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The country could become one of the world’s largest legal marijuana markets.
Eduardo Nicolas Alvear Gonzalez was caught on video smoking marijuana inside the U.S. Capitol during last month’s riot.
A circuit judge ruled that the measure, which was approved by voters last fall, would have created broad changes to state government.
Officials voted to exclude marijuana after cannabis activists said the law would take away their only legal place to smoke.
A “yes” vote on both referendums would arguably make the nation of 5 million one of the more liberal countries in the world.
Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome, or CHS, causes severe abdominal pain, nausea and “cyclic vomiting” among regular marijuana users.
The suspect approached the bench to discuss his sentence but instead expressed his views on legalizing marijuana before lighting up a marijuana cigarette and smoking it in front of the judge.
"They treat us like animals," he said of police searching his car while he performed in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Both Michigan and Illinois, which allows sales starting on Jan. 1, are officially joining nine other states that broadly allow marijuana sales.
The victim ordered his tea with "extra lemon," which he now believes was code for marijuana, since he found three bags of weed in his cup.
Veterinary experts share their advice for handling this increasingly common situation.
Officials don't intend to test the plants to see if they are marijuana or hemp because there is no criminal case.
A new study on rats could help explain why marijuana has different effects on people.
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced a proposal Saturday to legalize recreational marijuana statewide for people 21 and over by Jan. 1, 2020.
The industry sees beverages, delivery services and a lot more female consumers as the future of the marijuana business.
More and more elderly people are using pot to help them with all of their aches and pains.
“Is the enforcement and prosecution of marijuana possession making us safer as a city? The answer is emphatically no,” State’s Attorney Marylin Mosby said.
Long wait and lack of money plague efforts to offer financial aid and boost access to the booming industry.
But it will likely be a few years before Michiganders can legally buy cannabis at retail stores.