A compromise bill to expand the conditions that can legally be treated with cannabis oil in Georgia is set to go before the Georgia House of Representatives on Wednesday.
A Georgia mom is helping to lead the charge to expand the state’s limited medical marijuana law, which she says unfairly excludes many patients with severe medical conditions
ATLANTA — Could marijuana someday be a Georgia crop like peaches, peanuts and onions?
The police who arrested a man for drug possession shamed him on Facebook by posting his lame excuse for everyone to read
Gov. Nathan Deal was brought to tears as he signed a bill Thursday that makes medical marijuana legal in Georgia.
Members of a legislative study committee on medical marijuana met for the final time Wednesday in Atlanta, with some lining up behind different proposals that will arise again in the 2015 legislative session that begins in January.
A Gwinnett County family is on the verge of leaving Georgia behind in order to gain access to a potentially life-saving medical treatment their sick daughter.
Remember the story about the Georgia toddler whose chest was blown open by a flash grenade during a botched drug raid?
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has told the state of Georgia that its new law requiring some food stamp recipients to undergo drug testing violates federal policy. The state cannot implement the law, federal officials said Tuesday.