Discrimination, the act of treating some people different from and less favorably than others, is something that used to be prevalent in the hospitality industry. Hotels and restaurants can be considered a "place of public accommodation" where discrimination can take place. Nowadays, there are several laws that protect against discrimination in such places. Businesses are prohibited from discriminating against people, unless there is a relevant reason to refuse business.
Congress's year-end spending bill provides momentum for weed legalization, but it's not all clear skies for marijuana reform. Ricky talks to a panel of drug policy experts about where the movement is headed in 2015.