The medical marijuana debate is in full swing in the state of Minnesota as legislation to legalize the drug for medical use is near passage, and could hit Governor Dayton's desk this year, but he had said some things recently that supporters of medical marijuana didn't like, and they are taking to the airwaves to let him know.
Jennifer Aniston still has sex appeal, a lot of sex appeal, as you'll see in this new trailer for the upcoming movie 'We're The Millers'. In the movie Aniston portrays a cheap stripper recruited by the marijuana dealing Jason Sudeikis to be his wife in an imaginary family that he created to help him smuggle pot across the Mexican border.
First it was salvia. Now it’s sarcasm. That’s how Miley Cyrus and her team are addressing what could become a PR crisis for the singer. Cyrus’ rep chalked the teen queen’s latest dalliance with marijuana up as “sarcasm.”
According to a new Gallup poll, 50 percent of American adults favor legalizing marijuana, the highest percentage in Gallup’s 42-year history of asking that question. Forty-six percent of Americans believe marijuana should remain illegal.
Getting caught green-handed with marijuana is never a good thing, but when it's your fourth arrest on the same charge, it's a very, very bad thing.
Cornell Hood II learned that truth the hard way after a jury in Louisiana sentenced the repeat offender to life in prison.
The quasi-legalization of marijuana has produced quite an unintended side effect: Now one percent of all electricity used in the United States is spent on growing cannabis indoors.
Analysis from Evan Mills at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory also found that in California, where marijuana can be grown legally for medicinal purposes, the state's 400,000 authorized growers consume an amazing