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California Court: Cannabis in Prison Is OK—if Inmates Don’t Inhale

A state appeals court ruled that California voters legalized possession of less than an ounce of cannabis by adults in 2016, with no exception even for those behind bars.

Cannabis Extracts Are Legal, Arizona High Court Rules

The unanimous state Supreme Court decision Tuesday concluded Arizona cardholders are immunized because cannabis extracts are considered medical marijuana.

Unlicensed LA Dispensary Sold Pesticide-Tainted Cannabis, City Says

The unlicensed shop sold cannabis containing paclobutrazol, a fungicide frequently used on golf course turf that the EPA classifies as a toxic chemical, City Attorney Mike Feuer said.

Utah Supreme Court to Hear Medical Cannabis Challenge

People angry about sweeping changes made to a voter-approved medical cannabis law called on the state's highest court to rein in the Legislature's power to alter ballot measures.

Police Sued Over Bulldozer Chase That Killed Cannabis Suspect

The chase developed as Greg Longenecker, 51, a short-order cook and avid vegetable gardener, tended 10 marijuana plants in a small clearing near Reading, Pennsylvania.

Board Wrong to Deny Workers’ Comp for Cannabis, NH Supreme Court Says

The New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled a labor appeals board was wrong to determine that workers' compensation insurance can't reimburse an employee for medical marijuana.

Baltimore Prosecutor Files Rare Petition to Erase Cannabis Convictions

The action by the Baltimore State's Attorney comes the same week she announced her office will no longer prosecute any cannabis possession cases, regardless of quantity.

Denver Unveils New System for Clearing Cannabis Convictions

The program requires people to fill out an online form or attend an event. Prosecutors will then seek court approval to dismiss the convictions and seal court records.

Vermont Supreme Court: Smell of Burnt Cannabis Doesn’t Justify Search

The state's highest court ruled that a faint odor of burnt marijuana doesn't create a fair probability that cannabis itself would be found.

This Cannabis Farm Beat a RICO Case, but Left a Troubling Precedent

Prohibitionists couldn't prove a Colorado cannabis farmer harmed them. But the details of the case are cause for concern.

FAQ: Mexico Legalized Cannabis? Not Exactly

The change leaves Mexico in a strange spot. Prohibition is technically over, yet nothing has replaced it.

History Made: Mexico’s Supreme Court Strikes Down Cannabis Prohibition

In a historic ruling, the high court says adults have a 'fundamental right to personal development,' which includes the choice to enjoy cannabis.

Court to Arizona Medical Extract Users: Watch Your Back!

Arizona's 2010 medical marijuana law does not include extracts of marijuana — dubbed "hashish", the appellate court ruled.

Florida Judge Lifts Stay on Smokable Medical Marijuana

Floridians allowed to use medical marijuana are one step closer to being able to smoke it.

Judge Says Florida’s Ban on Smokable Medical Marijuana Is Unconstitutional

The plaintiffs argued that because the amendment's language only mentions smoking in public, users should be allowed to smoke in private.

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