Rob Hoffman is a health and drug policy reporter at Herb. His work has also appeared in Politico, ThinkProgress, and Fusion.
They banned “wet cannabis,” but all cannabis must go through this phase before it can be consumed.
Researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine find evidence supporting decriminalization.
There’s an epidemic of brain injuries in football and hardly any options to treat them.
Remnants of cannabis prohibition linger in the insurance market.
Six years after Colorado and Washington legalized recreational cannabis, a study shows police officers are more successful at closing cases, since they aren’t busy investigating and arresting individuals for low-level cannabis offenses.
Of the 138 senior patients sent the survey, 27 percent claimed that they were able to “completely” discontinue their use of painkiller medications with the help of medical marijuana.
Along with nearly 500 pounds of cannabis, $6000 and a gun were also seized in the arrest of two individuals.
A Colorado widow is being denied half of her late husband’s workers’ compensation benefits because cannabis was found in his system after he died on the job at the Loveland Ski Area.
We take a critical look at the studies tying legalization to emergency room visits.
Her boss requested she take a drug test after she fell down at work.
The industry is concerned the province hasn’t approved enough legal farmers.
It will be more like a doctor’s office than a dispensary.
They failed to comply with a regulation they didn’t know existed.
Since many medical professionals know extremely little about cannabis, Thomas Jefferson University is offering America’s first cannabis education program.
Currently, cannabis businesses are only permitted to operate in roughly 144 out of 482 cities in the state.
While the reports in California are positive, for at least 21 other states, cannabis arrests have increased between 2014 and 2016—in some cases, by more than 50 percent.
NORML says the case is an example of unnecessary cannabis policing.
Andrew Panaggio was using opioids to treat his back pain until he found that cannabis offers relief without the side effects. His insurance company says they won’t pay for it.
The proposal is part of a movement to treat rather than punish drug users.
High driving turns out to be a lot more common than you might think.