Yesterday’s News – December 10, 2014  

because nobody’s ready for today yet     In a move that shocked the District’s leaders, the cannabis advocacy community, and anyone who believes in civil liberties, Congress has reached an agreement on a spending bill that includes language that would block cannabis legalization in D.C., explicitly defying the will of the people who voted […]

Legalization Measures Pass in Oregon, Alaska, DC

    Waking up today was just a little bit better, wasn’t it? News started coming in late last night that Oregon had passed measure 91, legalizing the sale of recreational cannabis. The measure will go into effect on July 1, 2015, at which point anyone over the age of 21 can posses up to […]

Election 2014

    Tomorrow is a huge day in the effort to end cannabis prohibition across the U.S., with legalization measures on the ballots in Oregon, Alaska, and the nation’s capital and a medical initiative up for vote in Florida. Additional decriminalization proposals will be decided in municipalities in three states, and Guam could become the […]

The Other Washington

    Four weeks before an Election Day that will see cannabis legalization on the ballot in the nation’s capital, the District’s city council initially approved a bill that would allow residents to seal records involving marijuana offenses that are no longer crimes under current law. In March, the council decriminalized possession of small amounts of cannabis, with $25 […]

NYT Wants More Weed

    Despite all the stress they’ve had to deal with in regards to their favorite daughter — the good one, the one they thought would never give them any trouble — the New York Times Editorial Board has come out strongly in favor of the legalization initiatives on November ballots in Alaska, Oregon, and the District of Columbia.   Believing that […]