Presented today, a new congressional bill aims to get government and cannabis on the same side of the law by ending a decades-long federal ban on the plant.
The deep-fried Oreo stand at your local county fair could soon be overrun by fairgoers who have the munchies.
The bill passed with overwhelming support in the Senate and Lower House of Congress.
Bill received broad support from politicians.
Highly anticipated pot plans will be made public on Thursday.
Bipartisan legislation proposed in the House on Thursday would make marijuana a Schedule 3 drug
A compromise bill to expand the conditions that can legally be treated with cannabis oil in Georgia is set to go before the Georgia House of Representatives on Wednesday.
Gov. Bruce Rauner is working with the Illinois State Police on how to handle a proposal to make marijuana possession in small amounts punishable only with fines under a bill he appears poised to sign.
Justice minister suggests fines will replace criminal proceedings, while local report says ministers will vote Sunday on draft bill.
Lib Dem’s Norman Lamb urges MPs to pass the bill to create a regulated market for the drug.