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As we sweated through our bike jerseys, my friend Sean mentioned that this is the first time he has ever understood this city. We had just biked 12 miles, out of Denver, past Glendale and into the scant suburbs. The edibles had only taken forty-five minutes to hit.
When Secretary of State Michele Reagan put her stamp of approval on petitions bearing 177,000 signatures in Phoenix on Thursday, Arizona became the fif ...
Want to get in on the green rush but don't want to grow or sell pot? Here's a list of promising businesses to start.
The nation's largest veterans group wants it to stop.
The Senate passed a package outside of its usual committee process.
States are hungry for the revenue. They just can't get too greedy.
Thursday marks 90 days since Ohio Governor John Kasich signed a bill into law that legalizes medical marijuana.
Maybe it's not the kids we should be worried about.
Chipotle posted a poll on Twitter Tuesday afternoon asking "How many burritos?" People were asked to vote between two numbers: 69 and 420.
Despite marijuana's continued illegality in New York City, the city's dealers are getting more professional than ever.
This fall, five states may legalize marijuana for recreational use. The change means parents and kids talk about marijuana in a whole new light.
More than 7,000 New Yorkers have signed up since New York began allowing patients with certain conditions to obtain non-smokeable marijuana preparations early this year through one of the most cautious medical marijuana programs in the nation. Now, the state is looking to expand it, with plans for home delivery and more dispensaries.
The drive to legalize marijuana in the United States – both medically and recreationally – has been in full force for a while. This year, in fact, there are
In November, five states may legalize recreational pot.
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The NFL is physically brutal. Some say marijuana can alleviate pain, but it's still illegal in most places. Some players want their league to take a closer look at the benefits of the drug.
Attorney Roger Barbour represented his wife and daughter in a case that paved the way for the first school in the nation to allow medical cannabis on campus.
A voter initiative legalizing recreational marijuana will be on the November ballot after the Arizona Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected a final legal challenge to the measure.
Risky use declines as states relax their marijuana laws.