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Despite President Barack Obama's recent comments stating that marijuana is no more dangerous than alcohol, the White House said Wednesday that his opposition to marijuana legalization still stands.
"The president's position on these matters hasn't changed," White House press secretary Jay Carney told reporters at his
Aaron Sandusky of Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., was sentenced earlier this year to 10 years in federal prison for his medical
Watch a video of Obama's joke above, and check out a slideshow of photos from the event below: President Barack Obama alluded
For those who want marijuana legalized, Tuesday's election brought major victories. But many were quick to point out that
Two states became the first to legalize marijuana for recreational use Tuesday, but it's not just users that may get a high
Proponents of the legislation say they don't foresee federal agents interfering in states that have legalized cannabis, citing
None of the funds made available in this Act to the Department of Justice may be used, with respect to the States of Alaska
For a brief moment in 2009, medical marijuana advocates exhaled. A new President had taken office promising to call off the
The Huffington Post's Lucia Graves reported recently on subsequent enforcement activity: "I'm not going to be using Justice
"It may have something to do with the 280E taxes we've been forced to pay," he said. "It was impossible to pay them on top