The young man drove from Springfield, Missouri to Colorado, where he purchased pounds of cannabis at $1,500 he sold for $2,500 back home.
A striking new report on marijuana arrest data in Pittsburgh raises doubts about decriminalization's ability to combat racial disparities in drug enforcement.
Police are giving white people citations for minor cannabis possession, and arresting black people.
Alison Ettel's defense was that she only pretended to dial 911. This was a lie.
The latest person in the series of white people calling the cops on black people going about their day has ties to the cannabis community.
The Minneapolis police have decided to cease all low-level marijuana stings due to the racial disparities in the resulting arrests.
The Louisiana-based Southern University and A&M College might see an influx of applicants now that they have launched a medical marijuana program.
Women and minorities are becoming less and less involved in legal weed. Massachusetts is looking to change that.
According to reports, the NYPD will no longer arrest you for small-scale marijuana possession. And there are more major changes to come.
The green revolution offers a bounty of opportunities. Will people of color get a seat at the table?