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.
July 1 is a big day for the residents of Connecticut and Virginia, where adult-use cannabis legalization goes into effect. It also went into effect in New Mexico on June 29. Nineteen states have now legalized it.
For the second year in a row, an American flag made from hemp fiber was hoisted above the State Capitol to celebrate Colorado's Hemp History Week. When he was Congressman, Gov. Jared Polis did the same at the U.S. Capitol.
Members of jamgrass band Leftover Salmon have spent a good part of the pandemic in their cannabis gardens. Vince Herman and Andy Thorn tell tall green tales as they plan for a new album release.
Known for his work with Marijuana Policy Project and drafting Amendment 64 in Colorado, which legalized cannabis there in 2012, Steve Fox was an early player in the cannabis-law reform movement. He died on April 12.
In Reefer Madness news, Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts told the media this week: "If you legalize marijuana, you're gonna kill your kids. That's what the data shows from around the country." Read his entire wacky statement.
CNBC's Marcus Lemonis can't roll a joint, but can tell cannabis business stories. In the latest episode of his new series, "Streets of Dreams," he focuses on Denver's Green Mile, where companies selling pot products and services thrive.
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.