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Election 2020

Arizona Backers Revise Legalization Measure After Legal Review

Just a few tweaks, nothing major, after the lawyers give the proposed initiative a good scrubbing.

How Elizabeth Warren Became a Cannabis Champion Without Ever Getting High

Long known as a progressive firebrand on issues related to inequality and corruption, Elizabeth Warren also regularly champions cannabis legalization in Congress.

Bernie Says He’d Legalize Cannabis Through Executive Order

Sanders, a longtime legalization advocate, said that as president, he would bypass partisan bickering in Congress and legalize cannabis through an executive order.

Debate Preview: Cannabis Could Fuel Harris–Biden Showdown

It's the last hurrah for some candidates. For others it'll be a stepping stone to the next round. Here's what to watch for.

Former Drug Warrior Biden Unveils Cannabis Decriminalization Plan

Automatic expungements and rescheduling included. But no federal adult use legalization.

Kirsten Gillibrand Explains Cannabis Privilege and We’re Here for It

The Democratic presidential candidate stands and delivers on a difficult question in a tough room.

Kamala Harris Evolved Slowly on Legalization, but She’s All About It Now

The California senator didn't support legalization in 2016. Now she does. What changed?

Montana Preps for Big Change in Cannabis Rules

A new law will let patients purchase from any dispensary in the state—but not until 2020.

Cannabis Exec Running for Senate in Kansas. Yes, Kansas

Former U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom, now a cannabis attorney, throws his hat in the ring.

Here’s Where the 2020 Presidential Candidates Stand on Cannabis

From Trump to Warren, Booker to Biden: We checked the receipts to bring you each candidate's policy and record on legalization.

This 2020 Presidential Hopeful Actually Has a Legalization Plan

Amid a crowded field of 2020 Democratic presidential candidates, nearly all of whom have said they support ending federal cannabis prohibition, few have laid out a plan to do it.