Recently, I had my attitude checked in a marijuana dispensary. You read that right: a weed shop. If you know me personally, and are judging me right now, save it 'til the end; you may be checking your attitude too. If you don't know me, then read on, but this may be checkmate.
Kevin McCarthy is not worthy. Of using the English language correctly, among other things. Amusingly, though, this will likely not stop him from becoming the next speaker of the House.
Next time you pick up a joint, you may want to think carefully about where it came from. The marijuana you're smoking is
Congress must thoroughly review the tactics that place agents and contractors in cozy contact with the cartels they are supposed to be dismantling. It must also take this opportunity to consider whether the DEA is fulfilling its mandate -- and to reassess that mandate.
Adults in Illinois would be able to use small amounts recreational marijuana without fear of jail time under two bills introduced
The specific concern about hash oil is reflective of a larger question about the measure -- one on which the campaigns disagree: When it comes to the rule-making process outlined in the initiative, how much room is there for adding limitations?
Colorado health officials quickly backed away from a ban on nearly all edible forms of pot. As other states move to legalize marijuana, we look at policy initiatives that will keep pot legal and safe.
Teacher pensions have been a hot topic in Illinois for a while now. With the state drowning in debt, in large part because of unfunded pension liabilities, it's hard to be a teacher around here these days. But, for school administrators, life in the education sphere is a little more glamorous.
Alabama could become the first state in the South to allow the use of a medicine derived from marijuana.
"We have some challenges in our state when it comes to substance abuse," Hassan said. "We need to be focusing on that, and
Much of the new support for legalization comes among independent voters, 62 percent of whom now support it, up from just
The online poll found that 47 percent said it should be legal to grow marijuana, while 37 percent said it shouldn't. A partisan
Throughout early American history, marijuana use was legal under both federal and individual state laws. In fact, from 1850 to 1941, cannabis was included in the United States Pharmacopoeia as a recognized medicinal. By the end of 1936, however, all 48 states had enacted laws to regulate marijuana.