California Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, medical marijuana champion, facing tough GOP primary challenge

SANTA ANA, Calif.–Rep. Dana Rohrabacher was already having a tough election year. The Orange County Republican has drawn more than a half-dozen Democratic challengers, some of whom have raised more money than the 15-term congressman. Election handicappers declared his race a toss-up, protesters have shown up at his home and…

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Pro-marijuana legalization Dem J.B. Pritzker wins primary for Illinois governor’s race

Published: Mar 21, 2018, 8:11 am • Updated: Mar 21, 2018, 8:11 am By Sara Burnett and John O’Connor, Associated Press CHICAGO — The race for Illinois governor will be a battle between two deep-pocketed candidates who’ve already sunk more than $ 120 million of their own money into the…

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Pro-Marijuana Candidates Win, Anti-Medical Candidates Lose in Michigan Primary Elections

FLINT- Tuesday’s Primary elections in Michigan were a success story for the medical marijuana advocates who were running, and a horror story for those who’ve made their career out of prosecuting the state’s sick and injured. Notorious Gaylord-area Prosecutor Mike Rola, who authorized massive raids against medical marijuana businesses on…

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Going Into Wisconsin Primary Bernie Sanders Promotes Marijuana Reform

Today is the day that the Wisconsin primary election will take place. On the Democrat side, there are 86 delegates at stake. As much as the mainstream media likes to skew the current delegate count between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders by lumping in super delegates in the total, the…

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South Carolina Primary Voters Support Ending Mass Incarceration, Decriminalizing Drug Possession, Treating Drugs As A Health Issue

A large majority of South Carolina presidential primary voters across party lines support ending mass incarceration, and a substantial majority support decriminalizing drug possession outright, according to a new poll released by the Drug Policy Alliance. 70 percent of voters in the upcoming first Southern state primary consider substantially reducing…

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