It's official: Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is cosponsoring the Marijuana Justice Act with Senator Cory Booker.
Restorative justice aims to make up for past harms done to those arrested for nonviolent marijuana-related crimes.
In a string of attempts to minimize the negative effects of earlier cannabis prohibition laws, Seattle could dismiss over 1,000 marijuana convictions.
With Colorado about to release prisoners with marijuana convictions, progress in criminal justice reform is undeniable. Will Colorado lead other states?
The United States has a long history of arresting minorities for marijuana at a significantly higher rate than white people. Even in the supposedly progressive California.
Starting with San Francisco, California could dismiss all marijuana convictions dating back to the 1970s.
State lawmakers are talking about reducing possession penalties. So is Iowa moving to decriminalize weed possession?
In a state with legalized marijuana, there was a mother charged for treating her daughter's anxiety with weed.
What are some of the markets that benefit from weed legalization? The possibilities are endless.
How one Canadian province is leading the way on criminal justice reform.