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State of the Leaf: House Republican Wants to Deschedule Cannabis

A House GOP wants to deschedule cannabis, California is trying to protect the industry, and Denmark residents overwhelmingly support medical marijuana.

Cannabis Legislation 2017: We’re Tracking All Legalization Bills

Is your state considering changes to its cannabis laws? It's legislature season, and we're watching all the states in play.

State of the Leaf: Arkansas Lawmakers Aim to Gut MMJ Program

New York eyes full legalization, Maryland is drafting a constitutional amendment to legalize, and Minnesota's MMJ program is low on cash.

Maryland Lawmakers Propose Adult Use Legalization

State lawmakers want to regulate and tax cannabis similar to alcohol.

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.

Maryland Releases Names of Medical Marijuana Dispensary Finalists

The names of 102 finalists on the path to become licensed medical cannabis dispensaries in Maryland were made public Friday.

State of the Leaf: Massachusetts Legalization Likely to Face Delays

Oregon municipalities wrestle with local regulations, Maryland hires a diversity consultant, and the Irish overwhelmingly support medical cannabis.

Which States Are Most Likely to Legalize Cannabis Next?

Here are our predictions for which US states could be the next to legalize cannabis.

State of the Leaf: Turkey Legalizes Cannabis Production for Medicine, Research

Alaska's cannabis industry deals with parking-lot problems, Utah warms to medical marijuana, and will the legal age for cannabis in Canada be set at 25?

Maryland Patients Still Waiting on Medical Marijuana

Maryland is on pace to have one of the slowest medical cannabis rollouts in the country. Patients across the state must skirt the law if they want to treat themselves.

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.

Maryland Medical Marijuana Applicant Plans to Sue Over Lack of Diversity

A would-be grower plans to sue a Maryland commission for allegedly failing to consider racial diversity when the panel named the top 15 license applicants.

State of the Leaf: Colorado Lawmakers Warm to Cannabis for PTSD

Michigan moves to tax medical cannabis, Ohio lawyers get OK to advise MMJ clients, and Australia's new national cannabis farm is itty-bitty.

State of the Leaf: Are Dispensaries (Finally) Coming to Michigan?

Canadian banks pull plug on medical marijuana clients, New Jersey OKs cannabis for PTSD, and U.K. report says ignoring medical benefits is "irrational."

State of the Leaf: Is ‘Europe’s Cannabis Capital’ Doomed?

Alaska gears up to open its adult-use market, Denver gets set to vote on social consumption, and New York is finally expanding medical marijuana.