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DENVER (AP) -- Congress is showing an increased willingness to let VA doctors talk to veterans about medical marijuana in states where it's legal, although final approval is far from certain.
Marijuana policy will be a serious part of the next administration’s domestic policy, and it is critical that you create a strategy accordingly.
SAN JOSE - Bernie Sanders, who said last week that he had not yet studied a California measure to legalize marijuana for recreational use, on Wednesday endorsed the initiative.
The House passed an amendment Thursday giving vets easier access to medical marijuana.
At a rally on Monday in Puerto Rico, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders promised he would legalize marijuana if he becomes president.
Three Democratic lawmakers herald the start of a two-day lobbying effort by marijuana entrepreneurs on Capitol Hill.
BATON ROUGE — A bill that would expand medical marijuana in Louisiana cleared another hurdle, moving it one step away from final legislative passage.
The marijuana industry scored a significant victory on Tuesday when the US Department of Justice just dropped its four-year-long attempt to shut down Harborside Health Center in Oakland, California, the largest dispensary in the US, The San Francisco Gate reported.
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma House has given final approval to legislation that expands the medical use of an oil derived from marijuana.
A measure to legalize marijuana for recreational use in California appears headed for the Nov. 8 ballot.
If passed, House Bill 983 would legalize the use of medical marijuana in North Carolina.
TOPEKA - Supporters of medical marijuana rallied in the Capitol Rotunda on Wednesday to protest a bill that they say would make it harder for epilepsy sufferers to get hemp-based remedies.
AUGUSTA, Maine — Mainers will have a chance to vote to legalize recreational marijuana in November after all.
As Congress members become more aware of changing public and political opinion on cannabis, federal leadership is still sorely lacking, which plays out in the ongoing conflict between state and federal marijuana policies.
Clinton says she'd make major reforms to cannabis laws if elected president.
Campaigning for president in the liberal oasis of Madison, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont rose to the defense of marijuana.