As politicians across the U.S. debate medical marijuana laws and legalization for recreational purposes, a group in Nebraska is taking a different approach:
Nebraska’s "Medical Cannabis Act" would allow patients to register for marijuana ID cards.
Colorado AG Cynthia Coffman urges Supreme Court to reject Nebraska and Oklahoma's lawsuits
The attorneys general of Nebraska and Oklahoma have launched a lawsuit against Colorado
Nebraska and Oklahoma don't like Colorado's legal marijuana system, and they want the US Supreme Court to get rid of it for them.
Two heartland states filed the first major court challenge to marijuana legalization on Thursday
Industrial hemp could be grown for research in Nebraska under a law easily passing the Unicameral.
As summer draws near, the election picture when it comes to statewide marijuana legalization initiatives is becoming a bit clearer. At the beginning of the year, activists in eight states undertook efforts to get initiatives on the ballot, but the field has been winnowed.
An attorney who wants voters to decide whether marijuana should be legal in Nebraska will be able to get a marijuana-themed license plate after all.
A Kingfisher County judge took four years off a 12-year prison sentence for a first-time offender who sold $31 worth of marijuana to an informant.