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Washington (AFP) - Legal marijuana is becoming more and more entrenched in the United States each year, and 2016 looks to be no exception.
What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object? One only has to look at the rift between the marijuana industry (aka, the unstoppable force) and the federal government (the immovable object) to get a good feel.
The marijuana industry has a bone to pick with the media, and it involves beanies, tie-dye tees, and Sean Penn's iconic character, Jeff Spicoli.
The USDA has created an unequal marketplace for domestic hemp producers, unfounded safety concerns about the use of industrial hemp and bolstered an international agricultural industry at the cost of one in their home country.
It’s fairly easy to joke about the Southwest Cannabis Conference + Expo convening in Fort Worth this weekend (hey, it’s a joint session!).
Colorado marijuana consumers will be able to buy pesticide-free, “certified organic” weed if lawmakers pass a new bill aimed at creating special labels for the state’s legal cannabis industry.
Medical marijuana is legal in New York, but veterans’ doctors are still forbidden from recommending it.
A Garden City mother facing criminal drug charges said this week that she still intends to file a lawsuit in federal court asserting a constitutional right to use marijuana to treat her Crohn’s disease.
Colorado's legalization of recreational marijuana in 2012 has brought a new player to the philanthropic table in the marijuana industry, but many area nonprofits are unsure as to how to handle the industry's desire to give back.
The cannabis industry is quickly becoming a magnet for female entrepreneurs.
A new report catalogs the highs (and lows) of America's medical cannabis process.
Cannabis production gives organized labor an opportunity to regain its influence in industrial relations.
The United States’ first African American U.S. Surgeon General, Joycelyn Elders, will address the legal marijuana industry she helped create in San Francisco next month.
Raymond Schwab, an honorably discharged veteran, moved to Colorado last year to get treated for post-traumatic stress and chronic pain with medical marijuana. He didn't expect Kansas would take his children in return.
Four women are opening the first all-female-owned medical marijuana dispensary in Las Vegas.
Lisa Miller believes pot may be the cure for the tremors that regularly overtake her dog Dinah.