Congress Approves Bill To Expand Medical Marijuana Research
If it goes the distance, medical marijuana research in the United States could make significant strides from where it has stood for more than the past five decades.
The ‘Strange Bedfellows’ In Congress Want To Scrub Nonviolent Marijuana Records
If the bill passes, it could substantially open job and workplace opportunities for those with criminal records due to their past marijuana convictions.
Op Ed: Donald Trump Must Answer For Marijuana Smear Team
Why might the White House be moving in this direction on cannabis policy? It flies in the face of public opinion as well as the president’s promises on the campaign trail and to a senator of his own party.
How Are Politicians Responding To Trump’s Anti-Marijuana Committee?
The committee’s mission stands in stark contrast to the overwhelming support from the public over marijuana legalization.
Did The White House Create A Secret ‘Reefer Madness’ Committee?
Memos and emails detail an underground Marijuana Policy Coordination Committee aimed at reversing the positive support cannabis has received in the public.
Elizabeth Warren Reveals How Jeff Sessions ‘Catalyzed’ Marijuana Legalization
The Massachusetts Senator also shared how the STATES Act came to be behind the scenes.
Is Attorney General Jeff Sessions In The Hot Seat?
Those who were once the AG's biggest supporters have now become his biggest critics--Donald Trump and the Senate.
DEA Will Increase Marijuana Production For Medical Research In 2019
The agency has approved the cultivation of 5,400 pounds of marijuana, which is a substantial raise considering the measly 1,000 pounds being grown this year.
How The DEA Is Jeopardizing Marijuana-Related PTSD Studies On Veterans
Back in the final months of Barack Obama’s presidency, the DEA announced it would license more growers to supply marijuana for scientific research.