Oregon Admits Problems With Medical Marijuana Program

Here’s an interesting fact: Oregon doesn’t actually know how much medical marijuana is currently growing and processing in the state.

DOJ Continues To Sandbag Medical Marijuana Research

The DOJ is doing everything in its power to prevent the study of cannabis' therapeutic effects.

New York Report Says Recreational Marijuana Is A Winner

In a report the Health department stated that the "positive effects" of legalization "outweigh the potential negative impacts." In addition, the report recommends expunging the criminal records of New Yorkers in any cannabis-related convictions.

North Dakota Will Vote On Legalizing Marijuana This November

More than 18,700 signatures were submitted to the Secretary of State’s office Monday in support of a measure that would legalize recreational marijuana.

Legal Marijuana Might Help Democrats Gain Control Of The Senate

Now that a heavy majority of the America public supports the idea of both medical and recreational marijuana, a recent report finds that more Democratic Senators entangled in tight races across the country are getting into bed with the cannabis cause.

Oklahoma Bans Smokable Flower In Its Medical Marijuana Program

Controversy has erupted in Oklahoma this week as the state’s Department of Health voted on emergency rules to implement the state’s new medical marijuana program.

Mexico Pushing To Make CBD A Supplement

Mexico, a country that has been associated with the illegal drug trade for decades, is on a path to treating certain marijuana derivatives as a health supplement.

Why Cannabis Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop Making That Money

A study claims that $132 billion dollars of Federal revenue could be generated if cannabis were legal in the entire country.

Marijuana Legislative Roundup: Week of July 2

It was a fairly quiet holiday week on the legislative front, but there were some...

Michigan Isn’t As Pro-Marijuana As We Thought

Throughout the buildup to the mid-term elections, it appeared that Michigan was poised to become the first state in the Midwest and the 10th state nationwide to legalize recreational marijuana.