A new paper published this week demonstrates medical marijuana laws and the opioid epidemic don't have the relationship that we think they do.
One investment banker says Canada “blew it” with regard to legalization, thanks to severe provincial and marketing regulations placed on the industry
AOC’s measure is an amendment to a large-scale appropriations bill that would remove a rider that prohibits any federal funding being spent on psychedelic research.
Former Republican Congressman Dana Rohrabacher wants the American population to know that marijuana legalization at the national level is coming by the year 2022.
NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo confessed this week that he doesn’t have the votes in the State Senate to push legalization forward.
Legislation from Illinois marks the first time a state has legalized commercial marijuana sales through the legislature instead of voter initiative.
Even after the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill and the legalization of hemp, TSA continued not to differentiate marijuana from hemp and to treat all CBD products as illegal under federal law.
That honor would instead go to Nigeria, a country where 19.4% of the population over the age of 18 have consumed marijuana in the past year,
In Alabama, a state where opioids are doled out with rabid enthusiasm, even the concept of medical marijuana is still difficult to embrace.