Behind Closed Doors – Diary Of An MJ Mom

Only a few of my close and personal friend’s know. It’s not that I’m ashamed, but it’s most certainly NOT something I wear on my sleeve either.  I’m convinced there’s still a strong stigma out there about people who partake in MJ – and imagine some of these folks are in my social circles, and are either just too naïve about the subject, or have formed very strong negative opinions about this controversial substance.

When a friend asked me to write a post for the launch of MJ Moms, sharing my “mommy POV” on the latest happenings in Washington state and across the country on the subject of marijuana legalization as it relates to our children, I found myself going back in time to when my 8 year old Read the full article…

Act Now! Today's Senate Hearing On Pot Will Feature Truth-Impaired Kevin Sabet

State legislators are now poised to demolish a core promise of the recreational marijuana law where much of the tax revenue from sales would flow into a “dedicated marijuana fund” that would finance drug treatment and media campaigns to persuade youth to stay away from pot.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Today at 2:30pm EST, the Senate Judiciary Committee will be holding a historic hearing for marijuana reform entitled “Conflicts between State and Federal Marijuana Laws.”

Act Now! Today's Senate Hearing On Pot Will Feature Truth-Impaired Kevin Sabet

State legislators are now poised to demolish a core promise of the recreational marijuana law where much of the tax revenue from sales would flow into a “dedicated marijuana fund” that would finance drug treatment and media campaigns to persuade youth to stay away from pot.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Today at 2:30pm EST, the Senate Judiciary Committee will be holding a historic hearing for marijuana reform entitled “Conflicts between State and Federal Marijuana Laws.”

Exit This Way From America's War On Marijuana

One can now imagine how nearly eight decades of marijuana prohibition will end -- not with the sudden crash of congressional action, but hollowed out from within as states one by one take matters in their own hands.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: In a largely unexpected development late last week, the Department of Justice announced new guidelines addressing the federal government’s contentious relationship with states over marijuana policy, a conflict that dates back to the Clinton administration. 

Will Pennsylvania Legalize Marijuana? Advocates Contend It’s A Matter Of Time

"Attitudes about pot and its use have changed a great deal over the last five years or so."

PENNSYLVANIA: Millersville University students, in a recent survey, estimated that a whopping 93 percent of their college peers smoke marijuana.

Alaskans May Get Chance To 'Just Say Yes' On Marijuana Ballot Measure

88 percent of all medical marijuana patients currently pay full price, and those individuals would see their two-year fee drop from $100 to $60

ALASKA: For more than 30 years, Alaska’s libertarian streak made it the only state in which it was legal, under some circumstances, to smoke marijuana just for the fun of it.

Cannabis Cup, Seattle: ‘The Investment Opportunities Are Exploding Daily’

Panel on social media at High Times’ U.S. Cannabis Cup in Seattle on Saturday: Jen Bernstein (High Times editor far right), Bianca Barnhill, The Potcast (two gentlemen on the left), and Radical Russ Belville.

WASHINGTON: Walking through the U.S. Cannabis Cup (High Times is putting it on in Seattle this weekend) with a couple of questions such as “Has the announcement by the Department of Justice changed the marijuana landscape?”