In a 2018 recording released by his attorney Joseph Bondy, Lev Parnas talked to President Trump about legalizing marijuana. During the conversation Trump said about pot, "It does cause an IQ problem."
Neil Young's American citizenship was held up by the U.S. Citizen and Immigration Service because of "certain marijuana related activities" until the Canadian-born rocker finally gained approval.
The complete and total dissolution of Insys Therapeutics should give the pharmaceuticals industry pause.
The Northeast Cannabis Business Conference has a special supporter: Senator Elizabeth Warren. NCIA acknowledges this in an email with a letter attached from the Democratic presidential candidate that welcomes attendees to the Feb. 19-20 event in Boston.
A new review of studies concludes that marijuana use can lead to heart attacks, while another study says it can help you survive one. Dr. Mary Clifton weighs in.
Despite her recent endorsement by the New York Times for the Democratic presidential nomination, Senator Amy Klobuchar remains far behind in the polls. This article assesses her stances on criminal justice and drug policy reforms as a prosecutor and Congresswoman.
The lawyer sitting next to indicted Rudolph Giuliani associate Lev Parnas in the recent TV interviews exposing Parnas' role in the Ukraine scandal is none other than New York cannabis attorney Joseph A. Bondy.
It took the Doobie Brothers 37 years to make it into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Their induction has been announced along with Depeche Mode, Whitney Houston, Nine Inch Nails, The Notorious B.I.G. and T-Rex.