A top Minnesota lawmaker said on Tuesday that he will soon release a bill to legalize marijuana that will be the best “in the country to date.”
A top Mexican lawmaker says the nation’s Senate will vote on a bill to legalize marijuana by the end of this month.
State legislatures across the U.S. have convened for new sessions over the past month, and a growing number of governors are taking steps to push lawmakers to include legalizing marijuana as part of their 2020 agendas.
Nine out of 10 Kentucky residents support legalizing medical marijuana, and almost 60 percent say cannabis should be legal under “any circumstances,” according to a survey released on Wednesday.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced on Thursday that hemp farmers are now eligible for two crop insurance programs that offer coverage in the event of natural disasters.
A sleek website offering everything from dried cannabis flower to THC-infused gummies and pre-rolled joints boasts that Chicago weed users can “avoid troubles” by using its online ordering platform.
States have been experimenting with various forms of marijuana legalization for years and, according to new research, business is better where cannabis is legal.
Long lines, closures and shortages of product have frustrated consumers of legal weed in Illinois since the first of the year.
A key Virginia Senate committee approved a bill to decriminalize possession of marijuana on Wednesday.
Illinois' fully legal cannabis market remains red-hot. Meanwhile, Arizona's medicinal cannabis market is booming.
The decision to back away from pursuing criminal charges against people with small amounts of pot comes after state lawmakers last year legalized hemp in a way that threw marijuana prosecution into chaos.