|Photo: The Grand Rapids Press
An anonymous caregiver who grows medical marijuana for patients checks his garden. He has 22 plants of three varieties growing in his Grand Rapids basement.
Grand Rapids, Michigan city commissioners have decided on a homegrown approach to regulating medical marijuana.
Medical marijuana supporters say they are “outraged” over President Obama’s re-appointment of Bush Administration holdover Michele Leonhart as chief of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).
A bill to legalize medical marijuana in Maryland, with state-run production centers, is getting support from legislators in both parties.
|Eight grand a pound adds up.|
A California man is asking the city of Costa Mesa to pay for 12 medical marijuana plants seized by the police in 2007.
The Los Angeles City Council voted 9-3 today to pass an ordinance regulating the sale of medical marijuana by dispensaries. The measure, which the council first began debating more than four years ago, passed quickly, without debate.
|It’s easier to get in than to get out… usually.|
A man climbed over a fence and tried to break into an Oregon jail after drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana, according to police.
|Photo: Daniel Beaman Photography|
|Kush House dispensary in Venice Beach. Hundreds of pot shops, including all 14 in Venice, will be forced to shut down under L.A.’s new dispensary law.|
With the Los Angeles City Council expected this week to give final approval to a new law which would result in hundreds of medical marijuana dispensaries being forced to close, some are wondering exactly how the city will enforce the crackdown.
A new television advertisement criticizing a Nevada district attorney’s anti-marijuana position will air for the first time on Wednesday, according to Nevadans for Sensible Marijuana Laws.
|The Western Slope Cannabis Crown competition could include 400 strains. Oh, to be a judge!|
A marijuana festival in Aspen, Colorado, this spring will be the first in the state where medical growers can put their strains in a contest.
|Photo: Madison NORML|
|Gary Storck has been using marijuana medically since 1972 — but 38 years later, it’s still illegal in Wisconsin. This newspaper clipping is from 2005.|
Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle, who supports the Jacki Rickert Medical Marijuana Act, will deliver his final State of the State address before a joint meeting of the Legislature on Tuesday night, January 26, at 7 p.m. local time.