As states and municipalities across the country have been legalizing marijuana use in recent years, moms who use cannabis for recreational or medical reasons are left to wonder about potentially hazards to their children.
A glass bong taller than a giraffe. Huggable faux marijuana buds. A pool full of foam weed nuggets. Las Vegas’ newest attraction — and Instagram backdrop — is a museum celebrating all things cannabis.
“The Sisters of the Valley” is a nonreligious sorority of radical feminists in Northern California farm country. The women grow cannabis and sell products for various ailments including insomnia, arthritis and anxiety.
It might have seemed like his lucky day when packages of marijuana washed ashore on a Florida beach on Sept. 13, but a man who allegedly took a “brick” of the drug and hid it in his car has been arrested, according to police.
The state panel that will award Virginia’s first five medical marijuana licenses will keep the application review process confidential.
Like many myths, though, Washington’s connections to cannabis are not invented out of whole cloth. Washington did indeed grow industrial hemp on his Mount Vernon estate.
Reginald D. Wooding Jr., 22, was arrested Monday afternoon after marijuana, cash and a gun were found in his car while he was waiting to take a driving test.
A retired high-ranking Drug Enforcement Agency agent says proceeds from synthetic marijuana — often known as K2 or Spice — is being used to fund terrorism.
Nearly 150 marijuana businesses warned they could face crippling losses unless the state extends a July 1 deadline imposing strict standards for pot testing and packaging.
A national medical group Thursday abruptly canceled its plans to train doctors about marijuana for pain relief after a federal agency pulled its funding. The episode highlights an ongoing conflict between federal and state laws on marijuana.
Marijuana will be legal nationwide in Canada starting Oct. 17 in a move that should take market share away from organized crime and protect the country’s youth, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said.
No arrests have been made in Saturday’s overdoses but police say they are looking for the person who distributed the K2.
Residents of Carpinteria, California, say they feel lucky to live in what they consider a slice of paradise. But change is in the air. And sometimes, they say, it stinks.
Illinois has a novel reason to keep weed illegal.
Marijuana testing — a fixture at large American employers for at least 30 years — excludes too many potential workers, experts say, at a time when filling jobs is more challenging than it’s been in nearly two decades.