“It is very widespread in America.”
Leafly’s weed ad gets a full-page in Sunday’s New York Times.
Seth Jackson’s 10-month-old foster daughter died after two hours in a hot car while he smoked marijuana, according to prosecutors. He was charged last week with first and second-degree murder.
Get off your high horse and let’s weed out these issues, bluntly.
Taco Bell is an important theme. All confessions from the anonymous sharing app Whisper.
“The administration’s position on this has not changed.”
The Times editorial board is calling on the federal government to “repeal prohibition, again.”
Officials say the numbers of visitors to homeless shelters under the age 25 have risen since the drug was legalized in the state.
You don’t have to smoke weed to enjoy them, but it helps.
The following blunt art is ranked by how high it will probably get you.
No, this isn’t 21 Jump Street. This is real life.
The new law allows people to possess up to an ounce of pot for personal use. Smoking and selling weed, however, is still illegal.
Shut up and take my money Etsy.
Michael Boyer waited 19 hours in line to make history as the first person to buy legal pot in Spokane on Tuesday, but some of his employers weren’t so happy about it. Update: Things are looking up for Boyer, as one of his employers, TrueBlue, decide to keep him on.
Washington began selling legal weed on Tuesday, making history as the second U.S. state to legalize marijuana for recreational use.
Where there’s a will, there’s a way.
A rancher in Texas stumbled on a massive marijuana growing operation on land he was leasing from the Army Corps of Engineers.
The Toronto mayor on his drug use: “You name it, I pretty well covered it.”
But no smoking it. New York state legislature passes bill that allows patients to consume edibles and pills or vaporize marijuana.
Florida Governor Rick Scott signed a law on Monday allowing for the limited use of a special strain of marijuana to treat epileptic seizures and other diseases.
I asked Bonnaroo-goers to write a note to the people who make marijuana laws. Here’s what they had to say.
A 450-pound Florida man was arrested after cops found 23 grams of marijuana stuffed into the folds of his stomach fat during a routine traffic stop.
Colorado-based makers of edible pot treats have been sued for names that mimic Hershey’s candies like “Ganja Joy” and “Hasheath.”
New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd went to Colorado, where she ate legal edible weed and ended up “curled up in a hallucinatory state for the next eight hours.”
The governor of South Carolina signed into law Monday a medical marijuana bill, which will allow children with severe epilepsy to use cannabidiol oil (CBD), a nonpsychoactive marijuana derivative. Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad signed a similar bill into law on Friday.
As lawmakers take steps to protect marijuana businesses, a new government report shows that the drug’s popularity is mostly growing among adults.
Minnesota joined 21 other states Thursday when it passed a bill legalizing medical marijuana, but it’s the only state that won’t legalize smoking it.
The free game where players grow and sell marijuana rocketed to the top of the App Store, before quietly being pulled Tuesday.