Growers can make a lot more money if they sell their pot across state lines.
The report comes amidst heavy criticism that the NYPD is biased.
Entrepreneurs in Vermont are getting crafty with technicalities.
Porn is getting in on the action.
The Chicago Police Department changed its policy after having a hard time recruiting people.
Cannabis-derived medicines will be available to patients in August.
Nevada’s gaming regulators are notoriously anti-cannabis.
A young boy with epilepsy ignited a conversation in the UK about whether it’s time to legalize.
The pot-dealing dad in “Boundaries” is based on Director Shana Feste’s father.
Los Angeles comedian Mike Mulloy was recently turned into Uber by his driver for having smoked a blunt before getting into the car.
A Georgia man was sentenced to a year in jail for possessing less than an ounce of cannabis, following a traffic stop that he believes was racially motivated.
Dr. Rav Ivker is calling for a ban on dabbing which he says serves no medical purpose and increases the risk of addiction.
Talk about a win-win situation.
In Medellín, home growers have elaborate setups in their living rooms, bedrooms and even bathrooms.
If you buy legal pot in California, your data can be sold without your consent.
It’s meant as a resource for law enforcement, but it’s so hopelessly out of touch that it’s only serving people who want a good laugh.
The contest might be silly, Nixon said, but cannabis reform is a serious issue.
The Texas representative is running on a platform of cannabis legalization to unseat Senator Ted Cruz.