medical cannabis

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration has estimated that the legalization could bring the state about $350 million annually.
The country could become one of the world’s largest legal marijuana markets.
Both Michigan and Illinois, which allows sales starting on Jan. 1, are officially joining nine other states that broadly allow marijuana sales.
M. Russell Ballard of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints also said the country's behavior needs to improve.
Now clear to fly the friendly skies: hemp-derived CBD, and FDA-approved medicine containing CBD.
Advocates say several medical conditions that disproportionately affect black residents aren’t included on the lists approved for prescribing CBD oil.
Most Americans now live in states where marijuana is legal in some form.
“This is a New Year’s gift" to the Thai people, a top lawmaker said of the vote.
But it will likely be a few years before Michiganders can legally buy cannabis at retail stores.
Marijuana tax revenue has the biggest impact when there’s little other industry in town.
The Utah Medical Cannabis Act was signed into law after lawmakers changed a bill approved by voters.
The plaintiff, a doctor who is also licensed to prescribe cannabis, claims the prohibition violates his Second and Fifth Amendment rights.
The victories in Michigan, Missouri and Utah expand the significant gains in the movement to legalize marijuana.
Sixty-six percent are on board with legal weed, according to a new Gallup poll.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is "thrilled" to be part of an effort to "alleviate human pain and suffering,” a leader said.
The former Mexican president believes trade agreements on pot will boost the economies of both Mexico and the U.S.
Aaron Sandusky is caged in a federal prison as he serves a 10-year sentence for running a state-legal medical marijuana business.
Progressives won in Maryland, New York and even Oklahoma.
It becomes the 30th state to legalize the plant for medical purposes.
A Gallup poll from October shows that 64 percent of Americans favor making marijuana legal.