For years now it has been incredibly easy to purchase tools online to use in the production of fake pills, designed to look like their pharmaceutical counterparts but typically containing fentanyl. The DEA is now attempting to curb the sale of such tools.
Many of the U.K.’s top ADHD drugs are facing a shortage, forcing patients to seek out medical cannabis clinics as an alternative.
New York Governor Kathy Hochul is calling on social media companies and websites to remove listings for unlicensed cannabis retailers.
A new survey shines a light on Californian attitudes on cannabis, with increasing support surrounding the passing of Proposition 64 and a widely held belief that residents should support the legal market. Still, it appears there are education gaps among consumers.
It's back to the drawing board for Florida lawmakers trying to put a cap on THC potency.
A driver contracted with Uber from Crestview, Florida, was allegedly selling large quantities of shrooms and LSD out of his glove box.
Senate Memorial 12 is a request for the New Mexico Department of Health and University of New Mexico to study psilocybin and research regulatory requirements for a therapeutic program.
Lawyers Suggest Prince Harry Could Have Exaggerated Drug Use Claims in Memoir ‘Spare’ To Boost Sales
His admission of drug use could affect his ability to become a U.S. citizen.