Inside The Turbulent Lives Of Medical Cannabis Refugees

Medical cannabis refugees have left everything they have ever known to relocate to a different state for medical purposes.

Should California Start Its Own Bank For Marijuana Businesses?

Cannabis industry businesses and professionals face more challenges—due to legal restrictions and drug stigmas—than seen in any other marketplace in the United States.

Senate Says Taxpayer Money Cannot Be Used To Enforce Federal Marijuana Laws

The U.S. Senate passed an amendment that effectively stops the feds from using taxpayer money to enforce federal marijuana laws.

Powerful Senate Committee Ties Sessions’ Hands

The Senate Appropriations Committee on Thursday voted by voice vote to approve an amendment that...

Las Vegas Marijuana Tour Buses Hit Legal Speed Bump

While a few upscale bus companies started making their plans to create marijuana themed buses, but Nevada nixed the idea.

In Maine, 20% Tax On Recreational Marijuana Likely To Pass

In Maine, it is proposed that a 20 percent tax be applied to recreational marijuana, breaking down to a 10 percent excise tax and 10 percent sales tax.

What To Expect From Maine’s Recreational Marijuana Market

Maine became the eighth state to legalize marijuana in 2016. But what can you expect from Maine’s recreational marijuana market?

How To Talk To Your Children About Legal Marijuana

Elizabeth D’Amico appeared on PBS NewsHour and offered up her views on how to talk to your children about marijuana legalization.

The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup: July 24

in New Hampshire, new cannabis legislation was signed into law by Gov. Chris Sununu, Find out about that more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.

Jeff Sessions Prepping For Medical Marijuana Crackdown

With Jeff Sessions’ report on marijuana linked to violent crime imminent, and Trump’s approval on “getting tough,” state marijuana programs are in danger.