South Dakota voters have approved two ballot initiatives to legalize marijuana for recreational and medical purposes, according to projections from the Associated Press.
Montana voters have approved a pair of marijuana legalization initiatives, according to a projection by the Associated Press.
Voters in New Jersey have approved the state’s adult-use cannabis legalization ballot question with overwhelming support, making it the 12th state to end cannabis prohibition.
Tuesday’s general election could have huge implications for federal marijuana reform, but the biggest business impacts hinge on whether the U.S. Senate flips to the Democrats and former Vice President Joe Biden wins the presidency.
For the sixth month in a row, Illinois has hit yet another marijuana sales record, and it has reached the key benchmark of half a billion dollars worth of legal cannabis products being purchased since the launch of the program at the beginning of this year.
With the green light given for a cannabis testing laboratory to begin operations, Missouri’s medical marijuana program supply chain is now complete and will soon be serving patients.
Oregon’s first-of-its-kind ballot measure to legalize psilocybin therapy has the potential to help ease mental suffering for terminally ill people, a medical doctor says in a new TV ad for the initiative.
If there’s one thing all Americans can agree on right now, it’s how divided we are on most of the major issues in the nation. However, despite this significant divide, there is another thing that both sides can apparently agree on: cannabis.
A study by Canadian researchers suggests that 43.5 percent of patients who began using medical cannabis to mitigate harmful alcohol habits were able to reduce the frequency of their alcohol use or quit entirely.