Here’s what to expect the first time you use a legal marijuana delivery service.
Get cannabis delivered to your door or order ahead to pick up in-store.
Gov. Pritzker reports $39 million in cannabis sales in January.
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is finding itself in court over marijuana again after scientists filed a lawsuit against the agency, requesting “secret” documents that they allege ...
Some cities have deemed marijuana an ‘essential medicine’ to keep dispensaries open
Legal sales of marijuana are booming as the nation battles the coronavirus crisis.
As Canada's federal government urges Canadians to stay at home to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, the vast majority of private-sector cannabis stores in the nation have long been barred by ...
The coronavirus outbreak could set back cannabis legalization efforts along the East Coast and elsewhere.
States like New York will see significant revenue shortfalls due to coronavirus. Legalizing cannabis could make up for a quarter of the losses, which could help push legislation forward.
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Medical marijuana business owners are reporting firm prices for wholesale flower, although actual price levels vary widely and largely depend on a market's maturity.
NORML has issued following statements regarding the continued operation of medical cannabis dispensaries during the COVID crisis.
More than 90% of the legal marijuana products offered in medical dispensaries are much stronger than what clinical studies have shown that doctors recommend for chronic pain relief, ...
Once criminal, now essential: How the COVID-19 pandemic forced public officials to get real about marijuana.
Cannabis advocates, medical nonprofits and veterans groups are urging state governors to not shut off access to cannabis businesses.
As the Covid-19 pandemic impacts global health and economics, what will happen to the fledgling cannabis industry and legalization movements?
With COVID-19 flaring in America's prisons, governors can save lives by releasing our prisoners of the drug war.
At least eight recreational shops are taking a beat in the wake of the pandemic.
The Oglala Sioux legalized medical and recreational cannabis on tribal land in South Dakota, and also voted to ban alcohol at its casinos.
The cannabis industry has been one of the fastest-growing markets over the…