An assistant prosecutor told jurors this morning to follow the law and not use sympathy when weighing the fate of a 70-year-old woman facing a drug charge.
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Medical marijuana dispensaries in Spokane face federal prosecution if they do not end their operations immediately, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced Wednesday.
AC/DC rocker Phil Rudd has seen his conviction for cannabis possession quashed by a judge in New Zealand so it won't prevent him from touring the world with the band.
A 62-year-old woman from the Castlegar, B.C., area says RCMP raided and damaged her property and hauled her to jail even though she has a licence to grow marijuana.
As Montana lawmakers debated the fallout of Montana's medical marijuana law Wednesday, some of the same points were playing out in a Missoula County courtroom.
Los Angeles city officials have widened their campaign against illegal medical marijuana dispensaries, warning an additional 60 stores that they must shut down immediately.
Oregon businessman and cannabis freedom fighter tries to set the record straight on "tax fraud" arrest.
When federal agents led a raid on medical marijuana businesses in Montana last week, questions were raised as to whether these businesses were raided because they were suspected of selling out of the proverbial back door to people without medical marijuana permits–or whether they were raided simply for being medical marijuana businesses.
On Thursday, The American Independent reported on an IRS action that could send shockwaves through the medical marijuana industry — even destroy it completely.