These marijuana investors are ready to spend millions if California passes Prop 64 - The Mercury News

Anthony Viator, center, and other workers harvest marijuana plants on grower Laura Costa's farm near Garberville, Calif. A variety of organizations are laying the groundwork for a legal marijuana industry they say would boost California's economy.

The Marijuana Election - New York Times

I must be the most maladapted pothead in Maine. Since 2013, I have had a Maine medical marijuana authorization card, for treating painful nerve damage in my elbows and hands. The thing is, though, I don't actually like being high; it makes me feel a ...

The higher the Prop. 64 Yes vote, the better - The Leaf Online

Prop 64 buy at store This message is for the stoners who favor legalization but still aren't convinced that AUMA is the best possible law. Sure, there are plenty of social justice reasons to support the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, Proposition 64. It ...

Five states can vote to legalize marijuana on Election Day - The Independent

On Election Day, five states—California, Arizona, Maine, Massachusetts, and Nevada—will vote on making marijuana a legal recreational drug. In three others—Florida, Arkansas, and North Dakota—voters will decide if they want to legalize medical ...

Rally in SF Against Legalizing Recreational Marijuana in California - NBC Bay Area

The proposition that would legalize recreational marijuana in California has been one of the most talked about ballot initiatives in this election season. Michelle Roberts reports. (Published Monday, Nov. 7, 2016). The proposition that would legalize ...

The Big Picture 76: The Highs and Lows of CA Prop. 64 – A Christian Cop's Perspective - Patheos (blog)

Recently, producer Jefferson Drexler and I sat down with a friend of mine, Chris, who is a police officer here in Southern California to get a Christian police officer's perspective on the challenges Christians and other people of faith are facing and ...

Legalizing Pot and 10 Other Ballot Issues to Watch on Election Day - The Intercept

The presidential race and legislative offices aren't the only things on voters' ballots on Tuesday. Around the country, voters will also get to decide ballot measures that could change the lives of millions of Americans — offering them access to ...

No Matter What, the Gray Market for Marijuana Will Continue - The Marijuana Times

November 8, 2016 may be known to history as the “tipping point” that finally led to nationwide marijuana legalization in the U.S. With recreational legalization on the ballot in California, Nevada, Arizona, Maine and Massachusetts, tens of millions of ...

Election 2016: Marijuana Law Reform Takes Center Stage - eNews Park Forest

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When Does Prop. 64 Take Effect So We Can Smoke? - SF Weekly

As voters go to the polls and decide the fate of recreational marijuana in California, stoners are wondering — when can we start legally smoking weed? Joe Kukura; Mon Nov 7th, 2016 12:37pm; NewsTop Stories. (van_mij/Flickr). As voters go to the polls ...

Nancy Pelosi Becomes The Top-Ranked US Politician To Support Legalization - Civilized

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi recently made history by endorsing California's Proposition 64 - a ballot initiative that will legalize recreational cannabis in the Golden State. “I will vote for it, but I have not made a public statement about it ...

Legal weed: Tax jackpot or pipe dream? - CNNMoney

Voters in five states will decide Tuesday whether to legalize recreational marijuana, and a key argument for supporters is that it will bring in big tax revenue. In California, advocates say legal pot could generate $1 billion a year, with much of it ...

This election could be a turning point for marijuana legalization - Chicago Tribune

Ignored in the tumult of the presidential race is the fact that the 2016 election may be a milestone in the struggle to end marijuana prohibition. Five states — Arizona, California, Maine, Massachusetts and Nevada — all have marijuana legalization ...

Marijuana Legalization Movement Courting Moms To Back Prop. 64 - CBS Local

(KPIX 5) – For 20 years now, political pundits have been talking about, and obsessing over, “soccer moms.” But this year, they could be the key to legalizing marijuana for recreational use. From his Los Angeles home, longtime marijuana activist Kyle ...

Post-Election Marijuana Legalization Sparks Fears Of A 'Big Pot' Industry - Daily Caller

Marijuana legalization stands to gain massive ground on election day and is sparking a feud among advocates over the future of the commercial pot industry. While a record majority of Americans support legalizing marijuana, some are fearful it will ...

Voters in 5 States Decide on Recreational Marijuana Tomorrow - The Libertarian Republic

Never mind, I don't care and your vote is statistically meaningless and little is going to change. But there are some states where your vote can actually mean something. In some states, voters will be deciding on marijuana legalization. And I'm not ...

John Oliver Asks - Why Is Tuesday Voting Still A Thing? - Civilized

We all know Election Day in America always falls on a Tuesday -- more specifically, the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November. But have you ever wondered why? John Oliver explained this outdated electoral convention (and why it's ...

Ballot initiatives around the country - Constitution Daily (blog)

The presidential and political office elections aren't the only big deal on Tuesday. There are plenty of state ballot initiatives that could change life for many Americans. marijuana_hand According to the website Ballotpedia, 165 statewide ballot ...

From Pot to Guns, State Ballot Initiatives Are Bellwether of National Mood - NBCNews.com

As California voters head to the polls they'll face a slate of 17 initiatives ranging from the death penalty to legalizing recreational pot. It's a huge slate of choices for voters who, during this campaign cycle, have been inundated with nearly $100 ...

'There's a ton of fears': Voters to decide on marijuana legalization, death penalty laws - The Cannabist

Voters in 35 states will have the chance to weigh in on a host of ballot initiatives – about 160 in all – that could have a major impact on national drug, economic and tax policies. Election 2016. Stay primed: The latest election news · Pot politics ...