Poll: Majority Of Voters Support Legalizing Adult Use Of Marijuana

Majorities of both men (57 percent) and women (52 percent) said that they support legalization. Among registered voters between the ages of 18 and 44, over 60 percent endorse legalizing cannabis.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:  Fifty-five percent of registered voters believe that the personal use of marijuana should be legal, according to national tracking poll data compiled by Morning Consult – a Washington DC consulting firm. Thirty-eight percent of respondents polled said that they oppose legalization and eight percent were undecided. Majorities of both men (57 percent) and women (52 Read the full article…

Who’s Part Of The New Marijuana Majority? What The Numbers Mean For 2016

According to the latest numbers, support for legalization is highest in Western and Eastern states, and about 10 points lower in the Midwest and South.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:  National support for marijuana legalization has fallen seven points since 2013 but still has the support of a majority of Americans, according to new polling released by Gallup. The drop comports with a similar dip in polling conducted by Public Religion Research Institute this year, and to a lesser extent with numbers coming out of Pew. 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…

Latest Pew Poll: Legalization Of Marijuana Is Inevitable

Fifty-four percent of respondents say that marijuana ought to be legal now, according to the poll. The total is the highest percentage of support ever reported by Pew and marks an increase of two percent since 2013.

Seventy-five percent of Americans believe that the personal consumption and retail sale of cannabis will eventually be legal for adults, according to national polling data released this week by the Pew Research Center. Pew pollsters have been surveying the public’s attitudes regarding marijuana legalization issue since 1973, when only 12 percent of Americans supported regulating the substance. Read the full article…

Field Poll Says Californians Now Favor Marijuana Legalization

The nonpartisan poll conducted last week for The Press-Enterprise and other California media subscribers showed 55 percent now favor legalization.

CALIFORNIA:  In a first for California, a majority of voters now favors legalization of marijuana, and most want pot regulated like alcohol, according to Field Poll results released Tuesday, Dec. 10. The poll began asking about marijuana decriminalization in 1969. A clear majority of respondents never favored it until now. In 1969, 75 percent of Read the full article…

Field Poll Says Californians Now Favor Marijuana Legalization

The nonpartisan poll conducted last week for The Press-Enterprise and other California media subscribers showed 55 percent now favor legalization.

CALIFORNIA:  In a first for California, a majority of voters now favors legalization of marijuana, and most want pot regulated like alcohol, according to Field Poll results released Tuesday, Dec. 10. The poll began asking about marijuana decriminalization in 1969. A clear majority of respondents never favored it until now. In 1969, 75 percent of Read the full article…

Half of Wisconsin Voters Support Marijuana Legalization

In Wisconsin, 49.7 percent supported legalization, 44.9 percent opposed and 4.7 percent didn’t know.

WISCONSIN: In two states last year, voters legalized recreational marijuana. One of those states, Colorado, is similar politically to Wisconsin. And yet, few among Wisconsin’s political class appear to take pot legalization seriously. If anything, it is dismissed as a wacky western idea that has no place in the heartland. Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke seemed amused when Read the full article…

DEA anti-marijuana order might provoke new wave of drug violence

The US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is under attack in Congress as it tries to stem the tide against Marijuana legalization.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Even though some US states have legalized marijuana for medical or recreational use, the Drug Enforcement Administration has ordered all security and armored vehicle companies to stop servicing legal cannabis dispensaries.

Marijuana Legalization: What Will the Feds Do?

Ten months after marijuana legalization passed in Colorado and Washington, Eric Holder has yet to react

COLORADO:  According to U.S. Attorney general Eric Holder, an official federal response will soon be forthcoming in regards to recreational marijuana legalization recently enacted in Colorado and Washington.