University of Mississippi
For the second year in a row, federal officials are seeking permission to grow more weed. Yes, you read that correctly. On Wednesday, the administrator of the US Drug Enforcement Administration, Michele Leonhart, posted a proposal in the US Federal Register that...
The National Institute on Drug Abuse has finally released information on the different varieties of cannabis they have been growing for over 30 years.
The National Institute of Drug Abuse, the sole supplier of legal, research cannabis in the U.S., is under fire for the quality of the weed they've been supplying to scientists. Now, NIDA is looking to step up its marijuana game.
The University of Mississippi was selected in 1968 as the United States' first, and only, legal marijuana farm since the drug became illegal in 1937 under the Marijuana Tax Act.