Should marijuana use be legal?
July 28th, 2014
02:36 PM ET
2 days ago

Should marijuana use be legal?

Washington (CNN) – Around half the public says that marijuana use should be legal, according to recent national polling.

Forty-eight percent of those questioned in a CBS News survey in early May said that the use of marijuana should be legal, with 47% disagreeing. The poll suggested partisan, gender and generational divides, with a majority of men, younger Americans, Democrats and independents saying recreational pot should be legal. Women, those 45 and older, as well as Republicans, disagree.

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Filed under: CNN/ORC International poll • Marijuana • Polls
In Colorado, Christie doesn’t shy away from pot comments
July 23rd, 2014
07:52 PM ET
7 days ago

In Colorado, Christie doesn’t shy away from pot comments

(CNN) – While in Colorado on Wednesday, Chris Christie said he’s “not backing off an inch” from his previous comments against the state’s decision to legalize marijuana.

“What I said is what I believe,” the New Jersey Republican governor said. “I think legalizing marijuana is the wrong thing to do from a societal perspective, from a governmental perspective.”

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Filed under: Chris Christie • Colorado • Marijuana
Oregonians to vote to legalize recreational marijuana
July 23rd, 2014
10:06 AM ET
1 week ago

Oregonians to vote to legalize recreational marijuana

(CNN) - A citizen-led petition to place legalization of recreational marijuana on the November ballot in Oregon obtained enough signatures, making the Beaver State the next place pot could be legally sold, bought and consumed.

More than 88,500 people signed the petition, enough to place the initiative before voters on November 4.

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Filed under: Marijuana • Oregon
History of marijuana in America
July 21st, 2014
09:30 AM ET
1 week ago

Poll: Coloradans say no to pot in bars and clubs

(CNN) - Voters in the first state to allow the sale of recreational marijuana say pot use should be limited to the home or members-only clubs, with no lighting up in bars or clubs, according to a new poll.

A Quinnipiac University survey released Monday also indicates that a majority of Colorado voters still support legal marijuana sales, six months after the law kicked in.

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Filed under: Colorado • Marijuana
July 9th, 2014
06:21 AM ET
3 weeks ago

Obama offered pot during night out in Denver

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(CNN) – "Do you want to hit this?" a man asked President Barack Obama in a bar in Denver Tuesday night. The president laughed but didn't indulge.

It wasn't the only time Obama was offered weed on his night out. That's apparently what happens in Colorado, which recently legalized recreational marijuana.

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Filed under: Afghanistan • Colorado • Immigration • John Hickenlooper • Marijuana • President Obama
Rick Scott would sign bill in favor of medical marijuana
May 2nd, 2014
10:49 AM ET
3 months ago

Rick Scott would sign bill in favor of medical marijuana

(CNN) – Republican Gov. Rick Scott of Florida said he would sign a bill that legalizes a limited strain of medical marijuana.

The state House passed the measure on Thursday, and the state Senate is expected to pass it on Friday, the last day of the legislative session. Both houses are controlled by Republicans.
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Filed under: Florida • Marijuana • Rick Scott
Majority in Colorado say legal marijuana good
April 28th, 2014
08:55 AM ET
3 months ago

Majority in Colorado say legal marijuana good

(CNN) - Most voters in the first state to legalize recreational marijuana say the move was good for their state, according to a new poll.

But a Quinnipiac survey of Colorado voters also indicates there's wide partisan and generational divides over the issue.

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Filed under: Colorado • Marijuana • Polls
Christie on pot: Colorado law 'not the quality of life we want'
April 21st, 2014
08:47 PM ET
3 months ago

Christie on pot: Colorado law 'not the quality of life we want'

(CNN) – New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie repeated his well-known opposition to legalizing marijuana in his state, and sharply criticized one that has done just that – Colorado.

Christie was asked by a caller on his monthly "Ask the Governor" radio program on New Jersey 101.5 about revenue and other business benefits of decriminalizing pot.

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Filed under: 2016 • Chris Christie • Colorado • Marijuana • New Jersey
Christie: 'I'll consider' edible medical marijuana for adults
April 3rd, 2014
06:00 PM ET
4 months ago

Christie: 'I'll consider' edible medical marijuana for adults

Sayreville, New Jersey (CNN) - Gov. Chris Christie said Thursday he's willing to think about legalizing medical marijuana in edible form for patients above the age of 18.

"If there becomes a large adult population that needs this type of edible (marijuana), I'll consider it," the New Jersey Republican said at a town hall in Sayreville.
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Filed under: Chris Christie • Marijuana
At town hall, Christie talks bridge scandal, pot and missing plane
March 20th, 2014
02:20 PM ET
4 months ago

At town hall, Christie talks bridge scandal, pot and missing plane

Flemington, New Jersey (CNN) - New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was asked Thursday about the George Washington Bridge scandal for the first time at a town hall since the controversy that's roiling his administration made national headlines in January.

The Republican governor also got into a heated debate with a resident about his marijuana policy, and was later asked about the missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner.
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Filed under: Chris Christie • Marijuana • New Jersey
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