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Scientists in the U.S. are still limited to one source to get weed for research, but an Arizona researcher wants the court to force a change.
State lawmakers are starting to catch up with what medical marijuana users have advocated for years: Cannabis is good for pain management.
Law and Order
Officials in both states have voiced their intention to stop prosecution of low-level marijuana cases.
Surprise, surprise. A study finds that snacking is most popular in weed-friendly states.
A proposed Michigan law would expunge criminal records for misdemeanor marijuana charges.
The measure brings the number of conditions that can be treated by medical marijuana in Pennsylvania to 23.
The research offers more evidence that of cannabis' medicinal powers
The industry is looking for a new name without negative and dated connotations. 'Cannabis' may just have to do.
He's an Illinois native who has been growing pot in Oregon. Not that Illinois legalized he's bringing what he's learned back home.
Cannabis is enjoyable for most people but decidedly not for some. Science seems to now know why.
Letting parents purchase legal week just for fun is somehow accomplishing what the DARE program never managed to do.
Boomers have never gotten over the fear their parents would find out they smoked pot.
A new law in Nevada prohibits employers from denying a job merely because the applicant tested positive for marijuana.
The cannabis windfall has become an annual event in Colorado.
Cannabis was an important element of funeral services thousands of years ago.