When it comes to selling cannabis to foreigners, the pendulum of public acceptance in the Netherlands keeps on swinging.
Transvaal pharmacy in the Hague is the only place in the Netherlands where patients can buy whole-plant cannabis oil of guaranteed quality.
Do countries with more restrictive policies have lower rates of use? You might be surprised.
Millions of tourists visit Dutch coffeeshops every year, but most have no clue about the complicated and paradoxical legal status of the plant.
Sparked by one man's novel idea, Belgium's Cannabis Social Club movement is small but strong-willed. Can it survive the latest government scrutiny?
His wife's still in prison, but Johan van Laarhoven is back home and ready to fight an overreaching prosecutor.
After High Times left in 2014, a number of smaller events emerged to fill the void. The Homegrown Cup was different from the start.
One of the biggest health insurers in the Netherlands announced last month that it will stop covering medical cannabis treatment.
Organizers are planning a massive event at the seat of Dutch government in order to pressure officials to expand the country's cannabis program.
One member of European Parliament called for legalization of medical cannabis across the continent.
A roving team of pollsters dressed in bright yellow sweaters is conducting a survey to help inform the country's policy debate. Tell them what you think.
For more than 20 years, the VVD has supported a repressive cannabis policy, blocking any effort to decriminalize cannabis production. No longer.
How are citizens supposed to change an issue most politicians don't want to touch?
The city has shuttered the shops that have been fired at, raising concerns among some that municipal policy may be fueling an industry turf war.