Growers and law enforcers are at odds in Discovery Channel's "Weed Country," which takes place in California's ever-expanding Emerald Triangle. But after six episodes, what did we really learn?
Grammy nominee 2 Chainz was arrested for marijuana possession on Feb. 14 in Maryland. The rapper went from the Grammys to appearing on "2 Broke Girls" to getting busted.
After more than 400,000 marijuana arrests in New York during his 11 years as Mayor, Michael Bloomberg has announced that the arrests will continue but bustees won't have to spend the night in jail. That's way too little and way too late.
Pot pundit Bill Maher says he's "gay for marijuana. I'd like to be treated equally under the law. We met in high school and we've been together ever since."
In 1972, for his third album, David Peel recruited John Lennon and Yoko Ono to produce "The Pope Smoke Dope." The album, featuring the title song, was released by Apple Records.
Chase Burnett would be alive today if marijuana was legal. The Georgia teenager allegedly died after he smoked an over-the-counter synthetic cannabinoid last year.
House Reps Jared Polis and Earl Blumenauer have sponsored federal legislation that would substantially reform the nation's marijuana laws.
The Michigan Supreme Court has upheld an Appeals Court decision banning medical-marijuana dispensaries. The 4-1 ruling effectively shuts down canna-business in state.