The conflict between state and federal law has left many growers and sellers in the burgeoning pot industry in a legal dilemma.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has been urging city officials to commercialize marijuana, creating more tax revenue and jobs, but a group called Smart Approaches to Marijuana says that may have negative consequences.
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.
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.
Illinois has a novel reason to keep weed illegal.
Two separate murder cases in Montgomery County, Maryland, all link to the buying and selling of marijuana, which the county’s state’s attorney said is often at the center of violent crime.
California stepped into 2018 with a brand new law in the books.
While President-elect Donald Trump has spoken in favor of medical marijuana,pot advocates are uncertain how his administration will deal with national efforts to reform marijuana laws and how it might deal with legalized marijuana in the District.
A Pasadena, Maryland, man accused of having a pot farm in his home’s basement was released on $45,000 bail Monday.
Police have charged two renters living in a home in Ellicott City, Md., with multiple marijuana and firearms counts after discovering a “sophisticated” set up where the pair is accused of manufacturing, producing and distributing the drug.
More than 1,400 pounds of marijuana was discovered in a commercial shipment of coconuts at the U.S.-Mexico Border in Texas.
Move over, kale. There’s a new leafy green rising to fame in the food world — but you won’t be able to find it at your local grocery store.
The founder of a D.C. business that offered free marijuana brownies in exchange for what he called a “donation”, has pleaded guilty to pot distribution charges.
D.C. lawmakers are considering dozens of issues raised during public testimony surrounding whether it should ban marijuana use in private businesses.
WASHINGTON — Pot-related businesses in the District are starting to meet expectations, growing steadily since last February when marijuana became legal for private and personal use. The Washington Post details several examples of head shops that…
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