Americans are searching for weed more than ever, according to Google trends.
The U.S. Supreme Court has made it significantly easier for police to force their way into a home without a warrant. On Monday, the court, by an 8-1 vote, upheld the warrantless search of an apartment after police smelled marijuana and feared that those inside were destroying incriminating evidence.
The District of Mission has temporarily cut the power on a controversial bylaw that has some Mission residents irate.
Washington State court decision gives police the right to search homes with guns drawn if they smell the faintest whiff of cannabis.