If you care about protecting the environment, if you care about raising revenue for the state, if you care about protecting young people, if you care about communities harmed by our past drug policies, if you care about racial justice, then you should care about the Adult Use of Marijuana Act.
Boy, it isn't every day you get to write a headline like that! But those are the kinds of feelings Ted Cruz seems to bring out in everyone -- left, right, and center.
If you've been fairly honest about cannabis with your kids, they are likely to be honest about it, and other things, with you. After they graduate from college, perhaps you'll be passing them a joint as you watch the sun go down.
HOW MANY TIMES DO COMMUNITIES OF COLOR NEED TO TELL THE PUBLIC THAT BLACKFACE IS WRONG? No matter which way you look at it, cultural appropriation is a sticky issue and when you are encouraging people everywhere to be a "black man for a day"-especially today, on 4/20, you are perpetuating a cycle of hate, criminalization, and overall, IGNORANCE.
This year the fashion industry appears to be feeing a different kind of burn. Everyone from Alexandra Wang's recent shows, to legendary purveyor of th...
My local congressional district became one of those battlegrounds that we see playing out across the country, as Ted Cruz supporters outflank Donald Trump backers at the little-known, little-attended Republican Party meetings to select delegates to the national convention.
The cannabis plant truly does belong to the global commonwealth of all peoples. I hope by learning about its deep history and its health potential, we would build better regulatory systems that respect and optimize the human-cannabis relationship.
Colbert pointed out that "Reince Priebus" is an anagram for "crisp bee urine." Without vowels, his name becomes: "RNC PR BS" -- which could indeed also be a very foreshortened version of his job description. But there it is.
The legalization of recreational marijuana in Colorado, Washington, Oregon, and Alaska creates an enormous opportunity for emerging brands to claim sp...
Lee Carroll Brooker, a 76-year-old decorated and disabled combat war veteran was sentenced to die in prison for growing marijuana in his backyard. He ...
In honor of the 420 holiday, who better to ask than the world's ultimate Mary Jane on all things dope?
While mostly ignored by the media (and almost completely ignored in the debates), the issue is going to become a lot more important in the general election, as many states will have recreational legalization ballot initiatives to vote on.
What the Bible doesn't explicitly prohibit, Christians should be slow to condemn people who do such things. What the Bible consistently emphasizes about responsibility and making wise decisions, they can be quick to find a faithful path forward.
Despite medical marijuana being legal in California since 1996, and an ounce or less decriminalized since 2011, we still make over 13,000 felony arrests every year, with a total of 154,547 marijuana arrests for felonies and misdemeanors between 2010 and 2014.
This week we hear about the growing pains of the legal weed industry. With small business owners and wealthy private investors looking to get in on the profits, what will happen as laws continue to change?