Come November, almost one-quarter of the U.S. population could be living in states that have toppled longstanding prohibitions on marijuana.
Five states will vote on measures to legalize and regulate the sale of recreational marijuana on Nov. 8, and with polls indicating that they could pass in all five, the national conversation around cannabis is likely to change drastically.
Marijuana is now legal for adults in Alaska. Alaska on Tuesday becomes the third U.S. state to end prohibition of marijuana, officially putting into effect Ballot Measure 2, approved by 53 percent of state voters in November. Alaska...
Ohio voters on Tuesday said "no" to a bill that would legalize recreational marijuana, local media projections indicated. If the measure had passed, Ohio would have been the most populous state to legalize recreational marijuana.
Alaska’s marijuana legalization is coming to vote for a second time this decade in the 2014 elections. The initiative, Measure 2, would make recreational marijuana legal for adults and regulate it similar to alcohol. In a related re...
As many as five states could approve its recreational use this November, potentially signaling a point of no return for legalized pot.