GARBERVILLE, Calif. — California voters will decide Nov. 8 whether to legalize marijuana for recreational use — an issue that has sown deep division here among longtime growers.
By David Crary, Associated Press
A record high 60 percent of American adults support legalization of marijuana, according to a new Gallup poll released three weeks before voters in nine states decide whether to expand legal access to pot.
By Andrew Selsky, Associated Press
About 50 Oregon towns and counties will decide in the Nov. 8 election whether to opt back into the marijuana business.
By Astrid Galvan, Associated Press
Five states will vote Nov. 8 on whether to allow recreational pot. How drug cartels respond to legalization has been a focus of debate in Arizona.
By Stephanie O'Neill and Ben Markus
In five states this fall -- California, Arizona, Nevada, Maine and Massachusetts -- voters will be deciding whether marijuana should be legal for recreational use.
By Andrew Joseph, STAT
Mahmoud ElSohly oversees acres of marijuana plants in the deep south, a swath of the country the tide of medical marijuana legalization has yet to touch. But he’s not running an illegal operation — he’s a professor of pharmaceutics and…
By Alicia A. Caldwell, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration will keep marijuana on the list of the most dangerous drugs, despite growing popular support for legalization, but will allow more research into its possible medical benefits, the Drug Enforcement Administration announced Thursday.
By Michelle Andrews, Kaiser Health News
If you smoke marijuana and you’re shopping for life insurance, chances are you can find a company that won’t penalize you for your habit, but you may have to weed out several insurers to find the best policy.
By PBS NewsHour
As the unemployment rate drops across the country, employers are running into another problem – finding potential job candidates who will take and pass drug tests. Even though the country is amid an opioid epidemic, employers say marijuana has been…
By Joan Lowy, Associated Press
Driving with "a noisy child in the back of the car" is about as dangerous as using marijuana and driving, Kleiman said.
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