If the American people are worrying about Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions’ approach to enforcing federal marijuana laws, he says they should get Congress to change them.
For more than two years, Lance Crowder was having severe abdominal pain and vomiting, and no local doctor could figure out why. Finally, an emergency room physician in Indianapolis had an idea.
This year saw big election wins for marijuana in several states. In addition, Colorado crossed the $1 billion mark for annual marijuana sales.
Legal-marijuana activists were in a celebratory mood Thursday as a new voter-approved law took effect in Massachusetts, allowing people 21 and over to possess, grow and use limited amounts of recreational pot.
Golden State Warriors Coach Steve Kerr made headlines Friday when he said on a podcast with CSN Bay Area’s Monte Poole that he took medicinal marijuana during his recovery from back surgery last year.
Many boys dream of playing professional football, but few of them ever consider the risks that go along with the glory. Former NFL player Brandon Haw was no different. Haw began playing football when he was just eight years old, and back then, his attention was focused on the challenges inherent in the game, and…
Tennessee Titans linebacker Derrick Morgan has earned his living with brutal hits on the football field. But the husband and father of two would like to prevent those hits from haunting him in the future.
President Obama said that marijuana use should be treated as a public-health issue similar to tobacco or alcohol and called the current patchwork of state and federal laws regarding the drug “untenable.”
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said Friday that she plans to vote in favor of legalizing recreational marijuana in California.
In the mid-19th century, some European doctors became fascinated with a plant-derived drug recently imported from India.
Q&A Proposition 64 would legalize recreational use of marijuana though it’s illegal under federal law. How will that work?
Proposition 64 on the Nov. 8 ballot would legalize the recreational use of marijuana in California and allow the state to issue licenses to those who grow, transport and sell cannabis.
With five states voting on marijuana legalization next month, this is a pivotal year for marijuana policy no matter which way the contests turn out.