On a bitterly cold night in February 2015, Gillian Heintzelman left her job at Sacred Heart Hospital in Allentown, Pennsylvania, and made her way to a nearby bar to meet her boyfriend and a friend. They stayed for a few minutes, and then left together to get a late-night dinner.
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Illinois legalized, New York decriminalized, and presidential candidates rejected prohibition. Now reform groups are eyeing the South, the Midwest, and Arizona in 2020.
Hugh Hefner left an indelible impression on the US with his financial and vocal support for cannabis legalization.
The conference couldn’t have come at a better–and more tense—time.
Iowa State University lost its appeal in a court battle over a NORML T-shirt bearing the ISU logo and a cannabis leaf.
Allen St. Pierre leaves NORML, and the nation’s go-to cannabis communicator gets gone.
After a tumultuous year, Mizzou finds itself in another conflict with a student group.
Ohio MMJ bill arrives at governor's desk, the VA scraps a speech on cannabis, and Oregon wants you to start low and go slow with edibles.