A new study from researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder found that alcohol is much more damaging to your brain than marijuana.
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Stung by robberies in California, Colorado, Washington and other states, the cannabis industry is pressing Congress to change federal banking laws so that its retailers no longer have to carry and process large amounts of cash.
Hydroponics shop owner Luis Hernandez-Gonzalez agreed to let the U.S. government take $18 million of the cash. He’ll get to keep about $4 million, plus his house, his business and five Rolex watches.
Teens likely will encounter situations involving marijuana. How do parents navigate the world of teen marijuana use post-legalization?
Take two aspirin and call him in the morning.
“During Super Bowl week I never attended any concert, missed curfew, or participated any of the ridiculous activities being reported,” Butler said in a social media post. “They are not only false; but hurtful to me and my family.”
One month after the start of recreational marijuana sales, Lori Ajax, chief of the state Bureau of Cannabis Control, gave an assessment of the state’s performance.
Compton voters are trying to distance themselves from the city’s history of potent strains of cannabis, rather than trying to cash in on it.
A 6-year-old girl became the first person in Texas to receive a legal delivery of medical marijuana grown and produced in the Lone Star State.
Amid talk of legalization, all signs suggest Mexico’s marijuana market is on the decline, with seizures of marijuana by U.S. Customs and Border Patrol falling for a decade.
Divine Church of Gardens in Laguna Beach is listed on the website Weedmaps as a marijuana dispensary.
A form of CBD tailored to treat seizures is on the cusp of becoming available in Texas, but only for a small segment of people suffering from a rare form of epilepsy.
Former Miami Dolphin Ricky Williams is throwing a cannabis-friendly Super Bowl Party in Hollywood. And you’re invited.
A state police spokesman strongly suggested that patients also consider the consequences of holding on to any guns bought before enrolling in the medical marijuana program .
First Green Bank, a community bank that was handling accounts for six of the state’s seven licensed producers of medical marijuana announced it is closing the accounts of its cannabis clients.
Despite outward appearances, 2017 was a year of progress for Massachusetts marijuana policy, regulation, education and cultivation.
California has a possible solution to the problem of banks being unwilling to handle money from the state’s multibillion-dollar legal marijuana industry, one that officials say would be the first system of its kind in the nation.
Some in Colorado Springs want to revisit recreational cannabis sales, saying the city is missing out on sales taxes that are enriching cities across Colorado.
Officials want to make Las Vegas the country’s first city to allow marijuana smoking lounges, and hope to do so by March or April of 2018.
Cannabis workers appear optimistic about their future, according to a new study from PayScale, a compensation data and software company.
According to DEA seizure data for marijuana flower, the highest level of THC tested was 37 percent. Here’s a look at THC content of marijuana products, and the increasing potency and purity of some other commonly used substances.
State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman’s office is investigating the Buffalo Police Department’s use of traffic checkpoints and enforcement sweeps inside public housing developments.
An owner of cannabis testing lab OG Analytical has taken steps to sever ties to her company amid allegations she participates in neo-Nazi activities.
In the justices’ comments and questions about New Jersey’s voter-approved law allowing sports betting, most touched on the same states’ rights theme.
The handheld tCheck uses UV light to measure cannabinoids in substances like oil or butter, allowing consumers to test potency of their homemade edibles.
The first Texas CBD products are expected to be available in December; one company seeking to be first to market will be delivering direct to patients
Phil Murphy has named Pete Cammarano, the head of New Jersey Cannabis Industry Association, as his chief of staff, another sign of support for legalization.
Hotel group Standard International is partnering with weed edibles maker Lord Jones to open a shop within its boutique hotel in Hollywood, with plans to expand.
Leaders of a statewide campaign to put a legalization question on Michigan ballots in November 2018 said they’d gathered at least 360,000 signatures, well more than the 252,523 required by law.
One of Rhode Island’s medical marijuana dispensaries said it could go out of business if the state doesn’t address the impact of Massachusetts’ recreational sales.
A southwest Georgia sheriff’s order to conduct an invasive drug search of hundreds of students will cost $3 million under a proposed settlement announced Tuesday in a federal civil rights lawsuit.
The list of ailments that qualify a patient to use marijuana in New Jersey should cover more people, says a panel of doctors and health professionals that studied the issue for 19 months.
An Oregon marijuana processor was arrested in Nebraska on drug trafficking allegations after deputies reported discovering cannabis products in his U-Haul.
One of at least six people who allegedly posed as law enforcement to tie up and rob victims at a Calaveras County marijuana grow last month was arrested after a day day-long standoff with SWAT on Wednesday.
Despite new California marijuana laws, many farmers remain uninsured and trapped in a cash economy that leaves them vulnerable to natural disasters.
Palmetto solidified a unanimous medical marijuana ban in all cities within Manatee County, becoming the fifth, and last, city to initiate a ban on dispensaries. Bradenton, Holmes Beach, Anna Maria, and Bradenton Beach had already passed similar bans.
The Los Angeles Times offers suggestions for addressing the opioid epidemic, including researching the possible role medical marijuana could play.
City Council approved new zoning requirements for Cleveland medical marijuana sales, preventing them in about 95 percent of the city.
Colfax Mayor pro tem Tony Hesch cursed out a resident during a City Council meeting for interrupting him during a debate on keeping some marijuana policies under local control.
Detroit Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy says that with marijuana becoming legal in more states, the NBA faces a complex issue regarding its policy.
A Georgia sheriff accused of violating the civil rights of hundreds high school students in a massive school drug search is now accused of interfering with a Georgia Bureau of Investigation probe into his son’s recent drug arrest.
A St. Louis bill allowing the use and growth of marijuana aims to reduce disproportionate penalties for existing violations and free up time and resources for police.
A family-run plumbing company in Central Massachusetts has been used as a front for a large-scale marijuana distribution and growing business, authorities say.
With nearly 2,000 people signing up for classes on medical marijuana licenses, Michigan has added a class and moved another to a bigger venue.
Now that marijuana is on the brink of legalization in California, Los Angeles leaders want to make sure that people disproportionately affected by the war on drugs can cash in.
Maine’s path to establishing laws for the sale of recreational marijuana became a lot more clouded with the announcement last week of a competing measure from Gov. Paul LePage and Ken Fredette, the House Republican leader.
Ohio will be authorizing 24 companies to grow medical marijuana soon, but how can they legally import the seeds to begin sowing their crops?
Opinion: There is widespread public consensus that state and local jurisdictions can serve as laboratories for models of legalizing medical marijuana.
While the number of Polk County doctors qualified to treat with marijuana is slowly rising, the county’s largest medical centers seem to be opting out.
California medical marijuana users will spend an estimated $2.68 billion at legal medical marijuana shops by the end of the year, according to a new report.
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