Move over, Willie Nelson, you've got some company on the magic bus. Actually, Nelson joins Toby Keith on his new stoner song, "Wacky Tobaccy."
Peter Tosh's youngest son, Jawara McIntosh, is currently in a coma in a Boston hospital after he was brutally beaten in a New Jersey jail where he was serving a six-month sentence for marijuana possession.
The History Channel has taken a giant step forward with their new four-part, eight-hour documentary mini-series, "America’s War on Drugs," which aired from June 18-21.
So far in 2017, there have been five celebrity drug arrests: NFL players Demetrius Harris and Trevone Boykin, rappers Chief Keef and Shock G, and comedian Artie Lange.
A general rule is not to carry illegal drugs onto planes, but Chief Keef gave it a try and got caught on June 12 at the Sioux Falls Regional Airport in South Dakota.
Appointed in May 2015 to replace Michele Leonhart as the DEA's Administrator, Chuck Rosenberg got off to a rough start when he challenged the "notion that marijuana is also medicinal." He repeated that sentiment on Thursday.
Gov. Phil Scott harshed the mellow buzz around legislative legalization when he refused to approve a bill that would have allowed marijuana possession and cultivation in the Green Mountain State on May 24.
On May 23, Whoopi Goldberg called on New York's legislature to pass a bill that would add extreme menstrual cramps to the state's list of the state's qualifying medical marijuana conditions. Goldberg co-owns the cannabis company, Whoopi & Maya.
A now sober Brad Pitt reveals in the current GQ cover story that "back in my stoner days, I wanted to smoke a joint with Jack, Snoop and Willie. You know, when you're a stoner you get these really stupid ideas."