President Obama is commuting the sentences of 98 people, giving harmless inmates a chance to rebuild their life outside of prison.
A Maryland police commission has recommended relaxing the strict limits on how often prospective officers may have smoked cannabis in the past.
After state legislatures foul move of removing of Issue 7, issue 6 has been widely supported by the Arkansans United for Medical Marijuana.
If Shoppers Drug Mart is accepted to be a licensed distributor, medical cannabis could be available in over 1200 store locations.
British Sugar will make the perfect home for a specific strain of cannabis that GW Pharma will use to make medication to treat a rare form of Epilepsy.
The Texas Department of Safety could end the state’s medical cannabis program before it even starts with sky high license fees.
An Idaho mother has lost custody of both of her children after administering a smoothie that contained cannabis butter to help her seizure-ridden daughter.
Despite the FDA noting the positive attributes cannabis has to offer, the DEA decided not to remove cannabis from the list of Schedule 1 drugs.
Pennsylvania is preparing new regulations for the opening of medical cannabis dispensaries, many are the same restrictions as state-run liquor stores.
Innovative Industrial Properties Inc., a cannabis real estate company, could become a commanding force on the New York Stock Exchange.
As California begins to cultivate some of the most potent strains ever seen, Mexican residents are smuggling in high-quality cannabis from America.
Texas is known for its strict medical cannabis laws, but faulty wording in the bills has led to some confusion among suppliers and growers.
As the former National Democratic Party MP, Peter Stoffer believes he has seen enough abuse to change his way of thinking on medical cannabis for veterans.
It took several lawsuits for this German MS patient to earn the right to grow his own medicine, which will hopefully open the doors for more patients.
John Podesta, Clinton’s campaign chairman, had his emails hacked, and a document provided to Clinton about cannabis legalization was given to WikiLeaks.
United States Coast Guard agents are being kept busy, as massive packages of cannabis continue to wash up along beaches in the Florida Keys.
First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, said there’s a need to relax the laws around medical cannabis to aid people suffering from illnesses.
This prison food company in Arizona wants to keep cannabis illegal so they can keep prisoners in jail to eat their malnutrition meals.
Utah Governor hopeful, Mike Weinholtz, is supporting his wife throughout his campaign, proving that he truly is in favor of cannabis legalization.
The majority of Americans want cannabis legalized, recreationally and medically. So will these numbers hold up in the November elections?