New poll shows that D.C. wants legal weed

Ahead of Vox‘s favorite day to enjoy nature, D.C. gives us another reason to be glad Georgetown is located in such a liberal city. A new poll released today by the Drug Policy Alliance and the Marijuana Policy… Read More

First medical marijuana dispensaries set to open in District

Medical Marijuana has been legal for over two years in the District of Columbia, but, until now, the city lacked a regulatory framework for patients to purchase marijuana at licensed dispensaries. The district government recently licensed six facilities… Read More

Comments of the Week: Papa Razzi, we will miss you

Last week, students moaned the unfortunate closure of our beloved Papa Razzi. In a cry of despair, Jane Hoya voiced what many of us were thinking: THIS IS A TRAGEDY!! doo$h, as always, provided some helpful insight. And… Read More

Medical marijuana dispensaries approved by three of four ANCs

In the past few weeks, many Advisory Neighborhood Commissions in D.C. voted in favor of placing medical marijuana dispensaries in the city. So far, ANC 2B voted 7-0 in favor of a medical marijuana start-up Herbal Alternatives in… Read More

Prefrosh Preview: Off-campus news you can use

Just like last year, Vox is helping you get on top of “news you can use” with an excessively comprehensive review of last year’s important news stories. Today, we cover the off-campus issues that made headlines; noise, cronyism,… Read More

Charges dropped against Burleith pot-growing couple

At this morning’s preliminary hearing, charges were dropped without prejudice against Howard Arenstein and Orly Katz, the married pair of journalists caught growing marijuana in Burleith. According to Washington City Paper, the charges were dropped without prejudice at… Read More

Will Georgetown be the home of a marijuana dispensary?

According to the Georgetown Current [PDF], a one-time resident hopes to open a medical marijuana dispensary in Georgetown. The man, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, has not yet filed an application with the D.C. government. “I… Read More