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Massachusetts: Pot Activists Battle Each Other Over Legalization

Despite technically being on the same side, marijuana reform activists continue to duke it out with one another in pursuit of the “perfect” plan to end prohibition in the state of Massachusetts. A couple of organizations wielding two very different proposals w...

Arizona Officials Are Using Drug Money to Oppose Marijuana Legalization

In an attempt to prevent the legalization of marijuana in Arizona, a multi-agency drug war task force has donated tens of thousands of dollars collected from the civil asset forfeiture program to ensure a statewide cannabis industry never sees the light of day. &...

Marijuana Activists Now Lobbying for a Better DEA

Now that Michele Leonhart has stepped down as the head of the DEA, marijuana activists across the United States are taking the opportunity to pressure the Justice Department for a new, more sensible regime.

18 States Predicted to Legalize Weed by 2020

The latest report from ArcView Market Research predicts 18 states will operate legalized recreational marijuana markets within the next five years—a forecast that would make pot fully legal in 36 percent of the nation. And while the report was de...

News of the Herb: Week 12

The advocacy group Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) has been killing it in the billboard game lately. After ceasing the opportunity to place a pro-cannabis billboard at the AFC championship in legal Colorado, MPP is taking the message to the far-less-legal Northeast, where ...

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