A Leafly investigation reveals causes of low Black ownership rates and highlights solutions to the industry's biggest challenge.
The legalization of weed in New York is a big deal, but so are the social equity goals of the legislation the state put in place.
WTF, Albany? In the past year, police made 134 cannabis arrests. Only four were white people.
California cops recorded the fewest cannabis arrests since 1954, but racial disparities actually grew worse.
Police don't merely enforce unjust laws. They help create them, protect them, and profit from them.
The COVID-19 pandemic is revealing marijuana prohibition for what it is: A prison trap set for people of color.
Overall arrests plummeted. But black people in Washington are now five times more likely to face arrest than white people, mostly for illegal sales.
This week's college cheating scandal is all about wealthy white people gaming the system. They do it with cannabis all the time too.
As many cities decriminalize and other states legalize, New York City keeps arresting more people of color for cannabis. What gives?