In Europe, they drink much more than they smoke cannabis.
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U.S. teens are more likely to smoke pot than to binge drink according to a new study. A government study says Miamians are more anti-weed than residents of any other U.S. city, a finding at odds with a visit to Miami.
Vice says legalizing can mitigate problems associated with synthetic cannabis.
LAWeekly talks to Dr. Francis D’Ambrosio, an orthopedic surgeon turned pot activist. “Is the medicine working?” he asked a patient. “Well, then it’d be criminal of me not to renew your prescription.”
The long awaited PTSD study for veterans is recruiting volunteers.
A New York doctor is accused of trading a prescription for the powerful opioid Suboxone for a few grams of pot.
Police in Baton Rouge, La., have reduced their enforcement of narcotics offenses since Alton Sterling was fatally shot on July 5.
Marco Vasquez, police chief of Erie, Colo., spoke in favor of legalization at a national law enforcement conference.
Forbes explains how a Congressional career offender provision got Tennessee grower Paul Fields sentenced to 15 years. It was Fields’ third offense. For the second one, he was sentenced to 100 days.
Hundreds of doctors in Georgia have registered to recommend low-THC, high-CBD cannabis oil but there’s no official directory. Word of mouth is the only way to find one of the doctors.
Bruce Schulte, former chair of Alaska’s Marijuana Control Board, was fired by Gov. Bill Walker (Ind.). Schulte said the state is trying to “subvert” the industry.
Anti-REC activists in Arizona say the state’s upcoming initiative would block employers
from firing people for cannabis use. In fact, the proposed law says the opposite.
Portland City Council appears ready to undo some of the restrictions governing dispensary operations. Humboldt County, Calif. growers are divided on a proposed excise tax.