The 2018 election is next week, which means it’s time for the fourth and final installment of my series on the best and worst members of Congress on marijuana policy.
A powerful congressional panel voted on Thursday to continue shielding medical marijuana patients and providers who comply with state laws from prosecution by the federal government.
President Donald Trump has promised to support legislation protecting the marijuana industry in states that have legalized the drug, a move that could lift a threat to the industry made by the U.S. attorney general just three months ago.
Members of Congress from across the political spectrum are pushing for pot research – but can they change Jeff Sessions’ mind?
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ anti-marijuana policies are obviously unpopular amongst the pro-legalization crowd.
Bill received broad support from politicians.
When Lynette Davies, co-operator of the Canna Care medical marijuana dispensary in Sacramento, pays her California taxes she needs to haul a bag with $20,000 in cash to the state tax office.
The plant helps relieve pain so severe it was waking him up at night.
Military veterans, particularly those suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), may soon get access to medical cannabis in states that allow it after Congress voted to lift a federal ban.
The Supreme Court’s decision today to toss out a lawsuit that could have brought Colorado’s legal marijuana boom to a screeching halt hasn’t deterred opponents of the national legalization effort.