What The Elections Tell Us About The Future Of Marijuana Legalization

The various marijuana campaigns and their outcomes offer valuable insights into the politics of pot, now that 17.5 million Americans live in states that permit retail sales..

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:  While voters in Alaska, Oregon and the District of Columbia passed measures in favor of legalizing pot, Florida rejected the use of medical marijuana. The various campaigns and their outcomes offer valuable insights into the politics of pot, now that 17.5 million Americans live in states that permit retail marijuana. Philip Wallach and John Read the full article…

For Marijuana, A Second Wave Of Votes To Legalize

Legalization is not about independent people smoking marijuana in their homes, but a commercialization and industrialization of an industry.

OREGON:  Two years after voters in Colorado and Washington State broke the ice as the first states to legalize sales of recreational marijuana to adults, residents of Oregon, Alaska and Washington, D.C., will vote next week on ballot measures patterned on those of the two pioneers. People on both sides of the issue say these initiatives could determine whether Read the full article…

Medical Marijuana Is “Done” According to Latest Poll

With Election Day exactly one week away, it's not looking great for medical marijuana legalization.

FLORIDA:  Last week news broke that Amendment 2 was in serious danger of not getting the necessary 60 percent in order to pass. And now, with Election Day exactly one week away, another poll says it’s still not looking great for medical marijuana legalization. Gravis Marketing, a PR firm based in Winter Springs, conducted its own automated Read the full article…