Politics

A congressional committee voted on Thursday to approve legislation aimed at increasing marijuana businesses' access to banks.

Three Democratic House Committee Chairs revealed their proposal to make recreational marijuana legal across the state in Hartford on Thursday.

A bipartisan bill designed to protect banks that service the marijuana industry from being penalized by federal regulators will get a vote in a key congressional committee next week.

Without much debate and two days before Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ deadline, a bill to repeal a ban on smoking medical marijuana has finally rolled onto the governor’s desk.

Smoking medical marijuana is now legal in Florida. It's been a long time in the making.

Later this year, Alaska marijuana consumers will be able to buy their cannabis and smoke it, too—all under the same roof.

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