Marijuana was the most talked about topic on the social network.
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Eleanor Holmes Norton said she would "not let history repeat itself."
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“Not in the White House, but in the bathroom,” Snoop told late-night host Jimmy Kimmel.
The former governor said he expects pot to be legal in most states in 10 years.
"We cannot depend on consistency or an aversion to hypocrisy to save our law," the D.C. lawmaker...
Pope Francis says "the problem of drug use is not solved with drugs."
The bill would provide $51.2B in funding to the Departments of Commerce and Justice.
The House on Thursday rejected a proposal to reduce funding for the Drug Enforcement Administration.
Hiring experts who have not smoked weed is "one of our challenges," the FBI director said.
A Friday investor alert warned about putting money into the pot-related sector.
ObamaCare, education and ISIS were also top topics.
Some 88 percent of Florida voters support medical marijuana.
A poll this year found that 63 percent of District residents support legalization.
The New York Times is calling for legal mariijuana nationwide.
Maryland Rep. Andy Harris (R) is trying to block D.C.'s decriminalization law.
Holmes Norton said the measure is offensive and will hurt minorities in the District.
The FDA trials will determine whether marijuana is safe to treat certain diseases.
Marijuana can be addictive, harmful and a gateway drug, according to research from the NIH.
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher's (R-Calif.) proposal passed in a 219-189 vote.
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The senator said it's a "worthless question" to ask politicians if they've smoked.
"Let's not bust these people," Rep. Sam Farr said.