If Marijuana Is Legalized, Who Will Start Using More of It?

Will grandma and grandpa toke up if it's legal?

Ethan Nadelmann, the founder and executive director of the Drug Policy Alliance, doesn’t think kids and teens are going to start using marijuana more frequently if the drug is fully legalized across the country. The reason is simple: They can already get pot pretty easily.

If Marijuana Is Legalized, Who Will Start Using More of It?

Will grandma and grandpa toke up if it's legal?

Ethan Nadelmann, the founder and executive director of the Drug Policy Alliance, doesn’t think kids and teens are going to start using marijuana more frequently if the drug is fully legalized across the country. The reason is simple: They can already get pot pretty easily.

Legalizing marijuana is hard. Regulating a pot industry is even harder

Washington State legalized recreational marijuana, now it regulate the new industry

WASHINGTON:  It’s not every day that a former Microsoft executive holds a press conference to announce his new venture into the exciting and profitable world of drug dealing. But that’s exactly what happened earlier this month when Jamen Shively, a former Microsoft corporate strategy manager, announced that he wants to create the equivalent of Starbucks in the Read the full article…

Legalizing marijuana is hard. Regulating a pot industry is even harder

Gov. Bobby Jindal on Monday signed two bills that in one year represent more progress on reforming marijuana laws than the state has made in the 24 years since legalizing medical marijuana in 1991.

WASHINGTON:  It’s not every day that a former Microsoft executive holds a press conference to announce his new venture into the exciting and profitable world of drug dealing. But that’s exactly what happened earlier this month when Jamen Shively, a former Microsoft corporate strategy manager, announced that he wants to create the equivalent of Starbucks in the Read the full article…

Oregon House narrowly approves bill legalizing medical marijuana dispensaries

Rich Studley of the Michigan Chamber of Commerce says businesses are in a “no-win situation.” He says employers would have to ignore marijuana use or else pay higher unemployment taxes if a fired worker collects unemployment aid.

OREGON: The state House voted 31-27 on Monday to legalize and regulate dispensaries. The bill goes next to the Senate. Under existing law, the state’s nearly 55,000 medical marijuana cardholders must grow the pot themselves or find a person to grow it for them.