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More and more research shows the benefits marijuana has on athletes, and leagues have begun to pay attention.
The senators analyzed how cannabis criminalization drives deep wedges into society with long-term, damaging consequences.
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler announced they will redirect $12 million from police budgets toward directly supporting communities of color.
By using this powerful anti-inflammatory, a Philadelphia cannabis company believes it can mitigate the immune response triggered by COVID-19.
Though NORML said marijuana legalization will not solve racial injustice in America, the organization believes it can be "an important part of this emerging discussion."
The House included marijuana business relief in the latest coronavirus aid bill, but advocates question if lawmakers went far enough.
In an unusual turn, NIDA will pay researchers up to $100K per year to find out if smoking weed impacts COVID-19 symptoms.
"It doesn't seem consistent as to why a liquor store would be essential, but a dispensary wouldn't," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said.
While some medical marijuana states allow home cultivation, others do not, potentially harming lives during the coronavirus outbreak.
No substantial scientific evidence currently exists that proves marijuana will reverse the effects of the coronavirus.
Americans have included marijuana and liquor as an essential good to have during the coronavirus outbreak.
The trade association for convenience stores says stores that check IDs before selling cigarettes and beer should be allowed to sell weed, too.
The NFL has been slow to allow ailing players an alternative to opioid painkillers.