Washington D.C.'s new workplace marijuana policy for city workers is under fire for alleged discrimination against legal cannabis users.
The policy change means more patients will be able to access their meds in the nation’s capital.
Her proposal would require that 60 percent of the new industry be made up of city residents.
After almost five years of decriminalization, he says it’s time to end the District’s “confusing and problematic state of affairs."
What does this mean for marijuana policymaking in 2019?
Will the sale of recreational cannabis finally be made legal in the nation's capital?
The policy shift only applies to District lands and police, not federal lands or federal law enforcement.
Even in cannabis-legal Washington, DC, people are still getting severely sick due to synthetic marijuana.
The CDC and D.C. officials are searching for answers to the latest outbreak of K2 overdoses to hit the nation's Capitol.
Those in public housing may not need to choose between their medication and their source of shelter.