While Attorney General Jeff Sessions continues to terrify the marijuana industry with his ridiculous comments about pot, medical marijuana got yet another celebrity endorsement this week: Sir Patrick Stewart.
With many other states looking at ending marijuana prohibition in the near future, it’s important to take a look at which predictions were off the mark. Here are five that, so far, haven’t proven to be true.
Some opinion polls suggest voters will soon approve California’s Proposition 64, legalizing marijuana for adult recreational use. If that proves to be the case, legalization will bring with it some perhaps surprising public health pros and cons – and voters need to weigh both very seriously before they head to the polls.
February may have brought upon trying times for the cannabis community, but the current presidential administration won’t stop us from enjoying the finest strains legally available any time soon.
Speaking Tuesday morning before the National Association of Attorneys General, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions expressed doubt that marijuana could help mitigate the opioid abuse epidemic.
Here’s a run-down of where the evidence on marijuana and opiates stands.
As White House press secretary Sean Spicer spoke Thursday about "greater enforcement" of federal marijuana laws, he seemed to link recreational pot use to a different type of drug: opioids.
At risk of raising the ire of the White House, Colorado is on the brink of becoming the first state with licensed pot clubs. But the details of how these clubs will operate are as hazy as the underground clubs operating already.
George Zimmer is lending his iconic, gravelly voice to the marijuana legalization movement.
Like a favorite coffee roast or a go-to Chipotle order, every cannabis connoisseur has their favorite weed strain. But, as revealed by a new survey, the most popular strain of 2016 may not be what you'd think.
Jake Plummer discusses the importance of NFL players having the right to use medicinal cannabis in an interview with BSN Denver.