Law & Crime

Sniff and search is no longer the default for police in some of the 33 states that have legalized marijuana.

Differences in state and federal laws have led to confusion for some travelers.

While the debate over New Jersey marijuana legalization has largely become a question of "will they or won't they," law enforcement officials are preparing for the most likely scenario. What if "they" don't legalize weed ... but a neighboring state does?

“We’ve typically been so challenged with the issues of the day we haven’t been looking out long-term to determine what the future looks like."

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) wants 3,200,000 grams of marijuana to be legally grown in the U.S. next year, the agency announced in a notice set to be published on Thursday.

Commercial marijuana products in Colorado will soon be subject to further testing for dangerous fungus, according to the state Marijuana Enforcement Division.

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