Gov. Andrew Cuomo called a law that went into effect Wednesday "a new chapter in the criminal justice system."
Scientists sued the DEA when it didn't follow through on its 2016 promise to allow more growers to supply cannabis for research.
“We have given marijuana the status of medicine with none of the standards.”
What were they smoking?
“She put over 1,500 people in jail for marijuana violations and then laughed" when asked if she'd ever smoked weed, Gabbard said at the Democratic debate.
The bear hangs around the dispensary so much that employees have nicknamed it "Cheeseburger."
The legislation would invest tax revenue from the cannabis industry in communities hurt most by the War on Drugs.
A new study on rats could help explain why marijuana has different effects on people.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker (D) signed a bill this week set to legalize cannabis use in the state.
She earned her doctorate with a dissertation titled: “Black names in white classrooms: Teacher behaviors and student perceptions.”
The proposal would use recreational marijuana taxes to fund drug war reparations.
The measure would legalize marijuana and also allow for sweeping pardons of low-level offenders.
Now clear to fly the friendly skies: hemp-derived CBD, and FDA-approved medicine containing CBD.
But before any pilot program can actually move forward, Massachusetts legislators will have to amend state law.
The Garden State won't be getting any greener; for now, at least.
Passengers are toting the 50-pound carry-on limit to states where the pot price is higher, a The Los Angeles Times report says.
The legislation, which was first unveiled last year, would declassify cannabis as a controlled substance.
The Lone Star State leads the nation in marijuana arrests. Reformers hope this bill can change that.