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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.
Many nonetheless saw the president's remarks as a major shift in tone, given the extent to which his administration has cracked
Chris Williams "Marijuana, unlike alcohol, has no direct effect on the liver. It is, however, a concern ... in that it's
UPDATE -- 11:31 p.m.: Jonah Peretti, the CEO of BuzzFeed who was a co-founder of HuffPost, cleared up any confusion for Obama
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
"If one or two states make history by legalizing marijuana, it is going to be very difficult politically for whoever sits
The Justice Department did not immediately return a request for comment. None of the funds made available in this Act to
For a brief moment in 2009, medical marijuana advocates exhaled. A new President had taken office promising to call off the
Read the entire Rolling Stone interview here. The Huffington Post's Lucia Graves reported recently on subsequent enforcement