As the high from Wednesday’s historic cannabis legalization wears off, there are a few legal footnotes worth taking note of before lighting up again.
While retailers and cannabis consumers let loose, a Calgary lawyer isn’t celebrating cannabis legalization.
Those in the weed business have discovered that the black market is still more profitable in many ways than the newly legal industry.
Mayors from six U.S. cities in states with legal marijuana said Monday they have formed a coalition to push for federal marijuana policy reform just days after President Donald Trump expressed support for bipartisan congressional legislation to ease the federal ban on pot.
A member of the Durham police board wants answers to why an officer was allowed to co-own an unlicensed marijuana company.
As a weed trimmer—a position almost always filled by women—I can earn $3000 a week. But the sexism and stigma on marijuana farms have always made me wonder if it’s worth it.
A growing number of states are weighing whether to legalize marijuana to treat post-traumatic stress disorder. But for many veterans, the debate is already over.
As a lawyer for the Cannabis industry, Steve Schain says he helps entrepreneurs, “dodge landmines” and hold onto their revenue.
Joshua Hughes had more than 40 plants with a set-up for watering, ventilation and lighting, and the electricity meter had been bypassed, a court heard.
Across the world, more and more people are asking: Why is marijuana banned? Why are people still sent to prison for using or selling it?