“Jews realize that cannabis is going to be the next internet.”
The Israeli parliament passed a bill that would retroactively legalize some illegal West Bank settlements built on private Palestinian land.
Le’Or, founded about a year ago with seed funding from Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soap Company, wants to convince American Jews that ending marijuana prohibition belongs on the progressive Jewish communal agenda alongside marriage equality and immigration reform.
Is smoking pot kosher for Passover? Sorry, but it’s forbidden, especially for Ashkenazi Jews — even on 4/20, an unofficial marijuana celebration day.
For the first time ever, more Americans are in favor of the legalization of marijuana than not. We chatted with activist Mason Tvert about Mary Jane.
Retired Rhode Island Congressman Patrick Kennedy is taking aim at what he sees as knee-jerk support for marijuana legalization among his fellow liberals, in a project that carries special meaning for the self-confessed former Oxycontin addict.
After a decades-long campaign to legalize marijuana hit a high mark in 2012 with victories in Washington state and Colorado, its energized and deep-pocketed backers are mapping out a strategy for the next round of ballot-box battles.