Prohibition is over, again! That’s how Californians are hailing the state’s recent legalization of marijuana—and it’s gotten plenty of creative juices flowing.
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California native Malcolm Mirage’s dream was to own a legal cannabis dispensary.
Online doctor evaluation platforms now allow anyone in California to get a medical marijuana recommendation from the comfort of home, find out how. With the passage of Proposition 64, California ended 2016 and rang in the new-year and a new era in cannabis culture, use, and acceptance. Though the use of medical marijuana had longRead More
Oregon's legalized weed still can’t be sold to the general public, yet some are finding a way around the law.
The number of people approved to use medical marijuana in Illinois remains too low to sustain the industry, business owners said.
As of today, you can possess up to eight ounces and grow up to four plants. Legal sales will come later.
The war on drugs is racist, it criminalizes people who need help and it is attacking women’s bodily autonomy - fighting it is a core feminist issue.
Excited about the new law? There's a catch.
All Democrats voted it, no Republicans did, and the Democratic governor has now signed the bill into law.
The Senate Appropriations Committee voted today to rein in the DEA.