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State Board Certifies Ohio Petition to Legalize Cannabis

Organizers are aiming to put the issue to voters next year.

New Rhode Island Bill Would Legalize Cannabis for Adults

The proposal would create a system to tax and regulate marijuana in Rhode Island that mirrors the system in Massachusetts.

How to Buy Cannabis in a Legal Recreational State

Buying cannabis for the first time in a legal recreational state can be overwhelming. Don’t worry! This guide will help you walk into a dispensary with confidence!

When It Comes to Testing for Cannabis, More Employers Are Mellowing Out

Testing for cannabis—a fixture at large American employers for at least 30 years—excludes too many potential workers, experts say.

Maine Lawmakers Overturn LePage’s Veto of Cannabis Sales Bill

Gov. Paul LePage is running out of options to block state voters' and lawmakers' attempts to allow a regulated cannabis market in Maine.

Cynthia Nixon: Support for Legalizing Marijuana Is a Racial Issue

"We have to stop putting people of color in jail for something that white people do with impunity," said the actor and candidate New York governor.

Maine Houses Passes Compromise on Cannabis Sales

A new attempt to create a legal framework for marijuana sales in Maine has passed the state's House of Representatives.

The Village Bloomery Brings the Old-School Dispensary Vibe Into the Future

Located just south of Downtown Vancouver, the Village Bloomery perfectly encapsulates what so many people love about their (technically illegal) neighborhood dispensaries.

New Jersey Governor Looks to Legal States to Estimate Cannabis Revenue

Gov. Phil Murphy hopes to legalize adult-use cannabis, fulfilling a campaign promise and reversing the resolutely anti-drug policies of Republican predecessor Chris Christie.

Connecticut Lawmakers Taking Another Look at Legalizing Cannabis

As a growing number of New England states are allowing people to possess and use cannabis, Connecticut legislators are under pressure to revisit the issue.

Massachusetts to Begin Taking Applications for Cannabis Businesses

Priority certification is being offered to applicants who hope to open cannabis businesses in communities disproportionately impacted by the drug war.

California Bill Would Temporarily Cut State Cannabis Taxes

The bipartisan bill is an effort to encourage the state's transition to a legal, regulated cannabis market.

San Francisco Embraces Amsterdam-Style Cannabis Lounges

The lounges are required to install expensive heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems to prevent the distinct marijuana odor from leaking outside.

Illinois Governor Candidates at Odds on Marijuana Use

Illinois Democratic candidates for governor say it's time for the state to legalize adult-use cannabis, while Republican candidates oppose the idea.

When State and Federal Laws Conflict, Who Wins?

To try to solve the tug-of-war, some people point to the Constitution’s supremacy clause. Legal scholars and policy experts say it’s not nearly that simple.

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