November 3, 2014 – With four marijuana legalization initiatives on ballots across the U.S., tomorrow’s midterm elections have come to be known as the “Marijuana Midterms.”
The case can be made that the push for legalization has more to do with increasing tax revenue for cash-strapped states. Even so, the developments are still encouraging for the freedom movement.
Though I’d like to see a more free market approach, the models of Colorado and Washington state (both legalized recreational marijuana use in 2012), and the proposed initiatives in Alaska, Florida, Oregon and Washington, D.C., will have to do. They certainly are steps in the right direction. Click to the next page to learn why . . .