Marijuana: A Chronic History will look at the storied and strange history of Marijuana in America. Marijuana is the largest cash crop in the United States, accounting for $36 billion in revenue yearly. While many in the general public think of Marijuana as the "safe drug," it is referred to as a "gateway" drug that can open the door to the use of stronger substances. This illustrates the paradox of this drug, which is underscored by the fact that while the US has spent over $100 billion dollars to fight its import, sale, and distribution, 14 states have legalized it for medicinal purposes. Viewers will discover the changing social and legal landscapes of Marijuana in a fresh and compelling way.