The first celebrities to be arrested for marijuana possession in 2020 are NFL players Muhammad Wilkerson and Greg Robinson. Both are free agents.
From 2017 to 2018, while Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg was mayor, marijuana arrests increased by 65% in South Bend, Indiana.
She's the Magic Woman. Heart singer Ann Wilson recently shared an old photo of her holding a joint at social media.
At the last two State of the Union addresses, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi says President Trump appeared to be under the influence of a drug or drugs.
NBA superstar Kevin Durant wants the NBA to remove marijuana from the league's banned substances list. The Brooklyn Net is sitting out the current season as he recovers from a right Achilles tendon injury.
Cypress Hill frontman B-Real is making more moves in the cannabis space. The owner of five Dr. Greenthumb's shops in California has announced a partnership with the Atlanta-based SweetWater Brewing Company.
At a rally in Colorado Springs, President Trump referred to Academy Award winner Brad Pitt as a "little wiseguy" for comments he made at the Oscars ceremony on February 9.
With the coronavirus spreading throughout the U.S. and the world, marijuana users have to adjust to the new health paradigm. That means no sharing of joints, pipes, bongs and vape devices.
Busted for possessing a small amount of marijuana in Russia in April, American-born Israeli citizen Naama Issacher was freed on January 30 after spending nine months in jail.
The Marley family is celebrating Bob Marley's 75th birthday on February 6 with the release of a new video for "Redemption Song," which was originally recorded in 1980 and appears on "Uprising."