Cannabis rights activist Jodie Emery says before recreational weed was made legal in Canada last October there was “a code” at gardening stores for those looking for supplies who wanted to grow pot at home.
The U.S.’s 50 state governors just got their annual report cards from a leading national marijuana legalization organization, and—for the first time—over half of them got passing grades.
The Texas Legislature is about to kick off its first session since three licensed marijuana dispensaries opened in the state, providing cannabis products for hundreds of patients.
It’s hard to count how many rallies marijuana activist Dana Larsen has been to in his life.
From Canada to Vermont to Oklahoma to California, this has been a huge year for legalization advocates.
Ed Gallagher, a former Army intelligence officer, reached into an armoire in the living room of his Twin Peaks home and pulled out his last bag of a medicinal herb he considers his salvation.
As stoner holiday 4/20 approaches, cannabis advocates say the last days of April are also about the serious business of keeping otherwise legal medical marijuana businesses from being raided by federal authorities.
Twentyeight states have legalized marijuana to some extent but only four congressmen are advocating overtly for the industry.
Medicinal cannabis advocates are pleading for compassion and urging Australian authorities to legalise the drug to help ease the pain and suffering of those who desperately need it.
From California, with its counterculture heritage, to the fishing ports and mill towns of Maine, millions of Americans in nine states have a chance to vote Nov. 8 on expanding legal access to marijuana.