America’s new attorney general and disapproving grandfather Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III continues to ramp up his propaganda campaign against marijuana users and patients
The resurgence in popularity of spice, sometimes referred to as synthetic marijuana, is a troubling trend that could harm marijuana legalization efforts in the south.
Legislation that would have banned smokeable medical marijuana in Arkansas has failed to pass the Senate, but may come up at a later date.
Three bills and one resolution related to marijuana were introduced in Georgia’s legislature during this session. Here’s the latest midway through the legislative session.
Two Louisiana colleges, LSU and Southern University, have been approved as the state’s medical marijuana producers and are currently in search of growers…
Attorney General Sessions stated Monday that the DOJ would try to create “responsible policies”, but that he believes marijuana creates violence.
A seemingly minor glitch in Texas’s Compassionate Use Program could allow cannabis oil producers to start production, but will patients be able to buy it?
A bill to legalize medical marijuana is advancing in the South Carolina House after a unanimous vote by the House of Representatives Tuesday afternoon.
Opposition to the legalization of marijuana in Texas has fallen to its lowest level ever, according to a new poll released by the University of Texas and the Texas Tribune.
HR 975, a bill introduced into Congress this month by Representative Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) may signal the end of the federal government’s war on marijuana.
Members of the law enforcement community will speak out Thursday in favor of a bill that would reduce the penalty for simple marijuana possession in Texas.