Utah Patients Coalition hopes to get the issue on the ballot in 2018.
Russians are looking back fondly on the days of total prohibition.
New study shows American’s quest to jail its way out of a drug problem is a huge failure.
The pro-cannabis group MILegalize claims to have the financial and public backing to get recreational legalization on the state's 2018 ballot.
Some Sunshine State cannabis advocates are upset that the legislation still doesn’t allow for smokeable marijuana.
“Attorney General Jeff Sessions rolled back the clock to the 1980s, reinstating the harsh, indiscriminate use of mandatory minimum drug sentences.”
There are as many canna-biz employees as there are dental hygienists.
A study of insurance data claims legal weed is causing more car accidents, but another group of researchers is calling BS, saying states with legal weed have seen no increase in collisions.
But there still isn’t enough backing for measures aimed at ending federal marijuana prohibition.
The Russian investigation looms larger than ever, but don’t let that distract you from the detrimental health care reform that the GOP is trying to sneak through the Senate.