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Oct 31, 2017

Germany's new coalition government in talks to legalize marijuana; What's up with Chris Christie's reefer madness and Obama's reefers?; Aaron Cobian from UC Berkeley SSDP on mass incarceration; Arizona prohibitionists really hate billboards that tell the

Oct 30, 2017

Montel Williams sues alleged CBD oil scammers; Cory Booker stands up against the lazy stoner stereotype; Dr. Mitch on the Trump Administration's response to the opioid crisis; We didn't legalize what people are doing with marijuana.

Oct 28, 2017

Sessions coy about possibility of a federal marijuana crackdown; Marijuana Moment looks at the next states to vote of marijuana reform in 2018; Urb Thrasher's Reefer Rock Review; Study shows marijuana users have more sex more often.

Oct 26, 2017

Trump declares a national emergency over drug overdose deaths; Kevin Caldwell from Commonsense NOLA on decriminalization in New Orleans; Clips from Jeff Sessions and Donald Trump harken back to Nancy Reagan and Richard Nixon

Oct 26, 2017

Gallup poll shows 64% nationwide support for marijuana legalization; Harrison Baum from Daily High Club, a monthly gift box delivery he founded; Digging deeper on the history of polls on marijuana legalization.