Marijuana in Tacoma and Kalamazoo: Voters Demand Reform

Eager for marijuana reform, voters across the country are affirming their support for change in measured steps aimed at keeping momentum strong into the pivotal 2012 elections. Both the cities of Tacoma in Washington and Kalamazoo in Michigan voted this past Tuesday to make marijuana possession the lowest...

Medical Marijuana in Ohio and Missouri Moves forward!

Even as the fight for medical marijuana rights heats up on the west coast in the wake of President Obama’s attack on California cannabis and the resulting lawsuits, activists in other states are still committing themselves to the cause of marijuana reform. While one cannot deny that the...

Marijuana Legalization Movement: We Can’t Wait!

We Can’t Wait. This is the new slogan that President Obama has chosen to symbolize his decision to pass a number of policy initiatives by executive order, bypassing Congress. So far reports have revealed a program to help homeowners deal with “underwater” mortgages and an upcoming attempt...

Gary Johnson: Our Chance for a True Pro-Marijuana President

Politicians are always expected to skew the truth a little (or a lot) on their resumes; maybe they didn’t quite earn that second MBA, fudged their military record or exaggerated their business successes, but who on earth would be so bold as to boast of climbing mount Everest, completing multiple...

Why New York Marijuana Reform is Poised to Happen Soon

Should anyone need more proof that marijuana reform is in the New York air, the NYC City Council has just introduced a resolution aimed at stopping the police department’s sickening pattern of abuse against marijuana users and minorities. Since 2002, when Mayor Michael Bloomberg took over, there have...

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