Clinton Declines To Take Position On Legalizing Marijuana

Clinton was then asked if she was ready to take a position on marijuana.

"No," she responded.

Hillary Clinton declined to directly weigh in on whether she would support states’ moves to legalize marijuana. Her comment came after Bernie Sanders said he suspected he would support moves by states to legalize marijuana. “I suspect I would vote yes,” Sanders said. “I would vote yes because I am seeing in this country too Read the full article…

GOP Contenders Just Saying No To Fight Against Pot

Only New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and long-shot candidate former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) support a federal crackdown on state policies legalizing cannabis, which is still classified as a Schedule I drug — the most dangerous category, according to the Drug Enforcement Agency.

GOP presidential candidates are by and large staying away from the debate over marijuana legalization, an issue once embraced by Republican occupants of the White House. They have stayed largely silent as support for legalizing or decriminalizing marijuana has gained public support.  Fifty-three percent of adults nationwide say marijuana should be legal, while 43 percent say the Read the full article…

Medical Marijuana Measure Could Help Florida Democrats Reach Young Voters In Midterm Elections

Update on Ohio MMJ Patient and caregiver registry

FLORIDA: Florida Democrats hope medical marijuana is the cure to their midterm blues. Party operatives are pushing a constitutional amendment that would make Florida the first state in the South to legalize some pot use. The measure is particularly popular with young voters, a critical part of the Democratic coalition that has historically abandoned midterm Read the full article…

Dems Rally Around Marijuana In 2014 Push

A bi-partisan group of House members sent a letter to the White House on Wednesday morning requesting a change in federal marijuana policy.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Lawmakers across the country are turning to relaxed marijuana laws as a winning issue ahead of 2014. A bi-partisan group of House members sent a letter to the White House on Wednesday morning requesting a change in federal marijuana policy. Democratic Rep. Earl Blumenauer of Oregon led the group of 17 Democrats plus California Read the full article…

Dems Rally Around Marijuana In 2014 Push

Colorado's police chiefs are gathering to talk about legal weed,  from highway safety to home hash production.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Lawmakers across the country are turning to relaxed marijuana laws as a winning issue ahead of 2014. A bi-partisan group of House members sent a letter to the White House on Wednesday morning requesting a change in federal marijuana policy. Democratic Rep. Earl Blumenauer of Oregon led the group of 17 Democrats plus California Read the full article…