Gov. Phil Murphy is ordering his administration to review New Jersey’s medical marijuana program, which he says has been stifled over the past eight years.
Montana reminded medical marijuana providers to pay taxes after less than half of those that paid taxes last fall paid again at the quarterly deadline.
Nevada Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto says she’s anxious to find out the acting U.S. Attorney for Nevada’s take on the Trump administration’s marijuana policy.
A new directive from the Veterans Health Administration urges vets and their physicians to open up on the subject of medical marijuana, but whether vets will do so remains to be seen.
The high court ruled that police had sufficient reason to make arrests at the raucous party, which took place in a vacant D.C. duplex turned into a makeshift strip club.
The résumé of Taylor Weyeneth, a rising star in the Trump administration’s Office of National Drug Control Policy, is raising eyebrows in Washington, D.C.
The Green Mountain State on Monday became the ninth U.S. state to legalize recreational marijuana and the first to do so via a legislative act.
William Penn encouraged colonists to plant the useful crop, and the first settlers of what is now Lancaster County began growing it around 1710.
The packages added up to 122 pounds of pot valued at $366,000.
A form of CBD tailored to treat seizures is on the cusp of becoming available in Texas, but only for a small segment of people suffering from a rare form of epilepsy.