marijuana

Why Approval Of Cannabis-Based Epilepsy Drug May Not Be A Win

A Food and Drug Administration panel recommended approval of a drug made of cannabidiol on April 19 to treat two types of epilepsy.

New App Could Make Marijuana Even Safer

A new app, created by scientists from the University of Chicago, may change the way we use marijuana.

What Is Your Governor’s Grade On Cannabis?

If you live in Oregon or New Jersey and enjoy cannabis, today might be a good day to thank your governor.

California Gubernatorial Candidate Could Spell Big Trouble For Marijuana

John Cox, the Republican frontrunner for in the California gubernatorial race, believes cannabis consumers should be hospitalized.

Sanjay Gupta Just Wrote To Jeff Sessions Regarding Cannabis And Opiates

Dr. Sanjay Gupta penned an open letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions detailing how medical marijuana could save the lives of up to 10,000 people every year.

6 Things Everyone Needs To Know About Today’s Marijuana

Today's marijuana: As more states open the door to medical and recreational marijuana legalization the taboos surrounding the herb are quickly vanishing.

Marijuana Trade War: How Badly Is Canada Kicking America’s Butt?

Canada's progressive approach to cannabis legalization is leaving the United States in the dust when it comes to international trade.

Sanjay Gupta Is Back This Weekend With Part 4 Of His ‘Weed’ Series

The popular TV doctor will examine marijuana’s potential as both an alternative to opioids in treating pain and in ending opioid addiction. The report, called "Weed 4: Pot vs. Pills," will air on CNN Sunday at 8 am.

Cannabis And Hops: After 27 Millions Years, A Family Reunion

Once upon a time, cannabis and humulus (hops) were the same plant.

The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup: April 23

On the state level, Maine and Alaska made progress on their legalization efforts. Find out more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.