Pot sellers are gearing up for their first holiday season since recreational marijuana was legalized in Colorado.
As the legal marijuana industry tilts more toward deep-pocketed investors, can small businesses hang on?
Following the liberal footsteps of Colorado and Washington, Alaska, Oregon and the District of Columbia passed ballot initiatives to legalize marijuana this month.
The movement to end marijuana prohibition has made significant progress recently, but it could all be undone when the next president takes office in 2017.
Congressional Research Service analysis could strengthen lawmakers’ resolve to overturn measure
California Attorney General Kamala Harris may have won re-election in the state last month by beating the pro-weed Republican candidate Ron Gold, but
In the three states and the District of Columbia that had marijuana legalization measures on the 2014 ballot, ending some prohibition on a plant was more popular than many politicians who ran for statewide office and won.
It appears that Colorado's booming pot industry has hit a bit of a bump.
It was Election Day in the District, but as Ian Hilton walked past a polling place on Vermont Avenue NW, he was stunned to detect the pungent scent of pot in the air.
Business is brisk when it comes to selling marijuana clones. The plants, rooted clippings from mature plants, are the most common way Oregon medical marijuana patients interested in growing their own cannabis get their crop started.