This weekend, the Marijuana Policy Project will run this ad at the Brickyard 400, the annual NASCAR race run at the Indianapolis Speedway.
|By: Elliott Sunday July 28, 2013 7:00 am|
|By: Jon Walker Wednesday April 17, 2013 11:55 am|
According to a new PPP poll for the Marijuana Policy Project, the people of Washington D.C. overwhelming support marijuana legalization.
If a legalization initiative, like the ones on the ballot last year in Colorado and Washington State, was to be placed on the ballot in the District it would be supported by 63 percent of D.C. voters. The poll found only 30 percent of District residents would oppose it
|By: Jon Walker Thursday February 16, 2012 4:04 pm|
An overwhelming 63 percent of voters in the state of Vermont support reducing the penalty for simple marijuana possession to a small fine, according to new polling of registered voters by PPP for the Marijuana Policy Project.
|By: Jon Walker Friday February 3, 2012 11:50 am|
As a country we are quickly approaching a critical cultural and political tipping point on this issue.
|By: Jon Walker Tuesday January 17, 2012 1:20 pm|
Andrew Sullivan is still trying to defend his absurd claim that Obama somehow deserves credit for growing support for marijuana legalization. In fact, though, while the decades long trend towards greater support for marijuana legalization hasn’t stopped since Obama took office, it has continued despite the Obama Administration’s overt opposition.
|By: Michael Whitney Friday November 5, 2010 3:08 pm|
Cross your fingers: things aren’t looking too bad for Arizona’s medical marijuana ballot initiative. Initially down by more than 7,000 votes on Election Night, Prop 203 is now down by less than 4,500 votes as hundreds of thousands of ballots are counted.
|By: Michael Whitney Thursday November 4, 2010 3:46 pm|
It’s not over yet for Arizona’s Proposition 203 to legalize medical marijuana in the state. While the initiative is down by less than 1%, the results are not final.
The Marijuana Policy Project – which put the initiative on the ballot and provided major funding and support for the campaign – reports that there are up to 300,000 ballots to be counted.
|By: Michael Whitney Wednesday July 28, 2010 2:25 pm|
Earlier this month the DEA conducted several coordinated raids of California medical marijuana dispensaries and collectives. Problem is, these DEA raids are in direct opposition to the directive issued by President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder last year that designated raids on legal medical marijuana dispensaries to “not be a priority” for the DEA. Today, Firedoglake publisher Jane Hamsher joined drug policy reform organizations and a conservative group, led by the Marijuana Policy Project, in condemning the DEA’s raids.