Michigan Court of Appeals rules that workers who use medical marijuana should get unemployment compensation if fired for a positive drug test
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Court challenge stems from B.C. case of Owen Smith, who was charged with trafficking for baking pot cookies
B.C.’s highest court has ruled there is a constitutional right to tasty pot cookies and other marijuana products such as infused oils, balms and lotions.
Baked goods and other food containing THC, marijuana's active ingredient, are not "usable marijuana" under Michigan's medical marijuana law unless they contain actual plant material, an appeals court has ruled.
Colorado employers can legally fire marijuana users from their jobs, the state Court of Appeals ruled Thursday in a 2-1 decision.
The Arizona Court of Appeals today denied Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery’s effort to temporarily block the state’s medical marijuana law.
The Colorado Court of Appeals orders Colorado Springs police to return 55 marijuana plants and almost 7 pounds of processed marijuana they seized from a cancer patient who was later acquitted of drug charges.
The Colorado Court of Appeals on Thursday ruled that Colorado Springs police must return more than 60 pounds of marijuana they seized from a cancer patient who was later acquitted at trial of drug charges.
Chalk up a victory for lawful medical marijuana patients today in California. If you get busted running a collective, you should be able to raise a medical marijuana defense in court.
Michael Krawitz was denied treatments after the VA learned of his prescription but advocates see promise in a recent hearing