The Bern is at it again. Bernie Sanders recently announced his second candidacy for President of the United States, following his failed, yet inspired bid in 2016. Bernie Sanders enters a field packed to the brim with cannabis advocates, but where does he stand on legalization? Sanders has been behind some of the first and […]

Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar is the latest presidential candidate to enter the fight for the Democratic Party’s nomination in 2020. If elected, Klobuchar would be the most cannabis-friendly president ever elected, though other declared Democratic candidates have a much more consistent record of pro-marijuana support. Klobuchar does not support cannabis legalization, but she isn’t in favor of federal […]

This morning, Cory Booker (D-NJ) officially announced his candidacy for President of the United States. But where does he stand on cannabis legalization? Since being elected in 2013, Booker has become one of the most consistent proponents of marijuana legalization. In 2015, he was one of three senators to introduce the CARERS Act to legalize medical […]

President Trump insists that a border wall would inhibit drug smuggling from Mexico into the US, but the statistics don’t support his claim. However, legalizing marijuana would take a huge bite out of the illicit drug trade, according to a recent report published by the Cato Institute—a conservative think-tank based in Washington, DC. See the original article […]

Stuck between Congress and voters’ will, residents of this politically charged town are becoming urban gardeners, turning closets and living rooms into tiny cannabis farms while politicians dither over whether it ever will be legal to sell marijuana in the nation’s capital. They’re also ignoring a ban on sales and illegally buying cannabis from a […]

It doesn’t come as a surprise to most people that the classification of medical marijuana is controlled for political reasons, however it is still nice to be told the truth. Attorney General Eric Holder basically admitted that the Obama administration is letting politics overrule science  when it comes to federal classification of medical marijuana. Despite earlier statements from […]

A Kentucky bill that will allow use of a cannabidiol extract oil in the treatment of childhood epilepsy heads to the House of Representatives for final approval. Experts believe the bill has a good chance of passing. Read Full Story On http://www.huffingtonpost.com

Marijuana decriminalization bills advanced this week in both Maryland and New Hampshire. If approved, both states will  reduce the penalty for possession of small amounts of cannabis to a civil offense. Read Full Story On http://www.alternet.org