Gov. Tony Evers' proposal would require approval from the state's Republican-controlled Legislature, which has expressed opposition.
Furloughed federal employees may be able to get up to an ounce of free pot.
The plaintiff, a doctor who is also licensed to prescribe cannabis, claims the prohibition violates his Second and Fifth Amendment rights.
Sixty-two percent of Americans are in favor of legalizing marijuana as more and more states move toward legalization.
After receiving violent threats online in connection to Gamergate, Massachusetts Democratic candidate Brianna Wu opens up about treating her PTSD with medical marijuana.
Aaron Sandusky is caged in a federal prison as he serves a 10-year sentence for running a state-legal medical marijuana business.
The drug, Epidiolex, reduces seizures in certain types of pediatric epilepsy.
At a hearing of the United States Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies, Attorney General Jeff Sessions expressed skepticism of medical marijuana, and of studies that show a negative correlation between medical marijuana availability and a opioid overdose.
Baby boomers return to weed after many years away from it.
With opioid addiction and abuse skyrocketing in America, doctors like me are forced to make uneasy choices.
The Knoxes are helping patients understand and reimagine medical cannabis.
The federal government is divided on whether the hemp CBD extract is legal.
Chronic pain patients simply cannot afford to be left out of the conversation. Their needs must be a part of the solution.
Los Angeles artist Becca Grumet has made a short film, a stage musical and a “Bachelor”-themed podcast all about weed.
Hope Wiseman is breaking barriers and breaking stigma.
With marijuana fully legal in California, women of color are fighting to repair harm done by its prohibition.
Marijuana brings in massive revenue for states with legal retail cannabis sales.
Some are more eager to run on marijuana than others.
Gardner said he's prepared to "take all steps necessary" to counter the attorney general.
For the third day in a row, marijuana is legally available for both purchase and consumption in California, for purely recreational