The time is long overdue for the federal government to end marijuana prohibition. The people have spoken in states since 2012.
Dan Baum, the author of "Smoke and Mirrors: The War on Drugs and the Policy of Failure," passed away from brain cancer on October 8. He was 64.
"Psilocybin therapy" is the new buzz term in drug-policy reform. Ann Arbor just decriminalized entheogenic plants and Oregon and Washington, DC have magic mushrooms measures on the November ballot.
Colorado's Stanley Brothers, known for the Charlotte's Web CBD brand, have turned a wheat field in Colorado Springs into an amazing hemp-themed crop circle.
Turn the word OIL in caps upside down and you've got 710, the date for the latest stoner holiday. You know about 420. Well, today is National Dab Day. All you need to celebrate is some sticky concentrated cannabis and a smoking rig.
The little girl who turned the world on to the powers of CBD has died. Thirteen-year-old Charlotte Figi passed away at home in Colorado from the coronavirus on April 7.
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.
Founded in 2016, the celebrity marijuana brand Whoopi & Maya has closed its doors after a rift developed between the company's principles Whoopi Goldberg and Maya Elisabeth.
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.