Steve Elliott is the author of The Little Black Book of Marijuana [2011, Peter Pauper Press; 3rd Edition 2017]. He writes the National News column for Northwest Leaf Magazine.
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It seems this DARE relic is coming back to haunt us…again.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker wants to drug test people on welfare.
With the fast expansion of the cannabis industry around the globe, countries are competing to have the best ganja. But who is winning?
Whether you live in Oregon or you’re just visiting, here are the things you should know about the state’s marijuana laws.
“It’s amazing. It’s really the start of the culmination of a four-year journey for us,” said one Maryland dispensary owner.
Vape pens are a great way to smoke weed in public, but where do you get the cartridges if you don’t live in a green state? You make them, of course.
Here is what you should know before you set off on your next weed vacation.
Sensationalized coverage of a child’s sudden death resulted in massive misinformation about an alleged “fatal marijuana overdose”.
A recent poll found a big gap between public support for weed and current law in the big apple.
A rare poorly understood illness among cannabis users in legal states is generating controversy. But Is CHS caused by cannabis or chemical pesticides?
The government of Malta this week proposed allowing doctors to prescribe medical marijuana, but activists say the measure is too restrictive.
Chris Christie doesn’t seem concerned with little things like facts. But in reality, opioid use has gone down by as much as 25% in medical marijuana states.
A couple is suing the local cops and Nationwide Insurance after they were arrested when an insurance agent mistook their hibiscus plants for cannabis.
Montel Williams has mounted a lawsuit against several “scam” medical marijuana companies he says used his likeness to trick sick people.
Democrat Phil Murphy aims to pass a recreational cannabis legalization bill within his first 100 days.
You would probably never think of Texas and legal weed in the same sentence, but with new legislation that’s about to change. Well, kind of.
The life insurance industry is trying to cash in on cannabis legalization.
At what point does simple sloppy reporting become outright reefer madness propaganda? Newsweek seems determined to find exactly where that line lies.
One in three teens thinks smoking weed and driving is legal. What may be even more surprising is, according to several studies, they might have a point.