The U.S. would save $7.7 billion in enforcement
marijuana was legalized, and gain another $6 billion in taxes,
according to a petition signed by 300 economists.
After months of painting Mitt Romney as a centrist
flip-flopper, the Obama campaign has now decided to
ag him as a rigid right-winger. Next week, they'll see if they
can convince us he's a Martian.
A 50-year-old frequent-flyer who had enough of TSA attention
gave the security detail an eyeful when he stripped naked at
Portland International Airport to protest the harassment.
As the United States enters its 72nd year of marijuana prohibition, it's time to consider legalizing pot once and for all, for at least three reasons: 1. The tax revenue and savings in law enforcement costs. A 2005 cost-benefit anal...
Earlier this month, the White House launched "We the People," a website that allows citizens to create and sign petitions directed at the White House for issues they care about. Senior advisor David Plouffe said at the time, "If a p...
300 economists, including three Nobel laureates have signed a petition urging the United States Government to pay attention to the findings of Harvard economist Jeffrey Miron. Miron’s paper suggests that if the Federal Government w...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has taken a really firm stand against legalizing marijuana in the state in the past, and today he really upped the ante by calling money obtained through pot taxes "blood money."
Over 300 economists, including three Nobel Laureates, recently signed a petition that encourages the president, Congress, governors and state legislatures to carefully consider marijuana legalization in America. The petition draws a...