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According to Denver’s Department of Public Health and Environment, the energy usage is “significant”.

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Canada postponed weed legalization and now Justin Trudeau can’t sit with us at lunch.

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau speaks at the Royal York Hotel about "Liberty in a culturally diverse society." while addressing the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada

This case could be used against cannabis enthusiasts in Indiana.

Traffic stop turns into an unwarranted search

Doctors are about to go to prison for lax medical marijuana prescriptions.

Health Care Activists Hold Sit-In At Sen. Schumer's Office

The simulation includes lessons in short-term memory loss, altered visual perception, and a slowed reaction time.

Canadian Soldiers To Be Given "Weed Goggles" To Learn What It's Like To Be High

“Doobies grow boobies,” he told them.

police talking to a little boy

The family has moved to the Netherlands to become medical marijuana refugees.

The UK Denies A 6-Year-Old With Epilepsy Cannabis For His Seizures

The Senate released its first-ever comprehensive report on the ties between opioid manufacturers and advocacy groups.

Big Pharma paid $9 million to advocacy groups and doctors to downplay the danger of opioids

“We could use those resources to solve homicides,” the city’s District Attorney said.

Philadelphia D.A. Larry Krasner Announces The City Will No Longer Prosecute Marijuana Possession

There’s been a search in MMJ license applications since pot became legal in January.

Californians Are Using Medical Marijuana Cards To Get A Discount On Recreational Weed

The consumption of K2 and Spice are drawing major public health concerns.

Synthetic Marijuana, Or K2, Use On The Rise In New York City

Senators supporting The Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act aim to change how the law treats drug offenders.


Tobacco companies like Alliance One International and Philip Morris International are making investments and taking steps to get into the cannabis industry.


George David Banks, a member of Trump’s National Economic Council, dismissed himself after learning his history with marijuana would limit security clearance.


Finally, South Korea is taking steps towards updating their archaic views on cannabis.

South Korean Man lights up a marijuana joint


This type of ruling, known as grand-jury nullification, occurs when the jury refuses to enforce the law because it believes the law itself is wrong.

This Arizona jury refused to enforce drug laws they thought were unjust

“I don’t think it’s anything to be ashamed of if you say, ‘It’s been determined by a doctor that I have a qualifying condition and I am going to try this,” the lawmaker said.

Chicago Lawmaker John Fritchey Admits To Medical Marijuana Use To Fight Stigma

Canada would like an accurate read on the country’s current smoking habits. And they’re willing to get real smelly to do it.

Construction workers about a mile into the new tunnel being constructed on the Clean Rivers Project. It is part of DC Water's program to reduce overflows from sewers into the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers and Rock Creek. (Photo by Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post via Getty Images)

In states like Indiana and West Virginia, Donald Trump is popular but marijuana is even more popular.

High-ranking Democrats like New Jersey Senator Cory Booker have put their weight behind the push to legalize weed.

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