The cannabis industry is hopeful that its ability to contribute hundreds of thousands of jobs to American commerce may keep recreational marijuana safe.
During yesterday’s White House briefing, Press Secretary Sean Spicer was asked about the Trump administration’s position on marijuana enforcement.
While New Jersey governor Chris Christie searches for a solution to combat the opioid epidemic, cannabis advocates with chronic pain are begging for relief.
Now that weed has been made fully legal in several states, it seems that lawmakers nationwide are pushing for legal marijuana their neck of the woods.
Continuing a long journey in South Africa, new guidelines around medical marijuana will be up for public comment in the coming weeks.
Now that the marijuana industry is on the verge of becoming a $21 billion industry it is difficult to imagine the White House could sabotage the market.
The American Legion -- the nation's largest veterans organization with more than 2 million members -- is urging the U.S. government to reclassify marijuana.
Following months of pressure from the public, the Drug Enforcement Agency has finally removed marijuana myths from its website.
George Zimmer, founder of Men’s Warehouse, understands the importance of legalizing marijuana. It saved him from alcoholism.
With Jeff Sessions at the helm of the Justice Department, many in the marijuana industry and advocacy movements are openly wondering what the future holds for cannabis policy.