Until now, critizing the marijuana industry in Colorado has been akin to heresy.
Over the last several years, the marijuana industry has mounted a multi-million-dollar campaign to persuade the public that marijuana is safe, all the while saturating the market with new, extremely high potency products.
With a more streamlined research process, real science could guide future marijuana policy reforms.
We need a humane drug policy—holistic strategies and programs that get people into recovery and reduce addiction's severe financial and human costs.
While legalization advocates insist their lobbying derives from a desire to increase racial equality and social justice, the real reason is far more cynical: the almighty dollar.
Legislators ought to vote 'no' on the MORE Act now before Congress.