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A majority of Republican voters favor legal marijuana. Sadly, a majority of Republicans in Congress remain opposed.
The NFL has been hidebound about players using pot for pain, but federal law makes it tough for the league to lighten up.
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Florida, home to strip mall "pill mills" for quickie opioid prescriptions, stubbornly refuses to consider legalizing marijuana for adults.
The bill would end the War on Drugs and allot funds to repair the damage it caused low-income communities.
People arrested with a joint long ago were saddled with criminal records for decades.
The governor is a cancer survivor who favors access to medical cannabis.
There is consensus in the Garden State that marijuana should not be a crime but no agreement on how to legalize and regulate an enormous new market.
The federal government taxes cannabis mercilessly, and all in cash.
Perhaps the greatest proof the American people have rejected the War on Drugs is that presidential candidates can favor legalization at no political cost.
A new report shines light on two growing sectors in the industry -- women consumers and CBD.
New state regulation makes it easier to buy cannabis in previously prohibited areas, but local authorities are pushing back.
About 207 million out of 325 million Americans live where medical marijuana is legal.