Will Hawaii be the next destination for cannabis-focused travelers?
We’re in the middle of a cannabis Renaissance, a golden era where states like Nevada are getting closer and closer to fully integrating cannabis every day.
Her medical cannabis is one of the few things keeping Petite Henry from succumbing to the grief of losing her only two children to suicide. But now she’s without it.
As the high from Wednesday’s historic cannabis legalization wears off, there are a few legal footnotes worth taking note of before lighting up again.
In May, women of all ages and occupations gathered south of San Francisco for a weekend of yoga, educational classes, spa treatments — and unlimited cannabis in every form imaginable, including smoothies, body creams and vapes.
Before legalization in Colorado as we know it, there was Boulder— a mountainside utopia where droves of hippies found refuge in the late 1960s.
Sari Starr recalls having to sneak around in order to smoke weed with her friends when she was growing up in Toronto in the mid-to-late ’90s.
Good news for toking tourists on their way to Boston: There’s a new collection of marijuana-themed short-term rentals in town, ready to uplift visitors in ways chain hotels cannot.
‘I see a wall on the northern border for Canadians because of marijuana,’ immigration lawyer says.
Cannabis lawyers share how things really work.