Study: Tourette’s Patients Can See Miracles With Marijuana

Patients suffering from Tourette's Syndrome receive relief from inhaling marijuana, according to a team of researchers at the University of Toronto.

Trouble: Trump Spares Drug Czar From Massive Budget Cuts

Less than three weeks after proposing a controversial gutting of the drug czar's office, the White House reversed course on Tuesday.

Shocker: Vermont Governor Rejects Bill To Legalize Marijuana

The Republican governor, who has long opposed to cannabis regulation, said he is open to working with lawmakers over the summer.

How The Weed Industry Is Fighting The New War On Drugs

A recent Wired feature showcases companies that support the cannabis industry in crucial ways against the new war on drugs.

Here’s How Banks Are Screwing Marijuana Consumers Every Day

Inside the conflict between state and federal laws that discourage banks from working with marijuana-related businesses even in legal cities.

Why Is John Morgan Investing $100M In The Weed Industry?

Florida attorney John Morgan is on the verge of investing around $100 million to get a piece of the state’s newfound cannabis trade.

Difficult Menstruation Can Now Score You Medical Marijuana In New York

A bill allowing cannabis as a qualifying condition for difficult menstruation and menstrual cramps passed the New York Assembly Health Committee on Tuesday.

The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup: May 22

The fight to legalize weed in the United States made some significant strides last week. Read all about it in our Marijuana Legislative Roundup for May 22.

Are ICE Agents Using Marijuana As An Excuse To Arrest Immigrants?

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) reported a 40 percent increase in the arrest of immigrants in the first 100 days of the Trump administration.

Washington State Will Be The First To Do What With Cannabis?

Cannabis consumers in the state of Washington state will soon be able to confidently purchase their herb free of pesticides and fungicides.