If there was ever a small opening for the GOP to win the hearts and minds of millennials, pot might be the golden ticket.
Let's be real. When it comes to drugs, "public safety" is the last thing on the minds of our elected officials. You don't think pot has been illegal ...
Now that support for making marijuana legal has reached 58 percent nationwide, opponents of marijuana legalization are now trotting out arguments that were only used in impolite company years ago.
Law enforcement officers have long relied on breathalyzer technology as an on-the-spot roadside detection test for alcohol ingestion, but can similar technology ever be used to identify recent cannabis ingestion? A recent study indicates that the answer may be "yes."
We're not fighting to prevent people from receiving the medical help they desperately need. We're fighting for the emotional well-being of our children.
The Internet is teeming with claims regarding the use of zinc supplements as a strategy for thwarting drug tests. But is there any hard science to support these anecdotes?
In California, the American Civil Liberties Union has assembled a high-profile panel with the intention of studying every aspect of the legalization o...
I can no longer remember how to do long division, but I remember not to do drugs because, starting in second grade, I was subjected to a relentless anti-drug program called "Here's Looking at You, 2000."
After viewing CNN's investigative special Weed hosted by Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Paula made the challenging decision to move her and her daughter to Colorado so she could legally access a highly concentrated form of hash oil that is rich in Cannabidiol (CBD).
More than any other demographic, seniors are poised to be the biggest pot users in America should cannabis be legalized. It's law-abiding adults who will begin using pot in greater numbers, and the associated lameness of watching their parents ripping a bong will, if anything, probably decrease teen use.
The subject under the microscope today is marijuana, and (in particular) the federal government's views and actions towards this issue.
Absolutely, this stage of life is hard for us. Yes, we'll miss our kids. Undoubtedly, we're getting older and confronting our fear of death. But college drop-off is their big moment.
There are some things he doesn't tell us, things that contribute more, rather than less, to the confused picture most Americans, especially young Americans, have about marijuana.
It's hard to imagine what President Obama has to gain at this point by continuing the cannabis crackdown. His political campaign career is over. He never has to face voters again. He can be as progressive as he wants and face no backlash.
At these words I cracked up, "So let me get this right. Dad's lecture freaked you out so much, made you absolutely terrified of even thinking about sex, that you held off from anything until you were... twelve, maybe twelve and a half?"
America, chill out. Half of your fellow countrymen have spoken, and they are good and ready to get stoned; if you are one of the 53% who have a problem with it, just don't smoke the stuff yourself. It's your life and if you want to waste it being sober, that's your choice.