When to Put Pot on the Ballot: 2014 or 2016?

By: Thursday January 31, 2013 11:13 am

Now that marijuana legalization initiatives have been approved in Colorado and Washington State, the big question for the marijuana reform movement is what should be the next move. Mainly, should there be a push to put similar legalization initiatives on the ballot in targeted states in 2014 or is it better to wait until the [...]

Marijuana Legalization Initiatives Polling Much Better This Year Than in 2010

By: Friday November 2, 2012 10:15 am

There is good reason to be optimistic that 2012 will be a historic year for marijuana reform. In the final week before the election, marijuana legalization initiatives on the ballot this year are doing much better in the polls compared to a similar initiative on the California ballot in 2010 election. Both Washington State and [...]

Colorado Marijuana Amendment Favored by 10 Points

By: Monday October 8, 2012 11:07 am

The voters in Colorado are currently leaning towards legalizing marijuana this year. Amendment 64, which would legalize cannabis for adults 21 and over in Colorado, is currently on the November ballot and has a ten point lead in the last polling.

DEA and IRS Raid Oaksterdam University, Medical Marijuana Institution

By: Monday April 2, 2012 11:40 am

This morning agents from both the Drug Enforcement Agency and the Internal Revenue Service raided Oaksterdam University, one of California’s most famous medical marijuana institutions. From NBC Bay Area: Oakland’s Oaksterdam University was taken over by federal officials Monday morning. Officers wearing U.S. Marshals, IRS and DEA jackets swarmed the Oakland medical marijuana facility on [...]

Five Reasons 2012 Could be the Year for Marijuana Legalization

By: Tuesday March 13, 2012 8:00 am

2010 was an exciting but disappointing year for the marijuana legalization movement. California’s Proposition 19 did better than many past legalization efforts, but despite having an ample war chest and a well organized campaign, it still narrowly lost with 46.5% voting yes and 53.5% voting no. However, there is reason to believe this November may [...]


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