Despite its opposition to making marijuana use legal, the Obama administration is urging the Supreme Court to reject a lawsuit from Nebraska and Oklahoma that seeks to declare Colorado’s pot legalization unconstitutional.
The marijuana industry may be booming in Colorado, but pot entrepreneurs face a very big problem: pesticides.
A Warren lawyer filed a lawsuit Monday against the City of Warren that demands up to $5 million in damages on behalf of 23 state-approved medical-marijuana users who say they’ve been harassed and ticketed by Warren police.
Sky High Holistic “did not seek nor obtain the consent of any officer to record their communications,” lawyer says.
Video shows police make demeaning remarks about woman with amputated leg and lawsuit alleges city of Santa Ana showed favoritism over dispensary licenses
A medical marijuana lawsuit making headway in court has been dropped as other legal battles are waged in court.
Two Vancouver lawyers who specialize in marijuana have warned that the College of Physicians and Surgeons of B.C. may have put itself at risk of litigation when on May 5 it revised how doctors should counsel patients on medicinal cannabis.
A lawsuit filed on behalf of 40,000 medical marijuana users who say their privacy was breached by Health Canada in 2013 will go to federal court in June for certification.
Colorado AG Cynthia Coffman urges Supreme Court to reject Nebraska and Oklahoma's lawsuits
Opponents of Colorado's marijuana legalization are expected to file a federal lawsuit on Thursday that will seek to shut down the state's new industry and which they say will accuse participants of violating racketeering laws.