Miroslav Tomoski

Miroslav Tomoski is a political reporter at Herb. He studied US politics at the University of Windsor and has been reporting as a freelancer since the 2016 election. His work has taken him across 30 states and – in the hopes of making it to all 50 – he is now looking for a good reason to go to Oklahoma.


Now middle-class Mexicans are coming over the border to enjoy the Golden State’s legal weed.

Mexico is going to have to build a wall to keep American drugs out of their country

His remarks countered the organization’s top narcotics officials who released a report earlier in the week criticizing marijuana legalization efforts around the world.

They tried to divert his flight from The Philippines and failed. Now, he’s back in the UK where he faces extradition to the US.

Gypsy Nirvana: The Cannabis Seed Dealer Who Keeps Getting Away

Weedmaps told California officials they are partly to blame for the lack of compliance among dispensaries due to their unreasonably strict regulations.

Weedmaps Refuses To Remove Unlicensed Dispensaries From Its Site

The police tried to justify it during a conference on Monday (March 12).

NYPD Commissioner Defends The High Number Of Minority Arrests For Pot Possession

Efforts to legalize recreational marijuana have been derailed by competing proposals and endless debate.

New Jersey Legalization is Derailed by Competing Proposals and Endless Debate

Medical marijuana bills HB197 and HB195 are a tiny step in the right direction.

Utah lawmakers approve medical marijuana bill

Since Attorney General Jeff Sessions lifted protections for state-legal cannabusinesses, U.S. Attorneys have had the authority to crackdown. But will they?

Why US Attorneys Are Not Actually Going To Crackdown On The Marijuana Industry

The LAPD estimates that Los Angeles alone has up to 300 illegal dispensaries.

California Sends 500 Cease-And-Desist Letters To Unlicensed Cannabusinesses

“[W]e will go to court to ensure that the American people receive the compensation they deserve,” Attorney General Jeff Sessions said.

The DOJ Goes After Opioid Manufacturers For 'Deceptive' Marketing

The move is a major step toward removing the stigma still surrounding cannabis.

Cronos Becomes The First Cannabis Company Listed On The NASDAQ

Judge Alvin Hellerstein just dismissed the case of Alexis Bortell, who was suing Attorney General Jeff Sessions to legalize marijuana.


Senator Cory Booker’s Marijuana Justice Act aims to end prohibition and undo the harms of the war on drugs.

Pivotal Justice Sends Mixed Messages In High Court Cake Case

Alfie Dingley’s family was forced to move to the Netherlands so their son could access cannabis oil for his epilepsy.

UK Medical Marijuana Debate Heats Up After A 6-Year-Old Is Denied His Medicine

This case could be used against cannabis enthusiasts in Indiana.

Traffic stop turns into an unwarranted search

Doctors are about to go to prison for lax medical marijuana prescriptions.

Health Care Activists Hold Sit-In At Sen. Schumer's Office

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