federal and state marijuana laws
Marijuana legislation continues to flourish across much of the United States. Recent statistics show that 40 states and the District of Columbia are in the throes of developing pot-pro legislation regarding the recreational and medicinal use of cannabis.
On Colorado's northeast plains, advocates of secession from the state have managed to put the question before voters in 11 counties this November -- potentially bringing a split-the-state initiative to statewide vote by November 2014.
There is a fine line between probable cause and full-blown harassment, and the line is becoming thinner in states bordering those that have recently legalized marijuana.
Red state? Blue state? When it comes to voters’ opinions on marijuana law reform, virtually all states are green. According to a slew of recent statewide polls, voters’ support for legalizing marijuana crosses conventional red/blue boundaries. From Arizona (re...
US Forest Service agents busted an illegal pot plantation on federal land on Colorado on Friday, destroying between 250 and 500 plants.