Despite marijuana being illegal on the federal level, at least nine colleges across the country are offering classes about cannabis.
Berkeley, California is making headlines with a new law that requires medical marijuana dispensaries to give away at least two percent of their pot to low-income residents. Supporters point out that even those who have a doctor's permission, cannot necessarily afford to pay for the pot.
A new curriculum in Colorado is devoted to the study of marijuana.
President Obama raised some eyebrows when he downplayed the risks of smoking marijuana, likening it to drinking alcohol or smoking cigarettes. Bishop Ron Allen, president of the International Faith Based Coalition, reacted strongly to the president's comments in an interview with Steve Doocy this morning.
An ad touting the benefits of marijuana stirred up much controversy after it ran for hours at NASCAR event on Friday.