Only five states specifically allow autism patients to legally access whole plant cannabis, so long as they get the appropriate doctor recommendations.
By this time next year Arizona farmers will have the freedom to plant hemp as a major crop, as the plant is removed from contraband status.
People from elsewhere who have medical marijuana cards and are visiting the Grand Canyon state can possess and use medical marijuana, the Arizona Court of Appeals has ruled.
PHOENIX – The Arizona Supreme Court won’t allow state and local officials to hide behind federal drug laws to throw roadblocks in the path of those who want to sell marijuana.
It’s an interesting situation: legalized medical marijuana and dispensaries in one of the United States’ most conservative territories. How do these conflicting events coexist?
A bill to legalize industrialized hemp in Arizona is winding its way through the state legislature.
APACHE JUNCTION, AZ (KPHO/KTVK) - An effort to expand Arizona's Medical Marijuana Act is underway, thanks to an initiative filed with the state by the Arizona Marijuana Patient Society.
PHOENIX — Less than a month after voters rejected allowing the recreational use of marijuana, there’s a new — and scaled-back — proposal emerging for the 2018 ballot.
Some veterans say their activism is driven by a desire to see the VA itself provide penalty-free marijuana to veterans suffering from PTSD.
Jim McMahon will appear on ‘Thursday Night Football’ in his home state stumping not for the navy blue and orange — but for green.
To put it blunt-ly (see what we did there?), the second annual Southwest Cannabis Conference + Expo at the Phoenix Convention Center this past weekend was a hit.
Arizona voters are poised to decide whether to legalize marijuana for recreational use.
Advocates of putting recreational marijuana on the Arizona ballot this November announced Thursday they met and exceeded signature requirements.
PHOENIX, AZ — Congressman Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) announced Monday that he is endorsing an initiative poised for the November ballot that would end marijuana prohibition in Arizona and replace it with a system in which marijuana is regulated and taxed similarly to alcohol.
A Phoenix doctor is conducting a study this summer focusing on how marijuana affects veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder.
PHOENIX — Arizonans may have the choice to join other states in legalizing marijuana for recreational use.
Arizona billboards encourage young people to educate parents about marijuana.
An alternative Arizona marijuana-legalization campaign made up of passionate cannabis users is aiming sky-high with its permissive proposal, but would voters really go for it?
Republican lawmakers are also trying to alter the Arizona's Medical Marijuana Act and pushing for tougher measures for patients to get access to medical marijuana.