The Illinois House has approved a plan to expand the state's medical marijuana pilot program by two-and-a-half years and add post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and terminal illness to the list of allowed conditions.
A doctor is upset after the Veterans Affairs hospital in Phoenix blocked her from giving a lecture about marijuana’s effect on veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Marijuana dispensaries in Toronto were raided by the dozens on Thursday as police conducted a coordinated operation against establishments accused of illegally selling weed in Canada’s largest city.
North Carolina legislators are back at it again trying to legalize marijuana for medicinal purposes. This would be the second step North Carolina has made into using the cannabis plant for medical reasons.
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency is about to make a decision that could have extensive implications on the marijuana industry: to reschedule or not to reschedule marijuana's position as an illegal substance. That is the question!
Beginning this fall, cannabis users will be able to enjoy both getting high and bench pressing weights at the same time. Jim McAlpine, a cannabis industry entrepreneur who you may recognize as a co-founder of the 420 Games in San Francisco, has just unveiled his newest venture: a pot-friendly gym.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio is poised to become the 25th state to legalize medical marijuana after state lawmakers approved a fast-moving bill Wednesday evening in a close vote.
It's become an issue in the age of legal marijuana: Weed from places like Colorado and Washington is making its way all over the country, creating problems for law enforcement. However, federal data-sets tell a more complicated story: Nationwide, federal marijuana trafficking offenses are on the decline.
Marijuana is legal to possess in Oregon, but rules around where you can consume remain a problem of state and local rules. Portland officials this month said they would begin cracking down on events where people pay admission and receive cannabis samples once they are in.
U.S. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher just made a striking admission: Speaking to a group of marijuana activists on Capitol Hill, Rohrabacher said he had recently turned to medical marijuana to help deal with arthritis pain, and it worked.