Legal Issues

Opinion

We Are Nearing the End of Cannabis Prohibition

If the history of alcohol regulation is any guide.

New York Governor Signs Bill Decriminalizing Cannabis Possession

The decriminalization of small amounts of cannabis is significant progress for social justice initiatives.

Hemp Hemp Hooray! U.S. Legalizes Hemp

In an historic day for the cannabis business, President Trump signed into law a bill that makes hemp federally legal.

In Some States, Medical Marijuana Users Must Choose Between Ganja or a Gun

The Federal Government says gun owners can't use marijuana. States believe otherwise. Legal chaos ensues.

Marijuana in Maine: Slow Motion Crawl Toward Adult-Use Sales

An obstructionist governor has drastically slowed the already complicated process of creating a regulatory structure from scratch.

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