The powerful veterans group says lack of support puts pioneering, federally approved study in jeopardy.
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From creating edibles to crafting policy, these women are influencing the way marijuana industry is rolling out in America.
Consider making a few adjustments to your dispensary to make the experience a little easier for disabled customers or medical marijuana patients.
Once a month, staff members at the Santa Cruz Veterans Alliance (SCVA) fill more than 100 brown paper bags with high-quality medical cannabis and pass them out for free at a local community center.
The burgeoning legal marijuana industry has a glass ceiling but it seems loftier and more easily broken than traditional industries.
Activists call on state and county fair organizers to consider cannabis as another agricultural crop worth displaying to the public.
An industry long haunted by negative connotations and a lack of sound research finds new opportunities in sustainability.
There’s increasing demand among U.S. military veterans for safe access to legal marijuana for the treatment of their physical and mental ailments.
Under current rules, doctors with the Department of Veterans Affairs cannot even discuss marijuana as an option with patients.
AUSTIN - In order to remove the stigma of medical marijuana, crowds marched through Austin Saturday as a part of the 10th annual Marijuana March.
Women have long used over-the-counter pills to treat cramps, but the 'View' co-host has an herbal remedy: medical marijuana.
Reefer madness appears to be fading into oblivion -- at least when it comes to popular attitudes. The law lags behind.
MACON, Ga. (AP) -- Once a month, a cardboard box from Colorado appears at the office of a conservative Christian lawmaker in central Georgia, filled with derivatives of marijuana, to be distributed around the state in the shadows of the law.
"They need to schedule a hearing on this,” said one advocate. “I know (lawmakers) care about people, I just don’t think they are aware.”