At the National Cannabis Festival, small-business owners got a chance to spread their message about cannabis products and encourage others to become supporters. See photos.
Some people will say that the holiday’s name traces back to a police code. Others, meanwhile, believe that something happened on April 20 many years ago. The origins of the so-called pot holiday “420” are — fittingly — fuzzy.
The U.S. Coast Guard is offloading marijuana and cocaine with an estimated street value of $62.5 million dollars at Florida’s Port Everglades.
The Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission issued a bulletin alerting companies of a deadline of Sept. 30 to finalize their licenses and open their doors.
A Virginia prosecutor says most misdemeanor marijuana possession charges are going to be dismissed.
Oswaldo Barrientos said he felt blindsided during his citizenship interview when the immigration officer started asking questions about his job at a marijuana dispensary, without explaining the potential consequences of his answers.
Products containing CBD — the buzzy cannabinoid used in everything from lotions to gumdrops — will soon be showing up on the shelves of Walgreens stores across the country.
The Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission said it plans to move ahead with accepting applications for new medical marijuana growing and processing businesses, despite one firm’s effort to block the industry expansion.
The legalization of hemp production in the United States has opened the floodgates for CBD-infused products. Now CBD is showing up in shampoos, lattes, body oils, gummy bears and even dog treats.
Marijuana — still illegal under federal law — is now fully legal in 10 states and Washington, D.C. Some cities have stopped prosecuting people for possession of marijuana in small amounts.
The creator of one of the most recognized brands of jelly beans has debuted a line of cannabis-infused sweets for candy lovers to enjoy.
The rising popularity of edible marijuana raises some questions, especially when it comes to pregnant women.
Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced in January that her office would end prosecutions on charges of possessing cannabis, regardless of the quantity or the person’s criminal history.
A man arrested on marijuana charges alongside since-cut Baltimore Ravens running back Alex Collins had previously been in a similar situation with one of Collins’ teammates.
One day after a trash truck driver was acquitted in a fatal crash outside Charlottesville, Virginia, involving an Amtrak train carrying members of Congress, a prosecutor wants lawmakers to help hold drug-impaired drivers responsible.
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