I couldn’t find a single person at the State of Marijuana Conference ’16 on the Queen Mary this week willing to predict anything other than success for Proposition 64, the measure that could legalize cannabis in California for adult recreational use.
Polls continue to show that almost two-thirds of California’s likely voters support passage, though things could tighten up closer to election day.
No question, a pungent wind is blowing across America.
Already, adult use of marijuana is legal in Washington, Oregon, Colorado and Alaska.
In November, voters in...