Dozens of cannabis supporters flooded the Charlottesville downtown mall to rally in favor of legalizing marijuana in Virginia.
Big news today for children and adults hoping to get a form of medical marijuana to treat epilepsy.
Earlier this school year, a sixth-grader in the gifted-and-talented program at Bedford Middle School in Bedford, Virginia was suspended for one year after an assistant principal found something that looked like a marijuana leaf in his backpack.
A Richmond police officer found with marijuana in his home earlier this year likely won't be charged with a crime, authorities said, but his future on the police force is undetermined.
Last year, Dara Lightle and her nine-year-old daughter, Madeleine, became "marijuana refugees" when they moved from Virginia to Colorado.
Legal experts troubled by revelations of law enforcement using NSA surveillance data to initiate criminal investigations in a technique known as "parallel construction."
A Republican-backed bill that would subject welfare recipients to drug testing has passed a second committee vote and now heads for the Senate floor. The bill was approved in the Senate Rehabilitation and Social Services Committee earlier this month and passed out of the Senate Finance Committee Tuesday on a 10-5 vote.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Driven by economic troubles and a growing awareness of the perils of prohibition, several U.S. states are moving forward with bills to decriminalize or legalize the recreational use of marijuana.
It's becoming difficult to keep up with all the marijuana bills being filed at statehouses around the county.
House Bill 1134 would make marijuana possession and cultivation a fine-only offense.