Mark A. R. Klieman (or as I call him, M.A.R.K.) is a public policy professor at UCLA. His company, BOTEC, was called on to consult with Washington State to help develop its legal marijuana program. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer now calls Washington’s I-502 “t...
With marijuana reform coming to Washington DC, Alaska and Oregon by way of the 2014 midterm elections, what does this mean for your personal rights in those states? Read to find out what is and isn't soon-to-be legal.
As Holland focuses on limiting the cannabis industry and American attitudes grow more favorable to legalization, perhaps it’s time to enhance our own tourism profile by opening coffeeshops here in the US.
Not sure what to get the smoking book lover in your life? We've got you this holiday season with this literate gift list.
Now that marijuana is legal for recreational use in Washington D.C. as well as in four U.S. states (Colorado, Oregon, Alaska and Washington), we have to set our sights higher and higher.