Experts: Maine, Michigan votes another ‘green light’ for marijuana legalization

November 9th, 2013 by admin Leave a reply »


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There appears to be a shift in the United States in favor of relaxing marijuana laws, a topic that has dipped in and out of the national conversation for decades. Public perceptions about pot have come a long way, from the dire warnings of Reefer Madness to growing acceptance of medical marijuana.There appears to be a shift in the United States in favor of relaxing marijuana laws, a topic that has dipped in and out of the national conversation for decades. Public perceptions about pot have come a long way, from the dire warnings of “Reefer Madness” to growing acceptance of medical marijuana.

Rick Ridder, left, high-fives Christian Sederberg at a victory party in downtown Denver. Advocates for Proposition AA celebrated on Tuesday, November 5, after The Associated Press and the Denver Post called the vote in their favor. Proposition AA would impose a pair of taxes on legal marijuana sales. Rick Ridder, left, high-fives Christian Sederberg at a victory party in downtown Denver. Advocates for Proposition AA celebrated on Tuesday, November 5, after The Associated Press and the Denver Post called the vote in their favor. Proposition AA would impose a pair of taxes on legal marijuana sales.

Members of a crowd numbering tens of thousands smoke and listen to live music at the<p>Article source: <a href=http://www.cnn.com/2013/11/09/us/marijuana-public-opinion/

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