Marijuana laws in the United States are constantly changing. This is the current state of the union.
The Chalice Festival was denied a permit to fully operate in San Bernardino. Now, they're fighting back.
Thanks to a legal loophole, weed pop-ups have been blowing up in the nation's capitol. But last weekend, 30 were arrested at a Washington DC marijuana...
It looks like Massachusetts will have to continue waiting for recreational sales, as the state still has no licensed marijuana retailers.
In an effort to prevent people from getting criminal records, lawmakers in Canada are reviewing the laws regarding sharing marijuana.
A new survey among Canadians who consume weed show that most of them will transition over to the legal market once it's up and running.
Oregon cannabis growers have been flooding the legal market with their plants. And no one can say with certainty how this will play out.
As more and more states legalize cannabis for recreational use, authorities are attempting to establish and enforce standardized stoned-driving laws.
This international convenience store will be selling cannabinoids by the thousands by the end of the year.
Staunchly anti-legalization, Maine's Governor LePage vows to veto bill regulating cannabis sales. Will his views be enough to stop it though?