President Biden issues executive order pardoning federal offenses of simple marijuana...
The executive order will "pardon more than 6,500 individuals convicted of the offense and thousands more through pardons under Washington D.C. law."
California legislation to protect workers who use marijuana outside of work
If signed into law, the bill will "protect employees who fail a certain type of common drug test that detects the main psychoactive compound in marijuana, THC."
Gov. Cuomo announces legalization of marijuana with proposed adult-use cannabis program
It's no longer a question of whether New York will legalize marijuana, its how to go about the legalization. Gov. Andrew Cuomo...
House confirms upcoming vote on decriminalization of marijuana at federal level
"Advocates are hopeful that real marijuana reform benefiting those most affected by the War on Drugs could be around the corner."
Marijuana goes to house floor with landslide victory for SAFE Banking...
For the first time since the war on marijuana was declared by President Richard Nixon, progressive marijuana law reform was considered on...
Why we must legalize marijuana
Legalizing, taxing, and regulating is good for the economy and creates jobs.
Legal marijuana is a job creation machine
We can see this playing out in the states that have legalized marijuana. Early legalizers, Colorado and Washington, saw double-digit jobs growth last year.
Marijuana with a mission: Brother David’s quest to turn the cannabis...
"We need to promote Sun+Earth and other high-bar standards—because it’s best for the Earth in this age of climate crisis, and produces the cleanest, greenest and most ethical cannabis possible.”
San Francisco erases more than 8,000 marijuana-related convictions
District Attorney George Gascón partnered with Code for America to use a technological approach to help identify eligible cases, some going back decades.
Where there’s smoke, there’s Boehner
But the crassness of this Boehner cannabis pitch somehow symbolizes, to me anyway, how low too many of our craven, so-called public servants are willing to stoop for an almighty buck once they’re out of office.