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Survey: A Quarter of Cancer Patients Use Legal Medical Marijuana.
Researchers found nearly all of the cancer patients surveyed want information about medical cannabis but can't find much.
Polls Find Voters In Pennsylvania, New Jersey Support Legal Marijuana
More and more it seems the legal cannabis industry will not always be just a West Coast thing.
Maine Might Legalize Drive-Through and Internet Cannabis Sales
Where the winters are very long, the law might allow for the legal purchase of marijuana without leaving home, or at least your car.
10 Ways the Cannabis Industry Is Rebranding to Meet Its Biggest Challenges
For generations a guy hissing "weed" outside a concert was all the marketing marijuana needed. Selling to mainstream customers in the legal market requires more.
Adult-Use Cannabis Is Legal but Very, Very Regulated.
Don't ridicule government bureaucrats. After decades of marijuana being universally illegal, writing rules for a legalized cannabis industry is complicated.
Local Pot Bans Show Not All Cities Are Rushing to Cash in on Cannabis
Large cities that bar legalized recreational marijuana shops create a windfall for small nearby towns that gleefully welcome dispensaries.
Why Are Opioid Painkillers Legal But Marijuana Isn't?
Overdoses of legal opioids kill thousands annually, while illegal marijuana has never caused a documented fatality.
3 Must-Dos to Prepare for When Cannabis Is Federally Legal
Legalization of marijuana nationally is a quixotic cause now but the momentum seems to make it likely to happen eventually. The opportunities that will follow will be enormous.
Doctors and Patients In Florida Are Embracing Medical Marijuana
In the state synonymous with retirement, cannabis is rapidly becoming mainstream.
How High Is Too High to Drive? Law Enforcement Agencies Tackle Complex Issue.
A drug test that proves someone smoked marijuana three days ago doesn't prove they are impaired now.
The Feds and the NFL Both Forbid Marijuana. Both Are Studying It as an Alternative to Opiods.
Just when you think the status of marijuana in America couldn't be more confusing, two entities seemingly utterly opposed to cannabis seem to have a change of heart. Sort of.