Rob Hoffman is a health and drug policy reporter at Herb. His work has also appeared in Politico, ThinkProgress, and Fusion.
Science says that decriminalizing cannabis stops criminal records from preventing success later in life.
Researchers at the University of Colorado have been getting around cannabis research regulations by driving around in a van retrofitted into a mobile cannabis lab.
He’s running for re-election in November.
Rumors bubbled up last night that President Trump wants to let VA Secretary David Shulkin go. Will his replacement be more open to marijuana for veterans?
Nearly half of all drug arrests are for marijuana.
There’s been a whole lotta fear-mongering happening.
States that arrest a lot of people have the same rate of drug use as states that don’t.
We look at the data.
Child Protective Services accused the parents of abusing their daughter because they give her marijuana to stop her from hurting herself.
The much-anticipated opening of dispensaries quickly turned to frustration and disappointment.
Alaska, California, and Massachusetts are trying to pass bills that would give cannabis sanctuary status and prohibit state resources from being used to enforce prohibition.
Other major companies are expected to follow suit.
After the media caught wind of the poll, it suspiciously disappeared from the group’s website.
The Sensible Enforcement of Cannabis Act would ensure that states’ marijuana laws are respected.
Senator Kristen Gillibrand publicly stated that pharmaceutical companies are only opposing medical marijuana for fear of competition.
Finally, a testing system that distinguishes between consumption and impairment.
Between 2015 and 2016, Maine experienced a 35.4 percent increase in its drug overdose death rate, exceeding the number of yearly deaths from car accidents.
By January 15th, 15 companies had been awarded 10% of all licenses in the state.
Currently, when NFL players injure themselves, they’re met with two options: power through it and stay on the field, or recover and risk slipping into obscurity.
Representative Pete Sessions has control over what bills make it to the floor of the House for a vote.