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Expunging Marijuana Convictions by the Thousands in San Francisco

As the days of drug policy reform unfold, we have yet another example of how perspective and opinion on marijuana use is changing across the country. According to new reports, the District Attorney’s office in San Francisco, California is committing to expunging marijuana convictions for over 3,000 misdemeanor offenders. Proposition 64 The new move isn’t . . . . Continue Reading


New York Senator Knows Weed Bill Won’t Pass but Pushes Anyway

One of the biggest topics getting any attention these days is the reforms and discussions that revolve around legalization of marijuana. Last November the supporters of medical and legalized marijuana showed up in full force to vote in the Midterm elections in some states. Several states have passed legislation to allow marijuana to become available . . . . Continue Reading


Why Some Cops Support Drug Legalization

You might be surprised to hear that there are police officers out there who actually support legalizing all drugs, not just marijuana. In light of just how much of a failure, and money pit, the war on drugs in this country has been, there are proponents of not only decriminalizing drugs but, making them legal. . . . . Continue Reading


Will the Next President Undo New Pot Policies?

While many would say that the United States Congress has apparently turned a blind eye to marijuana legalization legislation on the state level with all the marijuana news during the midterms, some speculate that the next president may enforce federal restriction on the drug more strictly than the current presidential administration. When looking at the statistics . . . . Continue Reading


Peaking Interests in Pot Stocks

As reported on earlier, both here and just about anywhere else, the Election Day wins for marijuana legalization claimed new territories with initiatives in Alaska, Oregon, and Washington, D.C. that apparently are creating a spiked interest from potential financial investors who are wondering how much money to devote in the cannabis industry in order to . . . . Continue Reading


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