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Public Cannabis Consumption Laws: A State-By-State Guide

Learn the public cannabis consumption laws and penalties for your state with our useful guide outlining the regulations for legal markets.

State of the Leaf: Setback in Michigan, Progress in Vermont, and a Three-Way Race in Montana

Michigan's ballot measure hits a snag, more qualifying conditions come to Vermont, and Israel unveils 2-year study of cannabis patients.

The Shake: Minnesotans Seeing MMJ’s Benefits, and Michigan Falls Short on Signatures

Vermont expands qualifying conditions, Guam eyes decriminalization, Oregon nibbles new edibles, and why are Aussies backpedaling on MMJ?

The Shake: California Police and Prisons Fight Legalization, and Vets Can Talk to Docs About Cannabis

Toronto dispensaries vow to fight the mayor's crackdown, Vermont entrepreneurs are feeling bullish, and the DEA is a stick in the mud.

Crash and Burn in Burlington: How Legalization Failed in Vermont

A session that began with a serious chance to legalize in Vermont ended with no legalization, no expansion of decriminalization, and not even a commission to study the issue.

State of the Leaf: Germany Could Legalize Medical Marijuana and Iceland Loves Its Cannabis

Germany is looking at a medical push, Iceland has some of the highest cannabis consumption rates in the world, and Scottish leaders are reconsidering medical marijuana.

Cannabis Legalization in Vermont is Dead

Tuesday's 121-to-28 vote appears to kill any chance this year that Vermont will become the first state to legislate legalization.

The Shake: Turns Out Baby Boomers Love Cannabis. Vermont, Not So Much

Oregon issues the first adult-use licenses, Colorado sees yet another recall, and a new study says legalization doesn't make cannabis any easier for teens to obtain.

The Shake: Richard Nixon Gets His Own Strain, and Is Cannabis a Gateway Drug?

A Georgia city could decriminalize, the magic number in Denver is 421, and are monthly subscriptions "the future of cannabis"?

Can Cannabis Help Treat Painkiller and Heroin Addiction?

The growing number of patients who claim marijuana helped them drop their painkiller habit has intrigued lawmakers and emboldened advocates.

The Shake: 4/20 Edition

We can’t even begin to encompass all the news that’s breaking on this, the biggest and grandest and most blow-up-iest 4/20 in the history of time and the universe.

The State of the Leaf: Pennsylvania to Become Next Medical Cannabis State

Nevada and Rhode Island are making progress, but Vermont’s efforts to legalize have stalled. Ohio legislators made a bold new medical proposal, and Pennsylvania is so close they can almost smell it.

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.

State of the Leaf: Costa Rica Gets Closer to Legalizing Medical Marijuana

Costa Rica gets closer to legalizing medical marijuana, Alaska's retail program hits a snag, New Hampshire tries once again to decriminalize, and more in the State of the Leaf.

Vermont Cannabis Hearing Draws Supporters, Opponents

Vermont lawmakers heard differing views Thursday on a bill to legalize marijuana, although a majority of those who testified before legislative committees said they support the measure.