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All the state-level marijuana polling you need, in one place.

Medical marijuana doesn't just ease pain -- it could actually save people's lives

But marijuana remains more difficult to research than cocaine or heroin.

The study looked at the marijuana habits of 1 million U.S. adolescents over a period of 24 years.

The infamous anti-drug group publishes a fake news story on its Web site.

How Denver police are spreading the word about marijuana enforcement on social media.

And other findings from a new Pew poll.

Swing state voters like marijuana better than Clinton, Bush or Paul -- or anyone else, for that matter.

Move over, California: Mood-altering drug use is highest in the South

Marijuana arrests have fallen by 95% in Colorado, but some racial disparities still remain.

The DEA's marijuana eradication program faces shrinking funds and changing attitudes.

Don't suspend kids caught with drugs -- talk to them instead.

28 states have already reformed their marijuana laws -- what's he waiting for?

A Virginia 6th grader was suspended for bringing pot to school -- even though authorities know he didn't.

Drug warriors take their grievances to the courts.

Half the country already has medical marijuana. Three senators want Congress to catch up.

It's clear a majority of Americans support legalization of marijuana.

It's hard to see how justice is being served here.

Who will think of the bunnies?

New study: We should stop fighting marijuana legalization and focus on alcohol and tobacco instead

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