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Illinois Treasurer Asks Trump to Assure Banks on Cannabis

The Illinois treasurer has sent President Donald Trump a letter urging him to give clear guidance to the banking industry about medical marijuana.

Fines for Cannabis in Illinois to Vary Widely Across the State

What's the fine for getting caught with cannabis? It depends on where you are.

State of the Leaf: US Lagging as Mexico and Canada Move to Legalize

Canada and Mexico both took major steps toward of cannabis legalization, but the US is arguably losing ground on the federal level.

State of the Leaf: UK Says Goodbye to CBD—for Now

Idaho cannabis advocates look to qualify for next election, Illinois hits sales milestone, and say hello to Alaska's first legal cannabis stores!

Illinois Cannabis Sales Top $20M Since Program Began

Medical marijuana sales exceeded $3.8 million during September at licensed dispensaries throughout Illinois.

State of the Leaf: Alaska’s First Legal Cannabis Harvest Just Began. It’s Already Stalled.

While campaigns in the U.S. gear up for elections, an Israeli company is developing a cannabis testing system that doesn't destroy samples.

Illinois Gov. Rauner Ignores MMJ Pleas, So Local Judge Takes Charge

When Gov. Rauner refused to add any new qualifying conditions, Cook County Judge Neil Cohen stepped in and ordered the changes.

State of the Leaf: Will Anti-Cannabis Chris Christie OK Medical Marijuana for PTSD?

Illinois expands qualifying conditions and hits new sales record, New Mexico still fumbling with patient delays, and and a Japanese MMJ advocate dies while awaiting trial.

Illinois Medical Marijuana Sales Climb as Program Grows

Officials posted new forms for doctors and patients in the state's medical marijuana program and announced Wednesday that July retail sales reached a new high.

State of the Leaf: Hawaii Misses Dispensary Launch, and Washington MMJ Shift Sparks Alarm

Illinois expands its MMJ program, New York patients' slim options get even slimmer, and how exactly will Alaska get cannabis to consumers?

State of the Leaf: Illinois Gets New Qualifying Condition, and the Battle for California Begins

A conservative Delaware state senator calls for full legalization, Montana dispensaries dealt a major setback, and former FARC guerrillas get behind Colombia's first legal grow.

Judge Orders Illinois to Add PTSD to Medical Marijuana List

It's the first decision among eight lawsuits filed by patients disappointed with across-the-board rejections by Gov. Bruce Rauner's administration of recommendations from a medical cannabis advisory board.

Public Cannabis Consumption Laws: A State-By-State Guide

Learn the public cannabis consumption laws and penalties for your state with our useful guide outlining the regulations for legal markets.

State of the Leaf: Illinois Extends MMJ Through 2020, Maine Battle Catches Fire

Maine's fight for legalization heats up!

The Shake: Ohio’s MMJ Campaign Shuts Down

Racial disparities persist in California, the fallout in Toronto continues after last week's raids, and can cannabis actually damage your DNA?

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