Lagging behind the other candidates in the mayoral race, New York's comptroller John Liu has proposed a radical plan for taxing and regulating marijuana.
The vast majority of the more then four million stop and frisks conducted by New York police on citizens over the last nine years have been unconstitutional, a judge has ruled.
The biggest story of the week was clearly Dr. Sanjay Gupta's stunning reversal on marijuana. Also in the news: Drug Czar Kerlikowske moves on, Robin Thicke gets high and "We're the Millers" opened.
Last week we posted the SSDP's coolest schools based on campus drug policies. The Princeton Review also rates what they call "Reefer Madness" colleges. This year Skidmore College is No. 1.
In advance of his special, "Weed," which airs Sunday on CNN, Dr. Sanjay Gupta tells Piers Morgan that he tried marijuana. In a column, Gupta explains why he changed his mind "about weed."