Rob Hoffman is a health and drug policy reporter at Herb. His work has also appeared in Politico, ThinkProgress, and Fusion.
According to his family, Rolando Rosa was denied a liver transplant after the hospital detected cannabis in his bloodstream. He uses medical marijuana as an alternative to opioids.
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No “lab made shit” for this Cowboy.
The hood of an NYPD squad car might not be the best place to film yourself weighing weed.
Constellation Brands has already poured $200 million into the Canadian cannabis industry. Now, it’s looking to invest another $5 billion.
Cannabis in Israel is part of most doctors’ regular practice.
Could THC and THCA also help children suffering from epilepsy, without the psychoactive effects?
Lindsay Carter suffered from life-threatening seizures until he discovered cannabis.
A new organization in Korea is hoping to influence lawmakers to legalize medical cannabis.
There’s been mixed findings on whether cannabis can be an antipsychotic. Now, new research out of Brazil finds that at least one cannabinoid—CBD for schizophrenia—could be an effective treatment.
The fentanyl execution holds significance as fentanyl is fueling the opioid crisis.
Oklahoma just legalized medical marijuana, but the state’s biggest universities have announced they won’t be allowing it on campus.
Our regulations don’t reflect what we know.
Support for cannabis reform varies drastically from city to city, but overall, support is on the rise.
New research challenges the munchies stereotype.
Legalization would bring in revenue and cut down on enforcement costs.
It could set the precedent for large companies in America to stop discriminating against employees who use marijuana after work.