Some marijuana opponents are turning to the courts and local officials to undo, or at least defang, the measures.
The legislation contains racial justice provisions addressing harms caused by the war on drugs.
Marijuana legalization enjoys support from a clear and bipartisan majority of voters.
Some educators are abandoning scare tactics and turning to harm reduction.
Allowing legal cannabis businesses to access banking services won’t undo the drug war’s racist legacy.
The widespread cultivation of industrial hemp could be a cheap way to fight pollution.
Sound science should guide marijuana policy, not conservative bias based on outdated myths.
Portland is directing grants to weed shop owners in communities disproportionately affected by the war on drugs.
If Democrats don’t make bold moves, President Trump could take credit for ending federal prohibition.