Nationwide arrests have increased 14 percent.
Small-time pot users—those who use less than two ounces and who face a judge for the first time—rarely go to jail, but a measure making its way through the Missouri Senate would ensure they don’t.
Some Missouri state legislators are talking about decriminalizing marijuana—at least medical marijuana, on a very limited basis.
A man who was traveling through Idaho says he was targeted by police because he had a Colorado license plate. The Denver Post has the full story here.
Kinky Friedman is a candidate running for the office of Agriculture Commissioner in the state of Texas. Kinky talks about the war on drugs and why he believe Marijuana should be legalized nationwide, in addition […]
Marijuana Policy Project Communications Director Mason Tvert sat down with us to talk about their ad that was pulled from a “Jumbo-tron” on the outside of Indianapolis Motor Speedway during the Brickyard 400. A & […]
A new survey commissioned by a pro-Marijuana group claims a majority of Missourians favor legalization.
Calling it a “waste of time and resources,” a St. Louis police officer signs up to lobby state lawmakers to reduce penalties for marijuana possession.
If a St. Louis alderman has his way, the possession of a small amount of marijuana would be treated basically like a traffic ticket.
It’s believed to be worth $40 million on the street.