Despite support being an all-time highs, significant obstacles remain in place for the marijuana industry.
We need to reconsider mandatory minimum sentencing, longer sentences in general and plea bargaining.
In November, five states may legalize recreational pot.
Even in states where cannabis has legal outlets, almost a third of product sold is illicit.
Federal restrictions limiting legal cannabis to one source are slowing research.
Critics say the state has not done enough to assist those struggling find housing, jobs amid a new business boom.
"Policy has failed to curtail demand or supply, or reduce the harm that drugs cause," medical leader says.
With three more states voting in November on whether to legalize marijuana, Beau Kilmer, an expert on the subject, describes the latest state of play.
From Purple Cat Piss to hash oil personal lubricant, you can buy some strange things at Uncle Ike's Pot Shop.
Charlo Greene made headlines for resigning on air, saying she'd advocate for marijuana legalization.
The fight to legalize marijuana isn't just about young stoners wanting to get high.
The big game is seen as boosting pot sales, and some also feel it could help injured players.
"I don't see how (the new laws) can be compatible with existing conventions," the executive director of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), told reporters.