Sure, the commercial may be a bit silly, but it effectively conveys the company's message and definitely held our attention! Check it out!
The NORML staff and I mourn the passing of longtime medical-marijuana activist and patient Steve McWilliams, who took his own life in July after suffering years of ill health and federal persecution. McWilliams was 51.
CENTRAL POINT, Oregon — Detective Josh Moulin is a criminal forensic expert quite unlike the well-dressed heroes you see stalking bad guys across a fictional Miami every Monday night on CBS.
JOSHUA TREE - One hundred dollars, a chronic medical condition and a note from a doctor can get you free reign to possess and use marijuana.
ALBANY -- In the midst of the salacious propositions, Smoov's ad grabbed the attention of the detectives who'd been tipped about it.
COLUMBIA, Mo. - A compromise proposal to change a voter-approved marijuana possession law would prevent certain repeat drug offenders and those convicted of other crimes from taking advantage of the new law's lenient sentencing guidelines.
A leading lingerie company has joined Japan's fight against high fuel use, unveiling a heated bra for winter. The fluffy creation contains special pads filled with an eco-friendly gel that can be easily heated in a microwave or with a hot water bottle. The design also includ...
MERRIMACK, N.H. --Police say a 19-year-old convenience store clerk fell asleep on two jobs this week: minding the store and selling drugs.
In the first study of its kind, researchers have found that peyote -- for now, the only legal hallucinogenic drug in the United States -- doesn't rob regular users of brain power over time.
Light up, but don't drink up. Those were voters' verdicts in neighboring Ferndale and Oak Park.
SALEM, Ore. – An attorney for Columbia Forest Products Inc. argued before the Oregon Supreme Court that voters who approved the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act never intended to force companies to let employees come to work with the drug in their systems.