Woman's Christian Temperance Union Targets Marijuana Laws In Maine, Birthplace Of Prohibition

The Woman's Christian Temperance Union is overhauling its Maine headquarters in Portland. And the group is looking to remain relevant in an age when voters recently made Portland the first city on the East Coast to legalize recreational marijuana.

MAINE:  A group of anti-alcohol crusaders is attempting a comeback in the first state to adopt Prohibition. The Woman’s Christian Temperance Union is overhauling its Maine headquarters in Portland. And the group is looking to remain relevant in an age when voters recently made Portland the first city on the East Coast to legalize recreational Read the full article…

Woman's Christian Temperance Union Targets Marijuana Laws In Maine, Birthplace Of Prohibition

The Woman's Christian Temperance Union is overhauling its Maine headquarters in Portland. And the group is looking to remain relevant in an age when voters recently made Portland the first city on the East Coast to legalize recreational marijuana.

MAINE:  A group of anti-alcohol crusaders is attempting a comeback in the first state to adopt Prohibition. The Woman’s Christian Temperance Union is overhauling its Maine headquarters in Portland. And the group is looking to remain relevant in an age when voters recently made Portland the first city on the East Coast to legalize recreational Read the full article…

Should Pot Be Legal?

Jim Hill looks over the marijuana he grows for medical purposes at his farm in Potter Valley, Calif.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: America’s 40-year crawl toward legalization of marijuana is picking up speed. Twenty-six states have taken steps toward legalization, some quite bold. Just last week, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper made one of the biggest moves yet, signing a package of bills addressing how marijuana will be grown, sold, taxed, and used.

You Don’t Have to Think Marijuana is Safe to Support Legalization

Is Marijuana Safe?

Project SAM’s Kevin Sabet and other prohibition advocates have seized on a new Wall Street Journal op-ed rehashing claims that marijuana use may be correlated with schizophrenia:Why isn’t this getting more play? Doc at Yale School of Medicine: Pot-Smoking & the Schizophrenia Connection  via @WSJ — Kevin Sabet (@KevinSabet) July 2, 2013 Washington Post blogger Jennifer Rubin, in a piece titled, “A Read the full article…