A decision by a federal judge makes in a criminal marijuana case could soon provide another step towards legitimizing and even legalizing pot.
Court challenge stems from B.C. case of Owen Smith, who was charged with trafficking for baking pot cookies
B.C.’s highest court has ruled there is a constitutional right to tasty pot cookies and other marijuana products such as infused oils, balms and lotions.
Starting April 1, Canadian medical marijuana users have to buy dried buds from licensed businesses
Lawyers are in a federal court in British Columbia arguing that patients who have licences to grow their own medical marijuana should be allowed to continue the practice after the program ends at the end of the month.
Activists lit up in protest of the War on Drugs—now they face severe charges.
Ohio voters could see an Ohio constitutional amendment on the November ballot that would legalize medical marijuana and create 1,000,000 new jobs statewide, said Ohio Rights Group President John Pardee.
The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta Tuesday upheld a preliminary injunction blocking Florida's 2011 law requiring welfare applicants to take and pass a drug test. The court held that mandatory, suspicionless drug testing violated the Fourth Amendment's proscription against warrantless searches and seizures.
Canada's ban on marijuana was effectively upheld Friday when Ontario's top court struck down the country's laws related to medicinal pot much to the chagrin of activist groups.
A ruling that Nevada’s medical marijuana law is unconstitutional has put the issue before the state Supreme Court and has lawmakers again pushing to clarify how patients can legally obtain the drug.