Now that more states are legalizing pot and medical use is becoming widespread across the U.S., PBS' NOVA series takes a closer, scientific look at cannabis in the latest episode.
The website Best Life has determined which states have the most cannabis users. Check out where your state lands on this list.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf tweeted on August 18: "Marijuana legalization is long overdue in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvanians want it. I’m for it." But how can he flip a Republican legislature that's not for it?
There are now 19 states that have legalized adult-use/recreational cannabis, 12 more with decriminalization laws and 47 with some form of medical-marijuana access.
Alabama is the 36th legal medical-marijuana state. The House version of SB 46 passed with bipartisan support on May 5 and Gov. Kay Ivey signed The Compassionate Act into law on May 17.
An Arkansas woman was fired from her job at the Harvest Cannabis Dispensary in Conway for refusing to get the Covid vaccine. Were they right to let her go?
Dr. Jason Pirozzolo, a new figure in the Rep. Matt Gaetz scandal and pro-Trumper, heads the American Medical Marijuana Physicians Association and worked with the Congress member on trying to pass cannabis research legislation.
Glaucoma sufferer Elvy Musikka, who received 300 joints per month since 1988 as part of the government's Compassionate IND program, has departed it, leaving Irvin Rosenfeld as the last remaining federal medical-marijuana patient.
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.