You are not alone if you’ve spent most of your adult life believing that cannabis is bad for you.
Manitoba’s premier believes legal pot sellers will be forced to compete with gangs and lack a sufficient supply of the drug to do so.
Exactly how many people might start smoking marijuana in states where it becomes legal could vary widely depending on the specifics of each state’s laws
Earlier this year, one of my friends asked: “Will medical cannabis get you stoned?”
As a writer covering the weed beat, I hear about lots of quirky ideas and concerns, some of which I’ve affectionately characterized as “cannabispiracies.”
Eight state senators traveled to Denver this month to study the highs and lows of marijuana in Colorado, one of four states where voters have legalized the drug’s recreational use.
Smoke it, toke it, vape it, eat it — marijuana, it seems, is going mainstream.
Whoopi Goldberg relies on her vape pen to relieve symptoms associated with glaucoma, the comedienne writes in her first column for The Cannabist.
With Republicans in a chaotic retreat on social issues like gay marriage and immigration, some conservatives are looking for places to set up a skirmish line. Pete Wehner proposes marijuana as the bright line today in the Washington Post.
With California heading to a decision on marijuana legalization later this year, the debate is gaining some well deserved exposure in Canada. A reversal of archaic thinking should prevail on reversing prohibition, and Canada should lead down this path.