Why You Maybe Should Say ‘Cannabis,’ And Not ‘Marijuana’

Many antiquated associations of cannabis consumers remain prevalent throughout pop culture and politics, despite growing tides of evidence to the contrary.

LA Cannabis Executive Director Answers City’s Most Pressing Questions

Cat Parker, Executive Director of the Department of Cannabis Regulation for Los Angeles, hosted a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything). Parker previously worked at the Drug Policy Alliance.

Green Rush Blues: Why The Illicit Market Will Thrive In California

Old Kai is an Emerald Triangle-based distribution business licensed by Mendocino County to transport cannabis from the farms and brands it works with to the main marketplaces in cities to the south.

The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup: Feb. 19

In Berkeley, the city council passed legislation to make the liberal college town a “sanctuary city” for marijuana. Find out about that more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.

Why Did Philadelphia Drop 51 Marijuana Possession Charges Last Week?

Philadelphia has now joined the cause of many cities fighting to decriminalize marijuana possession across the board.

Ostracizing Drug Users And Addicts Is Not Going To Solve The Problem

We are all drug users. Coffee, alcohol, cigarettes, weed, Viagra, ecstasy, anti-depressants, anti-anxiety pills and more – people are using these drugs on a weekly or even daily basis.

Red Herring Alert: Should California Have A Public Cannabis Bank?

It seems like every state in its own way has tried to grapple with a...

Federal Judge To Government: Marijuana Clearly Saves People’s Lives

Last July, several medical marijuana users sued the federal government. While cannabis is legalized in some form in 30 states across the country, it remains a federally illegal substance classified as a Schedule I drug.

2020 Democratic Hopefuls Are Rallying For Full Cannabis Legalization

Dems are saying that not only should states maintain the laws that their constituents voted for, but that the herb should be legalized at the federal level.

Buckle Up! Traffic Accidents Rise On 420 Cannabis Holiday

Commuters and anyone else on the road April 20 might want to consider telecommuting or taking the bus. Assuming they already aren’t cannabis enthusiasts calling in sick.