Anyone who has listened to or owned a copy of Dr. Dre’s iconic The Chronic or 2001 album, or anything by N.W.A, knows that Compton, Calif., is the home of West Coast gangsta rap. Dre and company put Compton on the map, along with other acts such as DJ Quik—and, more recently, Kendrick Lamar.
In an unprecedented move, the city of San Francisco will throw out thousands of marijuana convictions going back decades.
A Democratic congressman from Oregon has gone on record (well, TMZ Sports) saying that he is all for professional athletes using marijuana and that the NBA and NFL are stripping them of their rights to toke up—medically, that is.
I’m not saying that having Donald Trump as president is making everyone wish they were high, but a new poll reveals that Americans’ attitudes about the use and legalization of marijuana are quickly changing.
The Atlanta City Council has taken a giant step in the name of marijuana reform. An ordinance that decriminalizes the possession of small amounts of marijuana was unanimously passed by the council Monday.