Another State Where Majority Supports Marijuana Legalization: Delaware

By: Tuesday March 25, 2014 9:00 am

The list of states where a majority support marijuana legalization keeps growing at a rapid pace with Delaware becoming the latest addition. A majority( 51 percent) of Delaware voters would support legalizing and regulating marijuana like alcohol according a new PPP poll sponsored by the Marijuana Policy Project. Only 42 percent of voters would opposed [...]

Why the California Legislature Shouldn’t Punt on Pot Legalization

By: Thursday February 20, 2014 9:54 am

The big marijuana news this week is that it is unlikely a legalization initiative will get on the 2014 ballot in California. This is not a failure, only a temporary delay because the well-financed coalition decided to wait until 2016 when a Presidential election would produce a better turnout. In light of this decision it [...]

Majority of D.C. Voters Would Support Marijuana Legalization Initiative

By: Wednesday April 17, 2013 7:55 am

According to a new PPP poll for the Marijuana Policy Project, the people of Washington D.C. overwhelming support marijuana legalization. If a legalization initiative, like the ones on the ballot last year in Colorado and Washington State, was to be placed on the ballot in the District it would be supported by 63 percent of [...]

Vermont Voters Overwhelmingly Support Marijuana Decriminalization

By: Thursday February 16, 2012 10:17 am

An overwhelming 63 percent of voters in the state of Vermont support reducing the penalty for simple marijuana possession to a small fine, according to new polling of registered voters by PPP for the Marijuana Policy Project. From MPP: Current Vermont law provides for a jail term of up to six months and a fine [...]

52% of Rhode Island Voters Support Legalizing and Regulating Marijuana Like Alcohol

By: Friday February 3, 2012 8:51 am

A majority, 52 percent, of Rhode Island voters would support legalizing marijuana and having it taxed and regulated in a manner similar to alcohol according to a new PPP poll sponsored by the Marijuana Policy Project. Just 41 percent of voters in the state would oppose this change. In addition, the poll found an impressive [...]

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