Looks Like Connecticut May Have Recreational Marijuana By 2018
Connecticut's Pro Tempore Martin Looney introduced legislation that allows adults to purchase recreational marijuana in the same way they do with beer.
Sessions Is Done Talking: How Will He Act On Legal Marijuana?
Sen. Jeff Sessions got though two days of grilling during his confirmation hearing without really saying much about legal marijuana.
DC Lawmaker: Defy Congress And Legalize Retail Marijuana Sales
Despite the fact that Congress has taken it upon itself to ensure that DC cannot establish a retail marijuana market, one local lawmaker wants to go for it.
Will Texas Legalize Marijuana In 2017? 11 Bills Are Working Toward Yes
Marijuana legalization is expected to be the mostly widely discussed issue of the 85th Texas...
5 Sites Where The Single Marijuana Lover Can Find Love
Are you a marijuana lover looking to connect? In this uber-connected age, there are plenty of options—and apps—to link people who enjoy Mary Jane.
Marijuana Industry Experts “Cautiously Optimistic” About Trump Admin
A recent survey finds that most believe that Trump will continue to allow the cannabis industry to function as it has done freely under the direction of President Obama.
Five States Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana in 2017
The outcome of the marijuana legalization movement over the past 12 months will undoubtedly go down in history as the time when prohibition was given its terminal diagnosis and the reality of nationwide reform illuminated on the horizon of a brand New Year.
Boston To Be Marijuana Capital Of The World By 2020
Boston is predicted to be become the marijuana capital of the world within the next few years, according market analysts.
Formal Training Needed For Budtenders As More States Become Legal
A new study released earlier this month revealed that only 55 percent of staff at cannabis retailers receive formal training.
Study: Is Second-Hand Marijuana Smoke Harmful To Children?
Although it is legal in over half the nation for recreational use, physicians are urging parents not expose their children to second-hand marijuana smoke.