Marijuana use should not be regulated differently than any other mind-altering substances that pilots are currently allowed to consume.
The White House just released its 2013 National Drug Control Strategy, which fails to address the reality of America’s drug situation and suggests Obama will again be fighting a losing battle.
Despite the new drug policy released by the White House earlier this week, the GAO finds that the government's reforms for drug control have made no progress on many of their goals.
The week after 4/20, many are wondering why marijuana is still illegal. Well, I can think of a few reasons...
It is high time for both the U.S. and Brazil to help drug users seek treatment without fear of punishment, and allocate more resources to fight real criminals.
Read my responses to the top four most Mic'd PolicyMic commenters on why it's time for America's politicians to legalize marijuana.
As the governor of New Mexico, I made waves by becoming the highest ranking elected official to call for marijuana legalization. The tipping point is here, and politicians must follow suit.
Members of Congress are proposing to let state marijuana legalization slide. But can they overcome a renewed push to keep the drug war going?