State prosecutors, police, sheriffs, and attorneys general are almost universally opposed to marijuana policy reform measures, to the point where they actually spend time and money lobbying against us. Why?
California legalizing marijuana seems to have become a very real possibility, and how Obama's going to handle it will be important. The state could become a "test-case" in challenging federal laws on the matter.
I feared that Prop 19, the best-hope-to-date chapter in the battle for sane drug laws, was a lost cause. But something has changed in the public's consciousness. What explains this big swing in momentum?