Colorado Poll: Marijuana Bill Won't Bring Rocky Mountain High

Dispensaries are awaiting a Michigan Senate vote on proposed legislation that would fully legalize the type of transactions and grow operation the business needs to allow it to succeed.

COLORADO: Colorado voters support 54 – 41 percent the state’s new law legalizing marijuana for recreational use. Support is 73 – 24 percent among Democrats and 54 – 39 percent among independent voters, with Republicans opposed 63 – 35 percent. 

Colorado Poll: Marijuana Bill Won't Bring Rocky Mountain High

Lawmakers think they have at least a partial solution to cities banning marijuana businesses: paying the locals to let licensed weed come to town.

COLORADO: Colorado voters support 54 – 41 percent the state’s new law legalizing marijuana for recreational use. Support is 73 – 24 percent among Democrats and 54 – 39 percent among independent voters, with Republicans opposed 63 – 35 percent. 

Marijuana Legalization by State in the U.S. & More on TakePart Live with Jacob Soboroff

1.) States with legal medical marijuana
2.) States with decriminalized marijuana possession laws
3.) States with both medical and decriminalization laws
4.) States with legalized marijuana

CALIFORNIA: Diane Goldstein of Cops Say Legalize Drugs gives Jacob Soboroff, Cara Santa Maria, Zach Selwyn and Stephen Gutwillig of D.P.A. a law enforcement perspective on marijuana legalization.

Why Are Women Under Represented in the Cannabis Community?

Lady Gaga and Rihanna were not afraid to admit their love for Mary Jane at Halloween last year.

UNITED KINGDOM: Recently, there’s been a topic of discussion within the cannabis activism community, which has arisen regarding the lack of female involvement in the fight for legalization.