With pot now legal in Massachusetts, some police dogs are “ overqualified.”
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, who wants to advise President-elect Trump on drug policy, says that as mayor of Davao he used to personally hunt drug suspects down on his motorcycle and kill them, in order to encourage constituents to do the same.
A court ruled that finding evidence of marijuana use in someone’s trash is not alone grounds to search the house. A law professor disagrees.
A Johns Hopkins study found that cannabis legalization reduces opioid overdose deaths by as much as 25%.
The synthetic marijuana that sent 18 people in Brooklyn to the hospital in a “zombie” like state, was 85 times as powerful as marijuana.
Doctors remain skeptical of marijuana’s medical value.
Colorado is about to raise the allowances for residual solvents in concentrates. Leafly investigates how much of these chemicals is unhealthy.
A doctor tell’s Gwyneth Paltrow’s site Goop that cannabis can help with PMS.
Illegal grows in California are sickening and killing wildlife.
A Connecticut MED user is suing Amazon and a staffing company for refusing to hire him.