No More Jail Time For Small Amounts Of Marijuana In New Hampshire

Cannabis enthusiasts in New England rejoice: There will be no more jail time for small amounts of marijuana in New Hampshire.

Colorado Gives Drug-Sniffing Police Dogs The Boot

A Colorado appeals court ruled that marijuana detected by drug-sniffing dogs does not provide probable cause for police to search the vehicle.

What Just Changed About Massachusetts’ Marijuana Bill?

In one year before legal marijuana comes to Massachusetts, and lawmakers have agreed upon legislation that changes the new law.

Dear Dr. Green: Can Marijuana Topicals Help With Arthritis?

I have heard excellent anecdotal reports about the benefits of cannabis creams for arthritic pain and muscle injury.

Mass. High Court Makes Unprecedented Ruling On Workplace Marijuana

In a landmark ruling Monday by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, an employee who was fired over the use of workplace marijuana was vindicated.

This University Is Teaching Students About Marijuana

In an effort to shrink the cannabis knowledge gap, the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy announced it will be teaching students about marijuana.

The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup: July 17

In Massachusetts, lawmakers continue to resolve the legislative deadlock. Find out about that more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.

Will The Feds Shut Down Legal Weed Despite Public Opinion?

Sean Spicer announced in February that the Trump administration would “look into” enforcing federal law against the recreational market.

Jon Huntsman Sr. Advocates For Medical Marijuana In Utah

Jon Huntsman Sr. spoke out in favor of medical marijuana in Utah, as state supporters try to change the minds of supporters.

Key Senate Committee OKs Marijuana For Veterans

Those who have served our country seeking to treat their ailments with medical marijuana received good news this week when an influential Senate committee voted to green light marijuana for veterans.