VIDEO: As Pot Decriminalization Advances In US, World Leaders Call For End To Failed Drug War
Major world leaders agree, it's time for regulation not criminalization.
VIDEO: Over $455,000 Seized From Medical Marijuana Patient Slapped With Civil Asset Forfeiture
In March 2013, Steve Oates' home in Goodyear, Ariz. was stormed by police, SWAT, and DEA agents because of a marijuana grow room in the guest house. Oates' doctor had recommended medicinal
The Truth About Pot In Uruguay
There's a lot of outrageous buzz about the country's marijuana revolution. Let's take a sober look at some rather implausible claims.
Pot Brownie Arrest Forces Reflection On Marijuana Convictions, Edibles
A 19-year-old could be facing life in prison for making pot brownies, but are edibles trivializing consumers’ concept of the power of THC?
Marijuana Legalization To Be On The Ballot In A Maine City And Oregon
Come November, Alaska, Oregon, and South Portland, Maine, voters will decide whether to legalize marijuana for adults.
Seattle Police: Homeless Ticketed Most For Pot
An analysis of the first six months of Seattle police enforcement under new marijuana laws finds homeless people and African-American males are more likely to be ticketed for public
New Hampshire Celebrates Bittersweet Anniversary Of Medical Marijuana Program
Officials in the Granite State are still stonewalling on the implementation of medical marijuana legislation signed into law last year.
House Approves Marijuana Industry’s Request For Banking Access
Shut out of banking services, marijuana-related businesses in states where the substance is legal operate as cash-only businesses, but that may be changing.
Hemp Oil Versus CBD Oil: What’s The Difference?
Hoping to ensure that consumers are not misled about the intended uses of hemp and CBD oils, the Hemp Industries Association issues a statement explaining the differences.
Medical Marijuana Researcher’s Termination Smells A Bit “Skunky”
For a controversial, but well-established, researcher and professor, a controversial termination that may halt a study on marijuana’s effects on PTSD patients.
Tunisian Prime Minister Says Drug Law ‘No Longer In Tune With The Times’
This summer, the government plans to revamp the law, which some say has been used to support police brutality, as prisons reach over 150 percent capacity.
Marijuana Legalization Moves Toward A Vote In Oregon
Will the public’s apparent support of marijuana legalization translate into legalization in the fall? And how does Oregon’s proposed law compare to Colorado’s?
5 Things To Know About Washington Legal Pot Sales
Here are five things to know about challenges facing the industry.
Marijuana Legalization May Open Door To “Big Cannabis”
Tobacco giants have been considering the marijuana market since at least the 1960s. After all, who knows how to sell psychoactive smoke-ables better than Big Tobacco?
Six Months In, How Has Marijuana Legalization Treated Colorado?
Opponents warned of increases in crime, car accidents, and drops in tourism, but a report reveals Colorado’s mostly flying high with recreational use.
Pot Farmers Have ‘Right To Farm,’ Officials Say
The Oregon law that protects the customary farming practices of producers of grains, vegetables, fruits and livestock makes it hard to pass nuisance laws against marijuana grows, Jackson
Pope’s View On Legalizing Drugs: Just Say No
"Let me state this in the clearest terms possible," he said. "The problem of drug use is not solved with drugs!"
Congress Pushes Feds To Expand Researchers’ Access To Marijuana
Congress asks the head of Health and Human Services to do away with an additional review process required only for those hoping to study marijuana’s medicinal effects.
PotBotics: Tailor-Made Medical Marijuana Treatment
By identifying what effects different medical marijuana strains have on a particular patient and his symptoms, one biotech company could revolutionize the industry.
Minnesota’s Medical Marijuana Battle Is Far From Over
Medical marijuana patients, advocates and supporters delivered flowers to Minn. Gov. Mark Dayton on Friday, protesting legislation they say falls far too short.
‘The Weed Fairy’ Visits Seattle, Gives Out Pot
The woman, 23-year-old Yeni Sleidi, says she does it to amuse people and to give them a break from everyday stress.
Restrictive Medical Marijuana Laws: A Smokescreen Or Step Forward?
MintPress asks experts: should a state that has implemented cumbersome and restrictive medical marijuana laws really be considered a medical marijuana state?