Willie Nelson keeps racking up Grammy Award awards. He won his 10th at the 2020 show and now has 52 total nominations since 1974.
Celebrities arrested for marijuana or other drugs in 2019 include two NFL players, four NCAA football players (Jordan Love, pictured), an NBA player, an NCAA basketball player, a former MLB player, six musicians, three actors, the founder of Cirque de Soleil, a former Playboy playmate and a Greek tycoon.
Democrat presidential candidate and former vice president Joe Biden refuses to support legalizing marijuana, instead insisting: "We should just study it and decriminalize it."
Movies that feature marijuana and other drugs continue to be a Hollywood staple. This year was lean on stoner comedies and heavy on druggy dramas, along with plenty of documentaries to choose from.
From Chong's Choice to Marley Natural to Willie's Reserve, here's our guide to the most popular, successful and currently available celebrity canna-brands.
Neil Young's American citizenship was held up by the U.S. Citizen and Immigration Service because of "certain marijuana related activities" until the Canadian-born rocker finally gained approval.
Of the candidates still in the running for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020, four - Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, Michael Bloomberg and Tom Steyer - have admitted to ever using marijuana.
Newcomer Koffee upset Steel Pulse, Third World, Sly & Robbie vs. Roots Radics and Julian Marley to become the first women to ever receive the Grammy for Best Reggae Album at the 2020 award show.
Linda Ronstadt, who's the subject of a current documentary, thinks marijuana and other drugs should be legalized.
The race is on to become the next U.S. state to legalize marijuana for adult and/or medical use in 2020. So far, measures in Mississippi, New Jersey and South Dakota have been approved for the November 3 ballot.