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Maine voters have approved legal marijuana but the governor, a noted opponent of legal cannabis, has thwarted legalization despite voters
Florida is likely to have one, and perhaps two, legalization measures on the ballot in 2020.
A U.K. study finds marijuana legalization in one nation encourages reform by neighboring countries. Something similar is happening between states in the US.
The Attorney General's aggressive posture toward the $10B cannabis industry has little support, including from his fellow Republicans.
The state that pioneered legal casinos and has the monopoly on legal bordellos has, unsurprisingly, taken well to legal pot.
The Attorney General's new policy to resume unbridled federal enforcement of marijuana laws has inadvertently revealed just how entrenched the cannabis industry has already become.
Marijuana's unique status as legal under state law but illegal under federal law makes the cannabis business unlike any other.
Recreational marijuana is now legal in the Golden State and that has global reverberations.
The cannabis equivalent of a DUI poses testing challenges that were solved for drunken driving long ago.
An advisory measure before voters in the most populous county in Illinois is intended to signal public support for a legalization bill in the Legislature.