Backed by Gov. Ralph Northam and supported by a Democratic majority in Richmond. Virginia has joined 17 other states that have legalized recreational or adult-use cannabis.
Ellen DeGeneres is at it again. One of the most famous cannabis haters, the daytime talk-show host told Jimmy Kimmel, "I never did like marijuana or pot. I don't partake in the wacky tobacky or I'm not a doobie brother."
Just 14 months after closing up her Whoopi & Maya brand, Whoopi Goldberg is back with another cannabis company, this time named for her mother and brother, Emma & Clyde.
Kevin Sabet is the most hated man in cannabis. His anti-marijuana book "Smokescreen," which comes out on 4/20, tells the story of Kevin Bright, who died in 2018 of an opioid overdose. But Bright's parents and Sabet blame his death on cannabis.
Due to Year Two of the Covid pandemic, there will be limited 4/20 activities in 2021. Here are 35 scheduled events, either in-person or online, during the 4/20 holiday.
Members of jamgrass band Leftover Salmon have spent a good part of the pandemic in their cannabis gardens. Vince Herman and Andy Thorn tell tall green tales as they plan for a new album release.
Known for his work with Marijuana Policy Project and drafting Amendment 64 in Colorado, which legalized cannabis there in 2012, Steve Fox was an early player in the cannabis-law reform movement. He died on April 12.
Peter Clark last smoked cannabis or hash in Las Vegas before he flew to Dubai on February 24. However, a medical emergency required him to be hospitalized, where he was drug tested. The test detected hash and Clark has since been detained by UAE authorities.