Gov. Jared Polis meant it as a joke, but Ohio's Mike DeWine has long maintained he won't legalize cannabis under any circumstances.
If you want to fully understand how the coronavirus has impacted marijuana legalization, just look at New York.
So far, three states — Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana — are looking at some options that could lead to new marijuana laws going on the books in 2020.
Lawmakers in Ohio are finding it hard to differentiate between hemp and cannabis, two compounds where one's legal and the other is not.
Being a football fan in Ohio is rough, which is why some residents believe they need to medicate to endure the coming seasons.
Here are several states positioned to legalize marijuana in 2020. These are the five that seem to have the best chance at success.
Human technology and drug-sniffing canines have hamstrung prosecutors' ability to pursue marijuana convictions.
Medical marijuana in this country is all over the place. But fortunately, the folks at Americans for Safe Access have released a detailed analysis of the situation in order to identify the best medical marijuana programs in the nation.
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