In a segment on her HLN show, Nancy Grace baits rapper 2 Chainz with loaded marijuana questions, but then agrees with him that police perhaps should have better things to do than to bust him for a joint.
In a "Late Show" gag, David Letterman mistakenly ate a brownie intended for his musical guest Willie Nelson. When he learned that the tin of edibles was loaded, Letterman deadpanned, "Those brownies are primo."
Talk about viral videos. "Grandmas Smoking Weed for the First Time" has already had 14 million views in just three days. It features Paula, Dorothea and Deidre taking bong and vaporizer hits somewhere in Washington State.
"Who will be the next marijuana millionaire?" is the key question asked by the producers of the Denver-based web reality series, "The Marijuana Show." The premiere episode features several pitches and has a flashy style.
DPA executive director Ethan Nadelmann gave a stirring TED talk in October in Rio de Janeiro, before Oregon, Alaska and Washington, DC legalized marijuana. "This backward, heartless, disastrous War on Drugs has got to end," he said