The fight over marijuana in California is finally coming to television with a sober ad starring a former police chief who supports legalizing pot.
Support for California’s ballot measure to legalize marijuana has fallen behind in a new poll of likely voters two weeks before the Nov. 2 election.
Mexico’s drug traffickers are likely to lose customers in America’s largest pot consuming state if California legalizes marijuana, but they won’t lose much money overall because California’s residents already prefer to grow their own, according to a study released Tuesday.
California’s ballot measure to legalize marijuana has a new friend: Facebook co-founder Sean Parker has given $100,000 to back the proposal.
The campaigns for and against a California ballot measure that would legalize the recreational use of marijuana reported little cash on hand Tuesday as they headed into the race’s final month.
A small group of former law enforcement officials and prosecutors Monday endorsed a statewide initiative on the Nov. 2 ballot that would legalize marijuana possession and the use of small amounts of marijuana for those over 21.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The California Democratic Party is taking a neutral stance on a proposition that would legalize marijuana in California.