Marijuana Advocates Sue Utah Over Compromised Cannabis Bill
A couple of cannabis advocacy group are suing Governor Gary Herbert and officials with the Health Department for dealing in corruption.
Less Than 0.01% Of Texas Patients Have Been Prescribed Medical Marijuana
Of the estimated 150,000 people the medicine could help, only 574 patients have been issued prescriptions.
Denver Wants To Erase Low-Level Marijuana Convictions
The initiative of government officials to do this on their own is a great indicator that the tides continue to change in favor of cannabis and against the once prominent stigma that surrounded it.
Oregon Is Seriously Considering Legalizing ‘Magic’ Mushrooms
Should activist collect 117,578 signatures to qualify for the ballot, Oregon voters could decide to decriminalize “magic mushrooms” and allow for their growth with a license.
Could Canada Use Nevada’s Marijuana Shortage Protocol?
Because there are no best practices for dealing with a weed shortage—yet—here's what we can glean from how Nevada dealt with low supply when officials there underestimated the demand.
Utah’s Medical Marijuana Compromise Bill Explained
Utah now has a brand spanking new medical marijuana program, but it has nothing to do with the will of the people.
Marijuana In Mexico: How To Legalize It Effectively, Fairly And Safely
The Mexican Supreme Court recently ruled that the prohibition of marijuana was unconstitutional, but the new government supports legalization, so what's the next step?
New Jersey Politician Would Rather Legalize Prostitution Than Marijuana
In a nod to the benefits of legalizing prostitution, however, Guadagno did point out that prostitution is a victimless crime and would be even safer if regulated.
Congress Will Legalize Hemp By Year’s End, Promises Mitch McConnell
Farmers all across the United States could soon have the freedom to cultivate the same mega cash crop as our forefathers did hundreds of years ago.
New Jersey Is Linking Criminal Justice Reform With Marijuana Legalization
A secondary proposal has made its way to the legislative table seeking to expunge the criminal records of those who got caught up in the gears of prohibition over the past several decades.