The NFL's zero tolerance policy on marijuana could be changing in the very near future. One former player says he "weeded when needed" to manage pain and many others do the same.
After dodging questions about his own cannabis use, the Denver Post's "marijuana editor" Ricardo Baca concedes, "I do use it on occasion, medically and recreationally."
Smart Approaches to Marijuana - the pitiful anti-pot organization led by former Sen. Patrick Kennedy - thinks weed "kills your drive." In a battle of Stoner Bowl billboards, the MPP begs to differ.
According to Wiz Khalifa's publicist, the rapper "has put together a Spotify playlist for those who plan to partake while watching Sunday’s game," Super Bowl XLVIII.
Justin Bieber's smiling mug shot belies the trouble he's in. On Jan. 23, the pop singer was arrested in Miami Beach for DUI, resisting arrest and driving without a license. He has pled not guilty.
As part of her recent broadside directed at Pres. Obama, Michele Leonhart not only took issue with the President's comparison of marijuana and alcohol, but also with the White House playing softball against drug-law reformers.
In a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Wednesday, Alabama Republican Jeff Sessions used Lady Gaga's recent admission of her so-called marijuana addiction to hammer away against the rising tide of legalization.
Several marijuana strains named after Super Bowl players are popping up in Denver and Seattle dispensaries. One named after Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch's nickname is called Beast Mode.