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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.
To Understand the Forces Favoring and Opposing Legal Marijuana, Study Arizona.
The economic and cultural interests urging and resisting legalization are vividly displayed in Arizona.
Not Exactly Penpals: Governors Debate Marijuana Facts With Jeff Sessions via Snail Mail.
Unable to get a meeting with the attorney general, leaders in states that have legalized marijuana try educating him by exchanging letters.
What Every Cannabis Entrepreneur Needs to Understand About the Cole Memo
Attorney General Jeff Sessions might be seeking to resume enforcement of federal cannabis laws without changing Justice Department policy.
Is Big Pharma for or Against Legalizing Medical Marijuana? Maybe Both.
Pharmaceutical companies are intrigued by the immense and growing medical marijuana market but cannot figure a way to corner it.
Getting Healthy, Not High: Using Cannabis to Fight Cancer
Marijuana is well known as an intoxicant but only now is it vast medical potential coming to light.
The 11 Most Important Moments in the History of the American Marijuana Industry
106 years of marijuana history in 11 slides.
New Customers Drive Innovation in Legal Marijuana Products
As marijuana moves from prohibition to a fragile but lucrative legal status it is attracting curious first time users interested in edibles but not bongs.
Colorado's Marijuana Industry Is an Economic Powerhouse
The first state to legalize marijuana for both medical and recreational use is enjoying a boom in tax revenues and employment.