in Nature Neuroscience explains the crazy culinary choices we crave. We'll break it all down.
8) "The confusing part for me is that we are trying to get people to stop smoking tobacco because of emphysema and lung cancer
It seems that even though fewer young people are trying marijuana, more of them are currently using it. However, current use steadily declines as the marijuana smoker ages... so much for the super-potent, highly-addictive modern marijuana.
Arkansas residents that are in support of a proposed constitutional amendment that would legalize marijuana for medicinal dedications in their republic have submitted a revised plan to the state's Attorney General.
Lawmakers across the country are fed up with the Obama administration's disrespect for local marijuana laws. On Monday, the
America has dipped its toes in the waters of drug decriminalization. But why stop at marijuana? A recent Canadian study shows that harsh punishments associated with hard drugs have done nothing to end the problem. Is legalization the answer? Guest Connie Carter joins Alyona to discuss.