A measure allowing veterans easier access to medical marijuana garnered bipartisan support in Congress last year and nearly became law. A vote Monday could be the end of the line this year in another attempt to pass it.
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The Trump administration’s attack on legal marijuana is increasingly confronting a politically potent adversary: military veterans
For reasons that defy understanding, science, public opinion and most state governments, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has decided that cracking down on the use of medical marijuana is a priority.
Comedian Josh Blue was assaulted Monday night at a St. Paul bar, according to a post on his Facebook page.
Recently returned blood tests show the man had 270 nanograms of THC per milliliter of blood in his system.
About a dozen residents assembled at the Main Street park Tuesday, holding signs and smoking marijuana to garner support ahead of the Sept. 19 referendum, which will ask the town whether it should ban the sale of marijuana.
Federal Department of Justice and drug policy officials met privately Wednesday with Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers, local police and other community leaders who have expressed concern with marijuana.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin and Attorney General Andy Beshear want a judge to dismiss a lawsuit calling for the legalization of medical marijuana in Kentucky.
The Anchorage Assembly urged state marijuana regulators to pass laws allowing tourists and locals to smoke or consume marijuana in retail shops, saying it’s a problem that people can buy commercial pot products but can’t legally smoke it outside of private homes.
Maine lawmakers are debating how much they can tax recreational marijuana without driving consumers back to the black market.
Cannabis and banking industry trade groups, attorneys, and regulators are working to bring the marijuana industry into the financial mainstream.
Dr. Christopher Prince says physicians are at least partly culpable for what he sees as misconceptions about medical marijuana and the opioid abuse epidemic crippling the nation.
Fifteen pounds of marijuana were found in plastic bags on the side of a freeway in La Crescenta during a litter cleanup this weekend, authorities said. Two organizations were doing their monthly sweep along the 210 Freeway at La Crescenta Avenue on Saturday when City Councilman Mike Classens came across…
Basic economics suggest dispensaries will now need to focus on gaining market share with early adopters in this growing market of consumable product.
The first four days of legal recreational marijuana sales generated $3 million in sales revenue and about $500,000 in tax revenue, putting Nevada on pace to achieve an estimated $30 million in sales revenue over the next six months of recreational sales, according to the Nevada Dispensary Association.
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