Massachusetts Will Finally Have Legal Marijuana Sales By End Of Month
After two years of waiting, having passed a recreational/retail cannabis law, Massachusetts dispensaries are now only one more step away from opening.
Bipartisan Legislation Would Push Veterans Closer To Medical Marijuana Access
According to an American Legion survey, one in five veterans currently uses cannabis to treat a medical condition.
The Growth Of Cannabis Legalization In Europe: Which Country Is Next?
Due to the plant’s variety of medicinal and therapeutic benefits, more countries have taken an interest in legalizing it.
Why Legal Marijuana Is Catering To The Republican Party
Legal weed is one of those issues that needs bipartisan reach before it can ever claim the necessary votes in both chambers of Congress.
Marijuana Decriminalization Bill Filed In Texas Has Bipartisan Support
House Bill 63 would penalize those caught with less than an ounce of marijuana with a civil penalty, instead of arrests and criminal records.
Indiana Senator Tallian Looks Toward Cannabis Legalization
After the midterms, Michigan became the 10th state to legalize adult use cannabis, and as it helps color in the nation’s “50 shades of green,” it may also be inspirational to their southern neighbor.
Will Chris Christie Become Next US Attorney General?
Now that marijuana-hating Jeff Sessions has been kicked out of the Department of Justice with extreme prejudice, the cannabis industry is safe and sound from a federal crackdown.
Marijuana Foe Jeff Sessions Is OUT, But Is That A Good Thing?
The cannabis industry expressed relief at the resignation/firing of U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on...
What Tuesday’s Marijuana Wins Mean For The Future Of Legalization
The nation woke up Wednesday morning to Michigan legalizing recreational cannabis, letting the green wave into the Midwest, and Missouri and Utah passing initiatives to allow the use of medical marijuana.