The Mormon Church has officially voiced its opinion on Utah's medical marijuana bill.
A lawsuit against Utah's Prop. 2 says it would force members of the Mormon Church to violate their religious beliefs.
The short answer is, as you might have guessed, no.
A pro-medical marijuana group in Oklahoma is using good old-fashioned biblical interpretation to sway voters.
New data on moral attitudes toward cannabis use reflect the national trend toward legalizing the drug.
These weed-growing nuns have been growing weed for the purpose of healing.
A ballot measure is in sight. And now, Mormon leaders make a statement about medical marijuana in Utah.
Now that a religious group gets license to grow hemp for spiritual use, it could open the door for other groups to do the same.
The woman busted after using a bible to smuggle weed into jail definitely didn't think this one through.
This California cannabis church suing police over raids makes us ponder the extent of religious freedom in the United States.