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.
A few hundred people who want the state to change its marijuana laws are taking their campaign to the Pennsylvania Capitol.
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.
“The State has no more right to tell me what to put in my mouth, than it has to tell me what has to come out of my mouth.” – Milton Friedman
A new poll finds more New Jersey residents want to smoke pot than gamble over the Internet.
Police say a New Jersey man mixed Rice Krispies and oregano and sold it as marijuana to a 17-year-old for $210.
Police say a 61-year-old woman was arrested after officers observed her purchase marijuana from a man in Delaware.
If you find yourself in a state where your use of marijuana is legal, you’re still not protected from losing your job if you smoke.
Eagles WR DeSean Jackson says his tweet about ‘pot’ was in reference to his record label.
The Fourth Amendment says that a person can’t be subject to an unreasonable search and seizure by public officials. But the Supreme Court ruled, in some cases, it is okay to randomly drug test students.
Now that medical marijuana is legal in New Jersey, lawmakers are considering some new issues related to the measure.
Authorities in Delaware say they’ve arrested a man who allegedly shipped a box of marijuana from California to his home in Dover.
Police say a woman was arrested during a traffic stop after she picked up 50 pounds of marijuana from an United Parcel Services store.
Recreational use of marijuana has been legalized in a couple of states, but don’t look for Pennsylvania to join the trend anytime soon.