Republican Gov. Phil Scott previously said he would sign the recreational pot bill before Monday, but late Sunday it was unclear if he had done so.
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Advocates for medical marijuana have tried to get the issue on the ballot before, but so far have not succeeded.
Jeff Sessions may have succeeded in finding common ground for conservatives and liberals where others have failed.
The owners of a medical marijuana shop and two medical marijuana users are suing to stop Maine from implementing new medical marijuana regulations.
A previously weed-friendly rural Northern California county has reversed course and banned commercial marijuana farms, paving the way for lawsuits.
A Florida lawyer was disbarred Thursday for telling clients it was OK to possess, use and grow medical marijuana — more than two years before legalization.
Vermont Republican Gov. Phil Scott says he expects to sign a bill before Monday that will legalize the recreational use of marijuana.
Two Tennessee lawmakers have introduced legislation to make a limited form of medical marijuana legal in Tennessee: cannabidiol oil (CBD) products.
Authorities raided three illegal marijuana grows in the Falcon area Wednesday, seizing 175 plants, 5 pounds of processed marijuana, firearms and $5,000 in cash.
Nevada regulators have tentatively given cannabis retailers a green light to begin home deliveries for the first time since recreational sales became legal.
Sen. Dan Seum said Wednesday that Kentucky should join the legalization trend flourishing elsewhere.
Democratic candidate for governor Matt Flynn says if elected he would pardon everyone who has low-level marijuana convictions.
Authorities say a man fired a gun several times outside an upscale Los Angeles-area hotel in a fit of rage after staff told him to get rid of his marijuana.
A marijuana legalization panel in Maine has voted to delay voter-approved marijuana social clubs until 2023.
A group representing marijuana business owners in six western states is urging Congress to include language in a government spending bill that would protect cannabis operations.
80-year-old Patrick Jiron and his 70-year-old wife, Barbara, were in Lancaster County Court on Jan. 10 and charged with possession of drug money.
The American Civil Liberties Union called last week for a court in New Hampshire to suppress evidence against 18 people charged with drug possession after being stopped by Customs and Border Protection agents last summer.
Rat poison is contaminating threatened northern spotted owls in California forests, and marijuana farms appear to be to blame, according to a study.
Tuscaloosa Police acknowledged officers encountered Foster and “found probable cause to arrest him.” They did not address whether he was pulled over, why police suspected he had marijuana or how much they say he had.
The federal government says grass and guns don’t mix, and that is putting gun owners who use marijuana — and the strongly pro-gun-rights administration of President Donald Trump — in a potentially uncomfortable position.
Parents Jim and Maureen Surin contend a law banning marijuana on school grounds violates the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Opinion: The New Hampshire Legislature shouldn’t move forward on marijuana legislation until they have results from a commission set up to study legalization.
Nearly 20 percent of state-licensed marijuana retailers in a recent undercover operation sold pot to underage buyers, according to Oregon authorities.
Supporters of legalizing medical marijuana in Kentucky are touting its potential as a viable alternative to ease the state’s opioid addiction woes.
Vermont Republican Gov. Phil Scott says he plans to sign a bill that will legalize the recreational use of marijuana, but is not sure if he will do it publicly.
New Jersey lawmakers kicked off the new session by again introducing legislation to legalize marijuana.
Fans of President Donald Trump who consume marijuana feel let down by the administration’s move to tighten federal oversight of the drug.
Two of Rhode Island’s three medical marijuana dispensaries lost their ability to accept debit cards after the Massachusetts U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling said he cannot guarantee marijuana operations in his state would be immune from federal prosecution.
In a statement Tuesday, U.S. Attorney Halsey Frank says his office will instead focus on traffickers of “hard drugs” such as opiates, cocaine and crack.
The state may become the first in the county to authorize the recreational use of marijuana by an act of the Legislature rather than via a citizen referendum.
A Democratic lawmaker wants to make it easier for Californians with marijuana convictions to reduce or erase their records as the state moves into a new era.
A California couple arrested in Nebraska last month for carrying 60 pounds of marijuana they described as family Christmas gifts have again been arrested in Nebraska.
Iowa State University’s unconstitutional crackdown on a pro-marijuana student group’s T-shirts is expected to cost state taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal costs.
Alaska lawmakers are rewriting a resolution pertaining to the separation of federal marijuana regulations and the state’s legal cannabis industry.
A company that wasn’t chosen for Ohio’s new medical marijuana program filed a lawsuit against the state claiming it was bumped because of “an unconstitutional racial quota.”
Maine lawmakers on Tuesday considered a proposal to extend a ban on retail sales of marijuana until May 1 to give the state more time to craft rules.
Kansas Republican Rep. Stephen Alford did not give up his seat in the Legislature, however.
Louisiana’s governor John Bel Edwards is asking President Donald Trump to shield states’ medical marijuana programs from federal prosecutors.
A pending lawsuit by a business group over medical marijuana regulations in Detroit means the industry will be on hold until it’s resolved.
The top federal prosecutor in Massachusetts offered no guarantees on Monday that he would take a hands-off approach to legalized pot, injecting a new layer of uncertainty and confusion into the commercial marijuana industry.
The federal government’s position on state laws legalizing marijuana is only the latest high-profile states’ rights fight.
Unregulated sales of cannabis oil have been ramping up in Iowa even as state officials work to set up a tightly regulated distribution system for medical marijuana products.
In San Francisco, a city long known for embracing weed, sales of recreational marijuana began Saturday at six dispensaries that received licenses Friday.
Law enforcement agencies across Michigan are using excess state revenue from medical marijuana patient and caregiver fees to pay for tactical gear and other resources.
California officials on Friday pulled an ad aimed at discouraging stoned driving after critics said it glorified and promoted marijuana use.
Some predict that within weeks, cannabis could be marooned at fields and warehouses while dispensary shelves go barren.
Peter Mlynarik said Sessions’ decision strips away the underpinning for the legal marijuana industry in Alaska.
Whether to crack down on marijuana in states where it is legal is a decision that will now rest with those states’ top federal prosecutors, many of whom are deeply rooted in their communities and may be reluctant to pursue cannabis businesses or their customers.
Lawmakers in the Vermont House passed a proposal that would make the Green Mountain State the latest to legalize the recreational use of marijuana.
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