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.
The state’s residents have been waiting for two years.
Anti-pot groups and lawmakers are still trying to stop the measure.
Voters legalized weed at the polls in 2016, but there’s still nowhere to buy it.
The federal ban on cannabis prevents patients from using it in public housing, even in legal states.
They looked just like letters sent out by the state a few weeks prior.
“I changed my mind and I am certain you can as well.”
This might be good news for consumers, but it is really bad news for growers.
A voter initiative to legalize cannabis could draw more Democrats to the polls in November.
A law intended to combat terrorism is now being used to confiscate weed without a warrant.
CBD is approved for epilepsy in the state, but there are only three places to legally buy it.
The proposal to decriminalize all drugs would follow the approach of Portugal who has seen a decrease in overdose deaths and crime rate.
Former Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon could unseat the current governor over cannabis.
Charles Schumer is finally supporting cannabis legalization.
Landlords are installing weed smoke detectors and anti-pot tenants are calling the cops.
It joins a growing number of states clearing records.
The Latin Kings are more of a family than a gang.
He owns a pizza shop chain called Sexy Pizza and Colorado’s second oldest medical marijuana dispensary, Denver Relief.
Families spent hours with the state’s lawmakers convincing them that their kids need cannabis.
According to statements made by Colorado Republican Senator Cory Gardner, President Trump will support the Cole Memo.
“The point of our medical cannabis law is to aid those who are sick and dying.”