With the election less than a month away, President Donald Trump has tested positive for COVID-19. What happens if he gets too sick to run on the November ballot?
Will a cannabis decriminalization bill draw potential voters toward Democrats in the 2020 election, or will it turn them off?
A federal program that provides personal protective equipment (PPE) to small businesses is being denied to businesses that sell CBD products.
Cannabis dispensaries remain a cash-only business as financial institutions fear that working with these companies could generate harsh penalties.
A provision that would protect banks working with cannabis businesses has caused serious tension between Democrats and Republicans.
Due to the plant’s federally illegal status, many marijuana companies were denied relief assistance by the Small Business Administration.
With rural hospitals being affected not only by growing coronavirus cases and funding issues, the money may not come in time to save many.
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We're all used to wearing face masks at this point, but it takes a certain kind to protect us from air pollution.
Cannabis advocates have waited almost two years for the vote.
The MORE Act ends federal marijuana prohibition and the criminalization of cannabis by descheduling marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act (CSA).
Opposing forces think legalizing marijuana should be postponed until Congress can pass a COVID relief bill.