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Iowa Man Faces Deportation for a Single Gram of CannabisPat Radigan - Published on October 3, 2017Read more
Luis Alvarez took the rap for his friends in the car. He didn’t know it would lead to this.
Will Michigan Shut Down Dispensaries Until December?Pat Radigan - Published on September 11, 2017Read more
Michigan’s Medical Marihuana Licensing Board will meet Tuesday and could vote to close the state’s medical cannabis dispensaries until mid-December.
Seminole Leader Jim Billie Joins Florida Cannabis RushPat Radigan - Published on June 9, 2017Read more
He practically invented the tribal casino. He led the purchase of the Hard Rock empire. Now he’s in the cannabis game.
Santee Sioux Trial Verdict: Cannabis Consultant ‘Not Guilty’ on All ChargesPat Radigan - Published on May 24, 2017Read more
South Dakota prosecutors tried to portray Eric Hagen as a marijuana mastermind preying on a helpless tribe. The jury didn’t buy it.
Santee Sioux Trial, Day Three: “Whose Marijuana Is It?”Pat Radigan - Published on May 24, 2017Read more
State prosecutors painted Colorado consultant Eric Hagen as the marijuana mastermind. But tribal officials testify: It’s our project, not his.
Santee Sioux Trial, Day Two: Ex-Partner Denies Hagen’s GuiltPat Radigan - Published on May 22, 2017Read more
“I’m not afraid of the truth,” Jonathan Hunt testifies, as he refuses to throw Eric Hagen under the bus.
Flandreau Santee Sioux Trial, Day One: Why Did Cops Refuse Evidence?Pat Radigan - Published on May 22, 2017Read more
The small town of Flandreau, South Dakota, stepped into the national spotlight this week when one of the trials of the year in cannabis made it to court.
Cannabis Trial of the Year Opens in Flandreau, South DakotaPat Radigan - Published on May 18, 2017Read more
Colorado consultant Eric Hagen faces 15 years for helping the Santee Sioux tribe set up a grow operation.