While Alaska and Oregon look to legalize recreational marijuana through ballot initiative in 2014, Maine Representative Diane Russell has been working with NORML to introduce marijuana legalization through the state legislature.
In his first live interview after filing New Approach Oregon’s 2014 legalization initiative, Chief Petitioner Anthony Johnson flatly rejected any political compromise that would include a controversial per se DUID limit for THC in blood.
Since the enactment of the Maine Medical Marijuana Act of 1998, qualified patients in the state have had the right, if not always the ability, to grow or access cannabis to treat their ailments.
For every solid investment opportunity to come rushing out of the gates like a well-bred horse, there is a dark side: cheats, scam artists and sleaze swindlers; all looking to put a stranglehold on the hard earned dollar of the average citizen.
Recent surveys indicate that the issue of marijuana legalization across the United States is being met, mostly, with great enthusiasm. The latest poll from the folks at Huffington Post and YouGov reveals that nearly 30% of the American population would buy marijuana is it...