Taxes and banking can cause big headaches in the marijuana industry. How aware are federal overseers in the IRS and Federal Reserve about the issues?
‘Legal marijuana will produce a whimper, not a bang’: How Fall River, Massachusetts is preparing for a mature marijuana market.
Here’s how officials at every level of U.S. government (Team Hillary Clinton, too) reacted to the DEA’s recent decision to not reschedule marijuana.
The question of rescheduling marijuana has been hotly debated since Congress placed it in the Schedule I group when it passed the Controlled Substances Act nearly 46 years ago.
Bernie Sanders fans are organizing a push of $4.20 donations on 4/20 to ‘send a message to the establishment that alone we’re harmless bees but together we’re a ferocious swarm that will not be silenced.’
The Drug Enforcement Administration could announce in the next couple of months a potentially landmark change to marijuana’s status under federal law.
In a lengthy memo to lawmakers, the Drug Enforcement Administration said it hopes to decide whether to change the federal status of marijuana by July.
The Colorado agency charged with policing the cannabis industry is about to get more user-friendly. The Marijuana Enforcement Division, which operates within the state Department of Revenue, is giving its website a significant overhaul, the division announced Tuesday.
Ivy League doctor-professor David Casarett understands and believes in marijuana’s true medical promise, and here’s why he wants it rescheduled.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders was campaigning in Michigan on Monday when he suddenly opened up about his own history with marijuana.
While volunteer Greg Duran was canvassing his neighborhood for presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders, a neighbor thanked him with an ounce of pot.
This Q&A answers readers’ questions about cannabis. Topics include strain name origins and the potential ramifications of moving marijuana out of its federal Schedule I drug classification.