He ran twice for state representative — unsuccessfully — but also led triumphant petition campaigns in five Oakland County towns to decriminalize the possession of marijuana.
First Cannabis Church of Logic and Reason welcomes all to its first service to be held 1-3 p.m.
Marijuana activists working to place a legalization proposal on the 2016 ballot rallied Friday outside the state Capitol
While Michigan law enforcement is busy concocting loopholes to punish registered patients for possession of marijuana
A Newaygo County farmer who let his 160 acres of corn be planted with marijuana reluctantly agreed to the arrangement to help pay a dizzying array of bills for his cancer treatments, according to court records and investigators.
The Michigan Legislature has been on a bipartisan binge lately, passing legislation that not everybody may like, but at least they have found a way to build consensus around three controversial issues.
Nearly eight years after Michigan voters overwhelmingly concluded that marijuana should be available to patients whose doctors prescribe it, state lawmakers are finally addressing some of the most egregious defects in Michigan’s Medical Marihuana Act.
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.
GRAND RAPIDS, MI – The Michigan Court of Appeals decision upholding the conviction of a Kentwood man for violating the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act does little to clarify a law many see as confusing.
LANSING, MI — The Michigan Cannabis Coalition still isn’t saying much about its investors, but it’s learning a lot about supporters who are signing its petition to legalize recreational marijuana for adults.