About Six-In-Ten Americans Support Marijuana Legalization

Colorado pull back on vape bars

BY HANNAH HARTIG AND ABIGAIL GEIGER About six-in-ten Americans (62%) say the use of marijuana should be legalized, reflecting a steady increase over the past decade, according to a new Pew Research Center survey. The share of U.S. adults who support marijuana legalization is little changed from about a year ago – when 61% favored it – but Read the full article…

Latest Pew Poll Finds Record Support In Favor Of Legalization

Americans are pro-pot

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Sixty-one percent of Americans believe the adult use of marijuana should be legal, according to polling data compiled by the Pew Research Center. The percentage is the highest level of support ever reported by the firm, which has polled Americans’ views regarding legalization since 1969. Support is strongest among African Americans (71 percent), Democrats (69 Read the full article…

Values Survey: 63 Percent Of Americans Say Marijuana Should Be Legal

63% of Americans Want To Legalize Pot

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Sixty-three percent of Americans age 18 and older favor making the use of marijuana legal, according to national polling results compiled by the Public Religion Research Institute’s American Values Survey. This percentage is the highest ever reported by the poll, and marks a 30 percent increase in public support for marijuana legalization since 2014. The Read the full article…

Yes, We Cannabis

Mayor Michael Hancock and his administration is taking a new opportunity to exhibit pride in the city’s regulation of the retail cannabis industry.

An overwhelming majority of Americans believe that the legalization of marijuana is inevitable. We’ll soon find out if they’re right. Voters in Alaska and possibly Oregon will decide this November whether their states will join Colorado and Washington in legalizing the commercial sale and recreational use of pot. Similar initiatives are at varying stages in more Read the full article…

Choom Gang Rising

As so often happens in such cases, the act of government legalization itself confers public legitimacy, the absence of which was previously the chief political obstacle to legalization.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: I don’t smoke marijuana, a fact that many Americans no doubt consider a criminal waste of a three-year residency in the Netherlands. But I support others’ right to do so! And it looks like a majority of Americans now agree with me. Pew reports that for the first time since it started asking the Read the full article…

Choom Gang Rising

As so often happens in such cases, the act of government legalization itself confers public legitimacy, the absence of which was previously the chief political obstacle to legalization.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: I don’t smoke marijuana, a fact that many Americans no doubt consider a criminal waste of a three-year residency in the Netherlands. But I support others’ right to do so! And it looks like a majority of Americans now agree with me. Pew reports that for the first time since it started asking the Read the full article…