The 2022 Midterms produced mixed results for marijuana law reform. Adult-use legalization measures passed in Maryland and Missouri, but lost in Arkansas, North Dakota and South Dakota. And Pennsylvania's pro-cannabis Lt. Gov. John Fetterman was elected to the U.S. Senate.
Five cannabis and psychedelics measures are on state ballots and numerous Senate races could realign the balance of power in Washington come 2023 if Dems don't pull some major Election Day victories.
Ketamine has come a long way from general anesthetic to club drug to therapeutic psychedelic. Only the authorities would use it for the wrong reasons, as in the case of Elijah McClain.
In a 2018 recording released by his attorney Joseph Bondy, Russian-born businessman Lev Parnas talked to then President Trump about legalizing marijuana. Parnas has since been convicted of fraud and campaign finance crimes and on June 29 was sentenced to 20 months in jail.
New Yorkers sparked up a large gathering on 4/20, a first for the Big Apple. This follows similar events in Colorado and California.
Iowa NORML activists have been at it for years, trying to turn Hawkeyes into hempsters. Now, the Des Moines Register says it's time to legalize it. One of those pot pioneers, Iowa native Doug McVay, weighs in.
The original Jack Herer strain initially launched in the U.S. in California. Now it's in Colorado with a number of shops selling six-packs of prerolls based on Sensi Seeds genetics.
As scare stories about Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome keep making the rounds, real research is being done. Dr. Ethan Russo thinks CHS is caused by genetic mutations and over-consumption. Dr. Mary Clifton weighs in.
The website Best Life has determined which states have the most cannabis users. Check out where your state lands on this list.
Known as Wayward Bill, William Chengelis was former chair of the U.S. Marijuana Party and a tireless Colorado cannabis crusader. He passed on August 7 at the age of 70.