William Barr, President Trump’s nominee to serve as the next U.S. attorney general, made headlines earlier this month when he pledged during his Senate confirmation hearing not to “go after” marijuana companies that comply with state laws.
This is the first in a series exploring how Baby Boomers experience dispensaries in different cities.
Election Day 2016 was a big day for marijuana.
We all know more and more states are legalizing marijuana every year in the United States. But that doesn’t mean we’re all well-informed on exactly when legalization actually occurred in those states.
It would be the health care disaster and travel ban debacle combined — and Trump could never truly win.
Support for marijuana legalization in the United States has risen steadily over the years.
A western Kansas woman is suing the state and some of the agencies involved in questioning and removing her 11-year-old son from her home after he spoke up at school about her possessing and using marijuana.
As the year comes to a close, cannabis supporters are looking towards 2016 with great anticipation.
It’s been a year of notable progress for cannabis.
An innovative new bipartisan bill called the “Stop Civil Asset Forfeiture Funding for Marijuana Suppression Act” has been introduced by Representatives Ted Lieu (D-CA) and Justin Amash (R-MI).