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Montana Campaign Regulator: Anti-Marijuana Group Broke Law

The Montana commissioner of political practices says an anti-cannabis ballot committee broke state law by spending money on more than one initiative.

Will Voters Re-Open Montana’s Closed Dispensaries?

A court ruling shut down the state's dispensaries on August 31. Initiative 182 would revive them.

Judge: Private Prison Not Negligent in Montana Medical Marijuana Provider’s Death

A private prison in Montana is not to blame for the death of a medical marijuana provider who was incarcerated there, a court has ruled.

9 States to Vote on Expanding Legal Access to Cannabis

Collectively, the ballot measures amount to the closest the U.S. has come to a national referendum on marijuana legalization.

Cannabis Legalization 2016: America Votes

If 2012 was cannabis legalization's breakthrough election, 2016 may prove to be the movement's tipping point.

Montana State Hempfest & Cannabis Festival

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The Montana commissioner of political practices says an anti-marijuana ballot committee broke state law by spending money on more than one…

State of the Leaf: Montana Dispensaries Shut Down in Droves

Arizona's adult-use legalization measure qualifies for November ballot, Israel begins clinical autism study, and where are the Nevada prohibitionists?

Montana Dispensaries Close as Restrictions Take Effect

Dispensaries across the state were closing their doors Wednesday as new restrictions took effect that limit cannabis providers to three patients apiece.

Error in Montana Medical Marijuana Initiative Could Delay Changes to Law

The current three-patient limit on dispensaries would not be lifted until June 30, adding months of delay to what patients say is an urgent need.

Montana Cannabis Opponent Ditches Effort to Repeal MMJ Law

The sponsor of a proposed initiative to repeal Montana's medical marijuana law will instead focus on defeating a separate initiative to expand MMJ distribution.

Montana Judge Denies Request to Delay Medical Marijuana Restrictions

Advocates are now urging medical marijuana supporters to focus on passing a ballot initiative that would roll back the restrictions.

State of the Leaf: Michigan Asks, ‘What Counts as a Cannabis Plant?’

Montana group seeks to undo state's MMJ law, California makes moves to limit police property seizures, and Chris Christie's back in the cannabis spotlight.

Montana Cannabis Opponents Push for Initiative to Undo Medical Marijuana Law

The measure seeks to repeal Montana's medical marijuana law and declare that any drug that is illegal under federal law is also illegal under state law.

Inside the Montana Medical Marijuana Mess: One Patient’s Story

A state Supreme Court decision had devastating consequences for the state's 13,000 medical cannabis patients. I know because I'm one of them.

State of the Leaf: With Legalization on Horizon, California Turns to Water Restrictions

Cannabis advocates and opponents are waging campaign battles across the country, Hawaii allows nurses to recommend MMJ, and Maine tables cannabis as a treatment for opioid addiction.