Marijuana measures passed in eight states on Election Day, led by adult-use legalization victories in California, Maine, Massachusetts and Nevada.
Marijuana legalization measures for recreational or adult use (Arizona, California, Maine, Massachusetts and Nevada) and for medical use (Arkansas, Florida, Montana and North Dakota) are all on the Nov. 8 ballot.
With five states with adult-use marijuana measures on the November ballot, CBS' chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook goes to Colorado to examine recreational cannabis legalization there nearly three years after it started in the "60 Minutes" segment, "The Pot Vote."
Colleges in New York and Vermont are the most popular for pot-loving students to attend, according the Princeton Review's 2016 report. For the second year in a row New York's Ithaca College tops the list.
Six weeks following his release by the Ravens, veteran offensive tackle Eugene Monroe has decided to retire from the NFL after just seven years in the league. Monroe has taken a stance in favor of medical marijuana in the last year.
Willie Nelson's long-awaited branded marijuana products, under the name Willie's Reserve, will debut this month and in August in Colorado and Washington legal-weed stores. To hype the roll-out, he's performing concerts in each state.
Like "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story" and "Spinal Tap," "Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping" is a high-larious send-up of the music industry, as seen through the comic lens of Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone, two thirds of the band the Lonely Island, whose frontman Andy Samberg plays the movie's lead.
Nebraska and Oklahoma hoped the Supreme Court would respond favorably to their 2014 suit regarding Colorado's legal adult marijuana market, but the High Court dismissed the challenge on Mar. 21. The states contend that marijuana crossing their borders is "placing stress on their criminal justice systems."
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio tends to repeat himself. In 2014, he said," I don't think there's a responsible way to recreationally use marijuana." Two weeks ago he said virtually the same thing: "There is no responsible way to smoke marijuana repeatedly. There’s nothing good about it."
It was big news in late 2013 when the Denver Post hired a marijuana editor who was tasked with running their online spinoff, thecannabis.co. Now the editor, Ricardo Baca, is the star of a movie that documents the paper's maiden voyage in the world of pot publishing.