Recreational Marijuana

The majority of the voters in New Mexico would like to see marijuana legalized for recreational purposes, according to a new poll conducted by the Albuquerque Journal. The survey, which was published this past Sunday, finds that 61 percent of the voting public would support a measure aimed at establishing a taxed and regulated cannabis […]

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Image source: Cannabis Culture via Flickr. Marijuana’s expansion over the past two decades has been nothing short of phenomenal. In the mid-1990s, Gallup’s national poll showed that only a quarter of respondents favored legalizing cannabis nationwide, and not a single state had approved the drug for medical or recreational use. Today, 25 states have legalized […]

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Image source: Cannabis Culture via Flickr. Marijuana’s expansion over the past two decades has been nothing short of phenomenal. In the mid-1990s, Gallup’s national poll showed that only a quarter of respondents favored legalizing cannabis nationwide, and not a single state had approved the drug for medical or recreational use. Today, 25 states have legalized […]

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Image source: Cannabis Culture via Flickr. Marijuana’s expansion over the past two decades has been nothing short of phenomenal. In the mid-1990s, Gallup’s national poll showed that only a quarter of respondents favored legalizing cannabis nationwide, and not a single state had approved the drug for medical or recreational use. Today, 25 states have legalized […]

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Brian Lee Telegram Gazette Staff @BLeeTG Nov. 8 will be a critical juncture for U.S. marijuana laws, with five states to consider legalization of recreational use. Giuliano D’Orazio, 24, of Worcester, said he’ll vote in favor of the Massachusetts ballot question, which will ask Bay State voters to decide if use, growth and possession of […]

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Recreational marijuana proposals burned up in the Massachusetts legislature last spring but a ballot measure will let voters decide for themselves this November. And the measure is being felt across the border in upstate New York. If passed, Massachusetts residents age 21 and older would be able to carry an ounce of pot, store ten […]

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