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City alcohol regulators in Asheville say they're making some preparations to sell marijuana should it become legal in North Carolina.
Georgia lawmakers are recommending that the state government pass laws next year to allow hemp farming and cannabis oil distribution.
California regulators on Friday said marijuana deliveries can be made anywhere in the state, even in locales that ban cannabis.
In a climate of increasing tolerance the number of marijuana formulas and extracts being brought to market has exploded, opening the door to challenges from patent-holders.
Marijuana will be legal in Michigan beginning Dec. 6, 10 days after the 2018 election results were officially certified.
The first two retail marijuana shops in Massachusetts are set to begin selling products to the public Tuesday, marking the first time recreational pot will be sold east of the Mississippi.
Michigan government officials face a ticking clock to launch a commercial marijuana industry in the state after voters approved Proposal 1 Tuesday.
A federal jury in Denver ruled in favor of a cannabis cultivator in southern Colorado on Wednesday, following a first-of-its-kind trial that targeted the legal cannabis industry using federal anti-racketeering laws.
Without insurance coverage, marijuana is too expensive for many who need it.
Medical marijuana laws are sprouting up all over and, legally speaking, they’re starting to harsh a lot of employers’ buzz.
Officers in Ottawa will be allowed to use marijuana off duty starting Oct. 17, but there are restrictions.
Legal marijuana sales are “weeks away” in Massachusetts, the chairman of the Cannabis Control Commission said yesterday after regulators approved final business licenses for shops in Leicester and Northampton.
Voters in at least six municipalities across Ohio will have an opportunity to vote on local initiatives to decriminalize marijuana in November.
It's the latest in a series of clashes between U.S. and state laws around the country that came out in favor of medical marijuana users trying to keep or obtain jobs with drug-testing employers.
Los Angeles International Airport is allowing travelers to carry marijuana at the giant hub — news that sent a ripple of glee and surprise across Twitter and Reddit on Wednesday.
Proposed legislation would authorize release of prisoners jailed for crimes associated with cannabis.