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New York Times Declares Support for Marijuana Legalization

By Victoria Kim

The editorial board threw its considerable weight behind legalization efforts on the ballot this November in Alaska, Oregon, and Washington D.C. MORE  

New Marijuana PSA Mocks Maureen Dowd’s Pot Freakout

By April M. Short/AlterNet

With tongue firmly planted in cheek, the Marijuana Policy Project warned edible consumers to "start low and go slow." MORE  

Boston Globe Editorial Calls for End of Heroin Prohibition

By Paul Gaita

A former New Jersey police officer passionately denounced arresting and imprisoning opiate addicts. MORE  

New York Times Runs First Ever Marijuana Ad

By Victoria Kim

The Gray Lady ran its first-ever advertisement for a marijuana-related business amidst mounting calls for the paper to change its drug testing policies. MORE  

Thousands Sign Petition Calling on New York Times to Stop Testing for Weed

By Shawn Dwyer

Despite endorsing legalization, the Times still has mandatory testing for employees. MORE  

New York Times Says: End Prohibition of Weed

By Shawn Dwyer

The Gray Lady has gone on record in throwing unequivocal support behind legalizing marijuana. MORE  

Morning Roundup: June 5, 2014

By Shawn Dwyer

NYT's Maureen Dowd eats pot and freaks out, former Dallas Cowboy in jail for DUI manslaughter could play again, and crime down in CO after legal weed. MORE  

A Moderate Proposal on Moderation

By Amy Dresner

Finally making a year sober AGAIN after 20 years of relapsing, I wake up to an article telling me I didn't need to be abstinent after all.  Not so helpful.  A rebuttal from somebody who's been abstinent with and without AA.   MORE  

New York State Next for Medical Marijuana?

By Paul Gaita

Despite Governor Cuomo's executive action on medical marijuana, there still remains uncertainty about how or even when patients can start using the drug. MORE  

Video: Coca-Cola "Cares" About Obesity

By Ben Feuerherd

In a new ad, the drinks giant claims it's concerned about Americans' health.  MORE  

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