Year-over-year, “the use of marijuana in all forms … by adolescents [nationwide] did not significantly change in any of the three grades [8th grade, 10th grade, and 12th grade] for lifetime use, past 12-month use, past 30-day use, [or] daily use.”
Passage of the the Fair Chance at Housing Act will address the very policies that contribute to a lifetime of social and economic challenges for responsible marijuana consumers.
With marijuana sales in Colorado topping $1 billion, local and state officials are making the most of marijuana tax dollars by reinvesting in public education and funding local projects.
Marijuana use by adolescents continues to decline in California, according to statewide data provided by the California Healthy Kids Survey, a biennial survey funded by the Departments of Health and Education.
We have much to be thankful for this year. Lawmakers in 26 states have passed legislation to advance cannabis reform, including New Hampshire becoming the 22nd state to decriminalize marijuana and West Virginia becoming the 30th state to pass a medical marijuana program.
What’s a medical marijuana card-holding college student to do when they are required to live in on-campus housing but their medicine is banned from the premises?
Local and state laws struggle to establish consistency for California marijuana farmers.
Some republican lawmakers in Wisconsin are reconsidering their position on marijuana reforms during the 2017 legislative session.