President Joe Biden is pardoning thousands of Americans convicted of “simple possession” of marijuana, as his administration takes a dramatic step toward decriminalizing the drug and addressing charging practices that disproportionately impact people of color.
Some residents are rejoicing over the new developments in the fight to get medical cannabis oil to Georgia patients. Others worry that recent lawsuits could cause delays.
Vermont dispensaries are set to begin selling marijuana for recreational use, though only three will be ready to do so on opening weekend.
A lawsuit filed by a data privacy watchdog says a Northern California utility went too far by racially profiling Asian communities as it routinely fed customers’ power use information to police without requiring a warrant or any suspicion of wrongdoing, in violation of state laws.
The move comes as some good news to parents of children living with life-threatening seizures.
Two companies were awarded class one production licenses: Trulieve and Botanical Sciences LLC.
Authorities are still working to determine what caused a building housing an illegal marijuana operation in Detroit to explode.
Nearly half of American adults, 48%, report ever trying marijuana. That’s up from 4% when Gallup first asked about it 1969.
Supporters of legalizing recreational marijuana in North Dakota have succeeded in bringing the matter to a public vote in November.
Missouri voters are set to decide whether to allow recreational marijuana use in the state.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer became the first majority leader in history to endorse cannabis legalization at the federal level.
Snoop Dogg, whose real name is Calvin Broadus Jr., has always been a well-known critic of United States presidents including Donald Trump.
Acute trauma was the most common cause, followed by respiratory health reasons and gastrointestinal issues.
The district attorney of coastal Georgia’s largest county has become the latest prosecutor statewide to say she’ll generally stop prosecuting misdemeanor marijuana cases involving possession of less than an ounce of the drug.
Delaware's governor has vetoed a bill that would legalize the possession of up to one ounce of marijuana by adults for recreational use.
More research is needed to understand why, but “perceptions of peer use” could be a contributing factor, researchers said.
Two 5th graders were hospitalized after one of them brought weed gummies into the Livonia school - the same school where a kindergartner brought margaritas to snack time.
A medical marijuana company filed a lawsuit against the Georgia Access to Medical Cannabis commission alleging the scoring of medical cannabis bid applications was clouded by "conflicts of interest" and licenses were "bought and sold through closed door politics and back room deals."
Dozens of packages of weed were scattered across several lanes of highway.
Many believe the origins of the 420 holiday began in 1970s California.