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.
A California man has been sent to federal prison for selling medical marijuana despite never breaking state law. Obama should order an end to raids on legal pot shops, but he won't.
While most Christians support the Drug War, this Christian doesn't. Here's why the recreational legalization of marijuana in Washington and Oregon was the right thing to do.
The Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act of 2011 is still in committee, as the Global Commission on Drug Policy say war on drugs has failed.
Legalizing could see $5 million to $22 million of extra revenue each year to the state from taxation.
The Obama administration warns Washington and Colorado that it intends to enforce the federal law against recreational marijuana use.
The $1 trillion spent on the war on drugs in the last few decades is just the tip of the iceberg of the societal costs imposed by drug prohibition.
More states move forward on marijuana legislation while the federal government continues to drag its heels.