All Future Marijuana Legalization Initiatives Should Include Home Growing

By: Thursday April 3, 2014 12:12 pm

As marijuana legalization spreads to more states in the coming years activists should push to include a limited home growing provision in any bill or ballot initiative. It is going increasingly clear that the three major arguments against this are either weak or unfounded. Popular Support – The main reason the Washington State campaign didn’t [...]

These 5 Numbers Show Marijuana Legalization Is Going Well in Colorado

By: Tuesday February 25, 2014 8:20 am

Limited marijuana possession has been legal for over a year in Colorado and retail shops have been open for almost two months. This means there is now real data showing that legalization is going well and mostly as its backers intended. These five numbers tell the story: 1) 77 percent decrease in state court marijuana [...]

Colorado Voters Still Happy With Their Decision to Legalize Marijuana

By: Monday February 10, 2014 8:25 am

Recreational pot has legally been on sale in Colorado for over a month. Now that the voters of the state have had a chance to fully experience the implementation of the new law they remain convinced they made the right decision back in 2012. According to a new Quinnipiac poll, 58 percent of registered Colorado [...]

Colorado Tried Marijuana Legalization and Still Likes It

By: Monday December 9, 2013 11:23 am

After living with legal marijuana for a year the people of Colorado continue to believe legalization was the right move for their state. A new survey of Colorado voters by Public Policy Polling finds support for marijuana legalization essentially unchanged since 2012. The poll found 53 percent of Colorado voters think that in general marijuana use [...]

Colorado’s Proposed Marijuana Tax Is Very Similar to What Alcohol Faces

By: Thursday October 24, 2013 9:02 am

The push to legalize marijuana in Colorado was lead by the “campaign to regulate marijuana like alcohol” and that is exactly would the proposed new tax would do. In two weeks the people of Colorado will decide the fate of Proposition AA which would impose a 15 percent excise tax when unprocessed commercial marijuana is [...]


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