We’re not going to delve into other matters where this might be up for debate, but when it comes to cannabis, bigger doesn’t mean better.
Montana took a first step towards putting cannabis legalization on the November 2020 ballot this afternoon, as New Approach Montana submitted two ballot initiatives to the state attorney general’s office for legal vetting.
The head of the nation’s only federally approved marijuana farm has revealed that he is developing cannabis eye drops to treat glaucoma.
Nearly four years have passed since Arizona voters rejected adult-use cannabis legalization—the only one of five states to reject it on the November 2016 ballot.
A top Mexican senator reaffirmed on Monday that his chamber considers marijuana reform a major priority in the coming legislative session.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently announced a policy change that will expedite the marketing of marijuana testing devices if they’re used for certain purposes.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is saying that New York will be more successful in legalizing recreational cannabis in 2020 than it was in 2019. But serious obstacles remain.
We’ve seen our share of ups and downs in the market, but is this the year the gains finally halt and the floor falls out? Short answer: no.
As he left Oak Park’s MedMen marijuana dispensary carrying a large red bag with the company logo adorning the side, Jack Fitzgerald had a simple piece of advice for those still waiting in line.