The program is for those interested in the business side of the cannabis industry.
The City of Brotherly Love is moving toward commonsense law reform.
The 614-pound shipment was one of the largest marijuana busts in the Philadelphia port.
Why is there still such a racial disparity in marijuana charges in Philadelphia even after the city decriminalized the plant?
A Philadelphia doctor is contending that his Constitutional right to bear arms is being violated.
The contest, sponsored by Thomas Jefferson University, is open to anyone with or without a university-affiliation.
With the launch of mmj.org this summer, medical cannabis researchers, patients, and caregivers will have unprecedented access to evidence-based sources and best practices.
In a continued effort to combat the opioid epidemic, Philadelphia health officials will start to offer medical marijuana to recovering opioid addicts.
Leaders in Philadelphia are joining forces to stake their claim in Pennsylvania's medical marijuana industry.
To reduce overcrowding in prisons, a city could stop testing parolees for marijuana consumption.