The research spans 20 years and looked at a sample of nearly 12 million students nationwide.
Chris analyzes the Eagles 2014 schedule, the case of an eye doctor in Havertown accused of selling marijuana out of his house, and a Supreme Court case involving the streaming company Aereo. He also talks to comedian Susie Essman from Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Dr. Paul Ezell and his 23-year-old daughter Victoria are facing drug charges after police seized marijuana plants and numerous items that consist of a growing and distributing operation.
Dozens have gathered at the steps of the New Jersey Statehouse to show their support for legalizing marijuana.
Think lighting up a joint every now and then is harmless? New research out of Northwestern University and Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School appears to dispute that belief.
That’s according to a Monmouth University/Asbury Park Press Poll that’s reportedly the first on the topic since NJ Senator Scutari introduced a marijuana legalization bill.
The 19-year-old Lower Pottsgrove man had smoked pot, then got behind the wheel of his car and struck and killed Merinda Thompson, who was jogging along North Lewis Road in Limerick.
A few hundred people who want the state to change its marijuana laws are taking their campaign to the Pennsylvania Capitol.
A New Jersey lawmaker wants to legalize marijuana, tax it and use the revenue to pay to fix the state’s roads and bridges.
Chris discusses the Supreme Court’s decision not to hear the controversial case of boobies bracelets, a bill introduced in Philadelphia City Council to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana, and John McCain’s appearance on David Letterman’s show. He talks to Rutgers Professor Dr. Rudy Bell about his objection to Condoleezza Rice delivering their commencement address and CNN’s Jeffrey Toobin about he appearance at the National Constitution Center.
A new poll shows that a large majority of Pennsylvania voters favor legalizing marijuana for medical purposes, but residents are divided over whether possession of even small amounts for recreational use should be legalized.
A high risk stop was conducted and both the driver, Joseph Cameron, Jr., a 20-year-old from Pennsville, and the passenger, Joseph Gant, also 20 and from Pennsville, were taken into police custody.
Police say the drugs were discovered Friday afternoon after troopers pulled over Marquis L. Maddox, of Philadelphia, for speeding on Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway.
The state attorney general’s office has charged a 64-year-old Pennsylvania grandmother with selling as much as 100 pounds of marijuana annually since 2009.
Councilman Jim Kenney wants to downgrade Philadelphia’s marijuana possession offense even further.