Top 10 Marijuana Victories of 2012

This past year was undeniably the most productive 365-day period in the history of the marijuana policy reform movement. There were a number of significant accomplishments, but here is the Marijuana Policy Project’s list of the “Top 10 Marijuana Victories of 2012.” As with our previous annual lists, it includes neither important scientific developments nor important international developments. Rather, this list focuses on the biggest marijuana-related policy accomplishments in the U.S. in the last year.

To read the full list, please visit The Huffington Post.

 

6 thoughts on “Top 10 Marijuana Victories of 2012”

  1. 4 back surgeries.. Lots of pain… What can I do to push this along in Mississippi ? Is there any progress here?

  2. Minnesota should just legalize it cuz there is so much bud in Minnesota that it already seems legal just now everyone hiding there shot cuz the law still says its illeagle

  3. Minnesota should just legalize it cuz there is so much bud in Minnesota that it already seems legal just now everyone hiding there shot cuz the law still says its illegal

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