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Medical Marijuana 2015: Will Ohio’s Cannabis Legalization Initiative Make the Ballot After Fraud Investigation?
An Ohio political action group has gone ahead with plans to put a constitutional amendment on the ballot to legalize marijuana amid investigation for fraud.
For those hoping that Big Pharma could still be blocked from the medical cannabis scene there is bad news: the deal is done.
A drone dropped a package of heroin, marijuana and tobacco in the recreation yard of an Ohio prison last week, sparking a fight among inmates trying to pick up the contraband, prison officials said on Tuesday.
Last Friday a panel came in with a resounding 4-2 vote recommending that children with autism should qualify for Michigan’s medical cannabis program.
Glenn Price, the owner of a medical marijuana dispensary on Main Street, has been arrested, along with his wife and a patient who was using the dispensary. The trio were arrested Tuesday morning, according to a staff member at Your Medical Cannabis Headquarters. William Bell, the caretaker for the business, cleaning a bong when police
Three years ago, New Times boldly took your chicken where it had never gone before — namely, to the local head shop.
If there is one file on which Justin Trudeau has definitively put his stamp as Liberal leader, it’s marijuana policy.
Eighteen months after Colorado legalized recreational marijuana sales, Denver is full of ‘ganjapreneurs’ opening all manner of pot-infused businesses
Last time I got stoned was by accident, I swear . . .
A particularly pungent 2008 Honda caught the nose of a Port Authority cop Thursday night as it exited the Jersey end of the Holland Tunnel, leading to the arrest of the car’s two occupants and the confiscation of $40,000 cash.
The Hunts Point neighborhood in the South Bronx has struggled to clean up its act for years. Prostitution is still a problem, but it is far less prevalent, residents say, than it once was.