America’s experiment with legal weed is unlikely to be cost-free.
There is a case for the federal government to err on the side of restriction and use some of the legal means at its disposal to curb the proliferation of cheap pot.
Despite the opioid crisis, nationwide momentum for marijuana legalization appears to be gathering.
Some social libertarians support the idea of legal marijuana in the abstract, but would prefer if most of the dispensaries and habitual users they attract were concentrated in other parts of the state.
Is it Gary Johnson’s world? Not necessarily.
The initiative is up by more than 20 points.
A provocative argument in Esquire.
Moderate marijuana guru Mark Kleiman has harsh words for California’s new pot-legalization initiative.
Enthusiasm for full-fledged marijuana legalization seems to have declined somewhat in the past few years.
Legalization in Colorado hasn’t brought an end to the black market or raised as much tax money as predicted.