April 30, 2015
Medical marijuana industry in Louisiana just got a little greener. The chances of the plant becoming more acceptable in the Bayou State might no longer be a pipedream of weed advocates. Wednesday April 29 will be …
Updated By GERMAN LOPEZ
APRIL 27, 2015
The spread of marijuana legalization in Colorado, Washington state, Oregon, and Alaska over the past few years means that more Americans can now legally buy and sell pot — but this has also …
By OLGA KHAZAN
APR 23, 2015
Many young adults remember their childhood participation in Drug Abuse Resistance Education, better known by the acronym “D.A.R.E.” One of the program’s core messages—along with the idea that you should always shout “NO!” when …
By DON GLENN
April 12, 2015
Countless questions remain over what impact medical marijuana taxes might have on the New York state budget. There’s some reason to downplay widespread optimism that it would be a panacea for closing fiscal gaps.…
By ROSA FLORES
April 10, 2015
At the summit of the Americas in Panama, Latin American leaders will discuss the drug war. A potential new concern comes from an unlikely source: the united states where pot, is increasingly becoming legal.
Edited by DAVID LEONHARDT
April 9, 2015
Colorado’s marijuana tax collections are not as high as expected.
In February 2014, Gov. John Hickenlooper’s office projected Colorado would take in $118 million in taxes on recreational marijuana in its first full …
By JOHN COLLINS
March 22, 2015
In the blink of an eye, global debates about cannabis regulation have shifted from “whether” to “how.” In 2014, Uruguay became the first nation to explicitly regulate cannabis from seed to sale. Its preferred …
Edited By DAVID LEONHARDT
March 20, 2015
It sounds like an idea a stoner might come up with.
In Washington, D.C., it’s now legal to possess marijuana, to grow it, to smoke it and to give it away. But you’re …
By BRISBANE TIMES
March 18, 2016
Queensland’s Labor government is adopting the same “wait and see” approach to medical marijuana of other states as NSW presses ahead with clinical trials.
Children with severe epilepsy, chemotherapy and terminal illness patients will …
By ABBY HAGLAGE
March 9, 2015
Spirits were high in Washington, D.C., Monday night as news broke that three senators plan to introduce a bill to Congress on Tuesday aimed at ending the federal ban on marijuana.
While the details …