Actress Cynthia Nixon has made marijuana legalization a key component of her campaign to upset incumbent Gov. Andrew Cuomo. In an interview with Stephen Colbert, Nixon stressed arrest disparities in New York and admitted she's only smoked marijuana twice.
The British-born model and actress Emily Ratajkowski likes to smoke... pot, that is. Here, she poses with a spliff on Instagram.
There are now nine states that have legalized marijuana (Alaska, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, Oregon, Vermont and Washington), 13 more with decriminalization laws and 46 with medical-marijuana laws.
Roseanne Barr was back in the news this week with the revival of "Roseanne" on ABC. Her support of Donald Trump and his far-right agenda is a major part of the show's storyline. Trump clearly approves.
One of the most important political races in 2018 is Rep. Beto O'Rourke's attempt to unseat Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. On "Real Time," O'Rourke told Bill Maher that he supports ending federal marijuana prohibition.
Caught smoking out of an apple pipe nearly 17 years ago, actress Charlize Theron now says she uses pot to counter "really bad insomnia."
At just 32 years of age, comedian Bill Hicks passed away 24 years ago on Feb. 26, 1994 from pancreatic cancer. He's famous for his pro-drug rants. Watch the one called "Marijuana."
Prompted by Jimmy Kimmel, NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley went off on a marijuana tangent on Feb. 14, when he repeated the line, "I don't understand the fascination with pot."
On Mar. 9, Amazon Studios will release "Gringo," a druggy thriller that focuses on a medical "weed pill" called Cannabax and Mexican cartels starring Charlize Theron and David Oyelowo.