Aron Ranen filmed the Cannabis Club in New York back in 1997. Take a tour through a dispensary and meet the people who use it.
Hello Washington! Despite opposition from Congress, the District of Columbia will let residents smoke pot in their homes, but not on the street. So keep it indoors or on your patio, remember your home is your castle and off limits to the law. The law is a bit confusing, so the Mayor's office created this easy to understand infographic.
The recreational use of marijuana became legal in Alaska on Tuesday, however some regulations are still being drafted and police in at least one major city will enforce a ban on using weed in public places.
Alaska is the third state in the nation to legalize recreational use of marijuana, still a federally prohibited substance. The other two states Colorado and Washington have also allowed the recreational use of the drug.
Newsweek Special Editions presents Weed Nation, an in-depth look at the past, present and future of cannabis in our country.As more and more states vote to legalize medical and recreational marijuana. In this special issue there are interviews with politicians, doctors and lawyers as well as accounts from those who live in states that have gone fully legal, Weed Nation presents both sides of the debate and examines where our country might be headed on one of the most controversial issues of this decade.