The Los Angeles Times reports that: Questions on the impact of medical marijuana laws on teenagers' illicit use of the drug have been raised repeatedly by public health officials. One study suggests that allowing marijuana to be sold for medical purposes doesn't harm teens.
The Washington Post reports that: A Chicago alderman says he’s found a way for the city to raise desperately needed cash that will also keep more police officers on the street: Marijuana.
The Denver Westword reports that: Steve Ackerman, president of the Fort Collins Medical Cannabis Association and owner of the Organic Alternatives dispensary, notes that the final count in a vote to ban MMJ retail operations in his hometown won't be released until noon today.
"Obama must explain his broken promises..."
The Huffinton Post reports This week's news that support for the legalization of marijuana has reached a record high of 50% ought to bother Obama's re-election team a little bit.