Medical Marijuana News
Canadian snowboarder Ross Rebagliati says he’s proud to be one of the first Olympians to open up about his cannabis use.
“They really put a lot of time into this place, it’s not just a bigger building. It has heart. It has become something that our community members are really proud of.”
Paraguay produces 9 percent of the world’s marijuana supply, and has begun to attract increasing attention and violence from major drug gangs.
The Lafayette home mangled by a suspected hash oil explosion has sat virtually untouched in the months since the February blast, nearby residents say, and efforts to remedy the issue have fallen into a regulatory limbo of sorts.
A Houston lawyer released a video showing a sheriff’s deputy removing the pants of a handcuffed woman pinned to the ground to perform a body cavity search.
A former special forces infantryman, who won the Bronze Star and uses marijuana to treat PTSD after tours to Iraq and Bosnia, has sued the Fountain police SWAT team after officers raided his legal marijuana greenhouse.
Adam Eidinger, a marijuana activist in the District of Columbia who helped spearhead the city’s legalization efforts, faced misdemeanor possession charges for allegedly carrying 78 joints that day.
CARSON CITY, Nev. — Nevada’s marijuana regulators are headed back to court in a turf battle with liquor wholesalers over exclusive rights to distribute cannabis products to the state’s new recreational retailers. Nevada’s Taxation Department says the protracted legal fight has created a delivery bottleneck that’s undermining an otherwise robust…
CARSON CITY, Nev. — A judge cleared the way Thursday for Nevada to allow more businesses to move marijuana from growers to stores in an effort to keep up with overwhelming demand since recreational pot sales began last month. Carson City District Judge James Russell lifted an order blocking regulators…
The Sessions Letters: Read the U.S. attorney general’s missives to the first four states to legalize marijuana
In April, the governors of the first four states to legalize recreational marijuana asked Attorney General Jeff Sessions to “engage with us before embarking on any changes to regulatory and enforcement systems.” Sessions responded at the end of July with four letters addressed to the governors of Alaska, Colorado, Oregon and…