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Marijuana Politics

Members of Congress Issue Letter to President Obama: Urge Attorney General Holder To Reclassify Marijuana


While marijuana is slowly but surely becoming one of the most highly-talked about issues among politicians on Capitol Hill, lawmakers across the country are starting to turn to relaxing marijuana laws as a winning issue that lies ahead of 2014. In fact, a group of around eighteen lawmakers are pushing President Barack Obama to remove marijuana from its classification as a dangerous narcotic. By... Read more

Major Corporations Are Going Green for Recreational Marijuana Ads


With the recent legalization of recreational marijuana in Colorado and Wasington, brand names and major corporations are now taking to marijuana advertising to lure in a different kind of crowd. Spirit airlines wasn’t going to let this green opportunity pass them by, so their marketing team is currently cashing in on the burgeoning recreational industry. “Get mile high with $10 off... Read more

High Time for Rescheduling of Marijuana


Criminal defense Attorney, Marc Reiner, believes it’s high time for the U.S. to reconsider marijuana’s Schedule I drug classification. Drugs must meet a criterion for their most accurate labeling. According to the Controlled Substances Act, which works to classify and schedule drugs based on a harms versus benefits scale, Schedule I drugs are the most dangerous for human consumption.... Read more

Attorney General Proposes Solution to End War on Drugs


The Obama administration unveiled plans on Monday to fix what it considers to be an ineffective and unsustainable longstanding unjust treatment of many nonviolent drug offenders.They are hoping to bypass rigid mandatory prison terms while minimizing America’s massive prison population and simultaneously saving billions of dollars. Attorney General Eric Holder, the nation’s top law... Read more

Democrats Working To Get Medical Marijuana On Florida's Ballot


“The war on drugs is a war on the American people,” Florida resident, Michael Derigo said. After arriving home from a trip to the grocery store on June 25th, Derigo was shocked to find half a dozen police cars surrounding his mobile home in Gibsonton. The call had been placed from a neighbor complaining about Derigo’s homegrown plants. Since his AIDS diagnosis back in 2004, 59... Read more

Marijuana Is the New Beer


Fans attending the NASCAR Brickyard 400 in Indianapolis this weekend will be treated to a 30 second advertisement that, at first glance, appears to promote a zero-calorie beer. Playing on the Jumbotron just outside of the motor speedway, the short promotional video is targeted to a specific crowd, beginning with the words, “If you’re an adult who enjoys a good beer, there’s a... Read more

Former Olympian Embraces Lifetime Relationship with Mary Jane


Its been 15 years since Olympian Ross Rebagliati won, lost and recaptured the world’s very first snowboarding gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics. Since that time, he has radically changed his “pothead” reputation and worked to make marijuana an essential part of his life and legacy. The Canadian competitor has become a spokesperson and a familiar face for pot-smoking... Read more

New York City Council Votes to Issue Watchdog over NYPD


  The New York City Council voted early on Thursday to create an outside inspector to oversee or monitor the New York Police Department. The council also passed another measure that would make it easier to bring claims of racial profiling against the department. When put together, the measures are referred to as the bigger picture known as the Community Safety Act. The move to vote on... Read more

Obama Administration Says No to Marijuana Legalization


The answer to the war on drugs has been proclaimed and President Barack Obama has made his opinion on marijuana one that is final and stern. While speaking at a large gathering in Mexico City last Friday, Obama shut the door for any possibility that the government would take a more lenient approach towards legalizing certain recreational drugs, especially marijuana. The President told a large... Read more

Illinois: House of Representatives to Send Marijuana Measure to Senate


On Wednesday, the Illinois House of Representatives decided to vote in favor of a measure that would legalize marijuana for medical use. The beginning of this monumental vote is a potential breakthrough for supports, and followed an emotional debate that included state legislators' sharing heartfelt stories of friends and relatives who seek relief from overwhelming, pain, sickness and... Read more