Should the movement and the industry be doing more to support Bernie Sanders? Not necessarily. Here’s why.
In today's Shake: Further evidence MMJ is no joke, a new study on cannabis and pregnancy, and a deity — and his many followers — with a taste for cannabis.
In other news: Oakland welcomes a cannabis art show, Trudeau lets down Canadians, and a pair of Portland dispensaries want to give part of your purchase to a presidential candidate.
Will cannabis become an issue in Democratic primaries? Will Minnesota fix its choked medical program? Will "CannaCups" be a thing?
The Drug Policy Alliance Reform Conference is underway in Washington D.C., fostering far-reaching discussions on how to improve cannabis policy in the United States.
Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders is proposing a serious policy change that would end the federal prohibition of cannabis once and for all.
Bernie Sanders gave a speech at George Mason University, with the 2016 U.S. presidential candidate officially calling for the end of federal cannabis prohibition.
The Democratic presidential hopeful will announce a sweeping new policy proposal to end the federal scheduling of cannabis at a town hall meeting today.
At the first Democratic Debate in Las Vegas, Bernie Sanders went on the record as saying he would vote for recreational cannabis legalization in Nevada—if he could.