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A “private edict” issued by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott “substantially weakened” the state’s nascent medical marijuana program, according to Texas Cannabis Industry Association letter to state officials.
Op-ed: No one in Texas has more cultural credibility or cachet than Willie Nelson does. He should leverage it to help end the state’s marijuana prohibition.
Following the life and death of Texas HB 2107: Advocates’ concerted efforts for medical marijuana yield surprising results before an ultimate letdown.
Politicos, cannabis industry groups, drug policy advocates and others quickly spoke out over White House spokesman Sean Spicer’s marijuana comments Thursday.
Texas Marijuana Lobby Day included hundreds of patients, doctors, lawyers and marijuana-loving citizens from all over Texas.
In the Lone Star State, the thrill of a modest victory for Texas medical marijuana advocates has since been muted by the thud of dull bureaucracy.
Before welcoming in 2017, let’s take a moment to mark the monumental strides for marijuana in the past twelve months.
These Texas state legislators want to decriminalize marijuana in the Lone Star State. And they aren’t alone.
Texas yogi Harleigh Reynolds is hitting the road with Kusha workshops in legalized states that mix cannabis education and yoga styles. First stop: Denver.
Legalizing marijuana hasn’t been easy anywhere, but Texas presents a unique set of challenges. Author Neal Pollack dives into an “advocacy training” session.
Texas legislators would like to see more allowable uses for medical marijuana by expanding a limited law that only allows for CBD use by epileptics approved in 2015.
The Cannabis Diversity Summit draws minority business and advocacy leaders to Denver for discussions and a dinner hosted by the Go GREENE advocacy group; the summit got its start with Alaska-based activist Charlo Greene.
On Sunday I lived out the ultimate weekend morning: Cannabis, meditation, yoga and stretching, catch-up time with friends and an elegant champagne brunch. GET THE INSIDE STORY
A massive cannabis convergence happened in Denver recently, and no, we’re not talking about the annual 4/20 smokeout.
Jenny Lewis debuted her rainbow-marijuana leaf western suit at SXSW this weekend, and the outfit was a stunner. Her pal Bill Murray seemed to love it, too.
While visiting family in India, some gifted charas (pressed hash) provided a necessary distance from my day-to-day in the United States.
There has been a cornucopia of 420-friendly events in Colorado’s legalized era — arty dinners, joint- and sushi-rolling classes and even speed dating happy hours. But no entrepreneur has yet figured out the tricky cannabis event space as well as Kendal Norris, whose Mason Jar Event Group will soon throw another luxe bash.
Oregon recreational marijuana licenses are now being accepted. The state has no limit to the number of grower or retailer licenses it will issue.
On Jan. 4, Oregon started collecting a 25 percent sales tax on marijuana products sold to people without medical cards.
When marijuana first became legal, design was the last thing on the mind of retailers. They just wanted their stores open in a hurry so they could start turning all that bud into bucks.
Wake and bake and … bikram? There was much to love during Sunday’s Yoga With a View event, a well-paced day that offered a heavenly balance of consumption, camaraderie and calming exercise, both mental and physical.
California marijuana legalization: Ballot language for the so-called Adult Use of Marijuana Act, backed by Napster co-founder Sean Parker, has been submitted for the November 2016 election.
The Headquarters Harvest Dinner draws a cultivated crowd with its twist on a farm-to-table dinner: cannabis pairings that complement a special menu created by Colorado “Top Chef” champion Hosea Rosenberg