A Florida ballot initiative in November of 2014 would legalize the medicinal use and possession of marijuana in that state. A 60% majority will be needed.
A recent poll from the Huffington Post and YouGov indicates an overwhelming majority of Americans want marijuana approved for medicinal use.
Early this week, Washington D.C., our nation’s capital, decided to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana – up to an ounce.
China refused over 887,000 tonnes of GMO corn shipped from the U.S. since just last November, but may soon be accepting Syngenta’s GMO corn.
Advocates across New York are doing a month-long push to encourage their elected officials to pass the Compassionate Care Act and pass medical marijuana.
The largest chain grocery store companies in the US have agreed not to sell genetically modified salmon, but this GMO salmon won’t be labeled as such.
Amid powerful activism, it should come as no surprise that agencies like the FDA are concerned about whistleblowers leaking key intel to the public.
Minnesota is looking to change their marijuana laws, but the governor will only sign such a bill if it has support from law enforcement in the state.
It’s official, Alaska voters will soon decide whether or not to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in their state. Most support legalization.