The burgeoning legal marijuana industry has a glass ceiling but it seems loftier and more easily broken than traditional industries.
Activists call on state and county fair organizers to consider cannabis as another agricultural crop worth displaying to the public.
Emmanuel Garza moved from Texas to Colorado so his baby daughter could get the medical marijuana treatment she needed. Legislation to legalize the same treatment in Texas failed to pass during the regular legislative session.
Remembrances of the legendary cannabis activist, on what would have been his 78th birthday.
An industry long haunted by negative connotations and a lack of sound research finds new opportunities in sustainability.
There’s increasing demand among U.S. military veterans for safe access to legal marijuana for the treatment of their physical and mental ailments.
Under current rules, doctors with the Department of Veterans Affairs cannot even discuss marijuana as an option with patients.
AUSTIN - In order to remove the stigma of medical marijuana, crowds marched through Austin Saturday as a part of the 10th annual Marijuana March.
Reefer madness appears to be fading into oblivion -- at least when it comes to popular attitudes. The law lags behind.
Women have long used over-the-counter pills to treat cramps, but the 'View' co-host has an herbal remedy: medical marijuana.
MACON, Ga. (AP) -- Once a month, a cardboard box from Colorado appears at the office of a conservative Christian lawmaker in central Georgia, filled with derivatives of marijuana, to be distributed around the state in the shadows of the law.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A group of Missouri veterans will head to Colorado on Thursday for a conference dealing with medical marijuana and how it can help treat post-traumatic stress disorder.
"They need to schedule a hearing on this,” said one advocate. “I know (lawmakers) care about people, I just don’t think they are aware.”
New Approach South Dakota is pushing to legalize medical and recreational cannabis in the Mount Rushmore State.
The 4/24 event calls on Congress to federally legalize marijuana and allow the District to fully enact its 2014 ballot measure.
Months after Massachusetts voters voted to broadly legalize marijuana for recreational use for adults over the age of 21, the New England Cannabis Convention is returning to Boston.