The leaders of several Latin American nations on the front lines of the battle against drugs said Tuesday that a California ballot measure to legalize marijuana would send a contradictory message from the United States.
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.
President Barack Obama’s drug czar says federal officials haven’t ruled out taking legal action if California voters pass a ballot initiative to legalize recreational medical use.
Attorney General Eric Holder says the federal government will enforce its marijuana laws in California even if the state’s voters approve a ballot measure to legalize the drug.
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.
One of the most hotly contested ballot measures in the November election will be Proposition 19, the measure to legalize marijuana.
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.
California Democrats cling to narrow leads in three high-profile state-wide races as early voting begins, according to the latest exclusive SurveyUSA polling for CBS 5. The poll also found puffed up support for Proposition 19, which would legalize marijuana.