He’s been saying it for 20 years, long before it was cool.
In advance of briefing Congress on US marijuana policy, Rick Steves—travel writer, PBS host, and passionate cannabis advocate—shares his views on the problems of prohibition.
"Marijuana is here to stay," travel guru Rick Steves said. States can either build more prisons to lock up drug users or "figure out a better solution."
From lawmakers to activists, we're sending a little love to our favorite canna-crushes for pushing legalization forward and fighting the good fight.
The PBS travel show host is one of the most beloved and trusted men in America. And he's one of the nation's most passionate and committed legalization advocates. Let your parents know about it.
Question 4, the measure to legalize and regulate the adult use of cannabis, has jumped out to a 15-point lead in the latest poll. What happened?
Every few years, PBS travel host Rick Steves embarks on what he calls a “barnstorming tour" for legalization. This week he's in Massachusetts to help boost Question 4.
Ohio MMJ bill arrives at governor's desk, the VA scraps a speech on cannabis, and Oregon wants you to start low and go slow with edibles.