Rob Hoffman is a health and drug policy reporter at Herb. His work has also appeared in Politico, ThinkProgress, and Fusion.
Previously, getting your record cleared was a tiring and complicated process.
This is just the latest development in a nationwide debate over whether athletes should be allowed to use medical cannabis.
It’s incredibly difficult for cannabis studies to get the funding they need.
The federal agency joins a community of health experts who think smoking is not a good way to consume weed.
UK officials have decided to no longer permit 12-year-old Billy Caldwell to use cannabis oil for his life-threatening seizures.
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While there are 29 states with medical marijuana, only four currently allow students to take it on school property.
Governor Jerry Brown is launching an initiative to crack down on illicit pot operations in the state.
Not only is it nearly impossible to access CBD in Texas, but, once patients do, it’s often prohibitively expensive.
They’re setting up in other parts of the state.
Men who smoke cigarettes and younger parents are also more likely to light up.
If your lawmaker isn’t on this list, they are not supporting cannabis legalization by co-sponsoring the Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act of 2017 and the REFER Act of 2018.
The majority of physicians in the U.S. feel completely unprepared to talk marijuana with their patients.
The products are being marketed at Lidl as a more ‘relaxing’ alternative to tobacco.
Despite research showing otherwise, Dr. Nora Volkow still believes legalization increases harmful teen use.
The research on cannabis for opioid use disorder is growing rapidly.
Patient stories are driving progress, even if there’s little research to back them.
Most med schools still don’t teach physicians about medical marijuana.
It’s putting money behind candidates for governor, Congress, and state legislatures.
The rally was a part of the global “Marijuana March,” with similar events taking place around the world.