The photo is the first salvo in Lee’s new mission: He’s become a foot soldier in the grassroots crusade to get medical marijuana legalized in Missouri.
WASHINGTON (CNN) - A marijuana advocacy group in the nation's capital plans to target members of Congress on Capitol Hill with two separate protests this April.
Public support for marijuana legalization surged in 2016, according to data just released from the General Social Survey.
The New Jersey Department of Health, which regulates medical marijuana, has long taken a hands-off approach, telling patients they are free to create edibles with the raw cannabis that is sold.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a battle that sometimes continues even after a veteran puts away their combat boots. 12News sat down with a Jefferson County man who served two tours in Iraq and now has PTSD. The vet is asking lawmakers to let him use pot.
Some veterans say cannabis has been effective in treating everything from chronic pain to anxiety, depression, anger management and even Multiple Sclerosis.
Adults in late middle age tended to consume more cannabis than those of retirement age – but that seems to be quickly changing.
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well with some San Francisco Girl Scouts who made a bet with a local pot dispensary, all in the name of fundraising.
The program offers veterans an alternative to addictive pharmaceutical drugs.
LAS CRUCES, New Mexico - It's billed as New Mexico's largest medical marijuana festival. Hundreds gathered on Sunday at the Southern New Mexico State Fairgrounds for "CANNAville."
AUSTIN (KXAN) — Post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injuries, and chronic pain are just a few of the service-related conditions veterans return home with.
George Zimmer has launched a tuxedo rental company and is channeling his candor into marijuana activism.
The first participant in a clinical trial designed to evaluate the effectiveness of smoking marijuana to treat PTSD in veterans was given cannabis on Monday, according to the organization conducting the study.
We sat down with Women Grow CEO Heise to learn more about the organization and her plans for 2017.
DENVER (AP) — The first state to legalize marijuana is just now taking steps to consider the drug medicine for people suffering from post-traumatic stress.
AIKEN, S.C. (WRDW/WAGT) -- A mother is begging South Carolina lawmakers to take a walk in her shoes as they decide how to vote on a new medical marijuana bill.

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