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Only 2 Louisiana Doctors Seek Marijuana Permits

Only two doctors have applied for permission, raising questions about whether patients will gain access to treatment they lobbied so hard to get.

State of the Leaf: Election Wins Push Texas Toward Reform

Lawmakers in the Lone Star State have introduced six cannabis reform bills, California patients get a tax holiday, and Denver readies for onsite consumption.

The Definitive Cannabis Travel Guide to New Orleans

New Orleans is a city that embraces celebration – and there’s a lot there for cannabis users to celebrate. Follow our travel guide to learn what they are.

State of the Leaf: Congress Could Open Doors to MMJ Research

Cannabis research in the U.S. could be getting easier, Arkansas and Massachusetts make strides toward legalization, and a New Mexico official is in hot water over delays to medical patients.

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?

State of the Leaf: Canadian Patients Get Same-Day Delivery, and Louisiana Expands Qualifying Conditions

Kansas eases penalties for possession, New Jersey takes a pass on $300M in tax revenue, and is the Philippines' freeze on cannabis starting to thaw?

The Shake: Next President Urged to Give Cannabis a Fair Shake

Seniors are cannabis curious, California authorities warn of toxic contamination, and legalization's growing pains aren't what Denver officials expected.

Louisiana Clears Legislative Hurdle to Dispensing Medical Marijuana

An effort to speed up and expand the dispensing of medical marijuana in Louisiana won final legislative passage Monday, spurred by personal stories of people with seizures and severe pain.

The Shake: Colorado Cops Can’t Keep Up With Cannabis Laws

Louisiana could expand its narrow MMJ law, Colorado sees strong sales in 2016, and does Washington already grow enough cannabis?

Louisiana House Votes to Expand Medical Marijuana Program

Cannabis advocates won a significant victory Wednesday in their efforts to jumpstart Louisiana's medical marijuana program.

The Shake: Hockey Night with Cannabis

Toronto's mayor warns of coming crackdown, cannabis borrows a play from the wine world, and legalization is more popular than both Clinton and Trump.

The Shake: California Could Test Drivers for Cannabis, and Has Vermont Legalization Hit a Wall?

Vermont's thoughtful push to legalize might've just hit a wall, a Washington testing lab is under fire, and a savvy lawyer says California cannabusinesses are missing the boat.

The Shake: Racial Disparities in Arrests and a ‘Willy Wonka’ Cannabis Party

D.C. votes to ban cannabis clubs, childhood epilepsy drug shows potential, and combat soldiers grow free cannabis for veterans.

The Shake: Michigan Cops Want Your Stuff, and Mail Carriers Aren’t (Supposed to Be) Narcs

Vermont's adult-use legalization measure marches slowly and steadily through the House, Colorado Springs cannabis clubs fight for survival, and Vogue gets hip to edibles.

State of the Leaf: D.C. Preps for Pre-420 Smokeout, and Hawaii Wants More DUI Data

A clash between Georgia lawmakers sheds light on medical marijuana in the South, Hawaii debates cannabis DUIs, Virginia could get a chance at cannabis oil production, and both Rhode Island and Jamaica are trying to find a way to profit from cultivation. Oh, and people are smoking on the White House lawn this Friday.

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