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Anti-Cannabis Group Violated CA Campaign Finance Laws, Commission Finds

A leading anti-legalization group has agreed to pay thousands of dollars in fines for violating California campaign finance laws as it fought Proposition 64.

Cannabis Now Has Its Own Congressional Caucus

Reps. Earl Blumenauer, Dana Rohrabacher, and Don Young form a bipartisan group dedicated to pushing progress on the issue.

The Senate Just Confirmed Jeff Sessions as Attorney General

The vote puts cannabis patients, consumers, and business owners in legal states in a precarious position.

Here’s What Happens When You’re Arrested at a Confirmation Hearing

A cannabis activist shouted during Tuesday's hearing on Jeff Sessions. Capitol Police escorted her from the room. Ever wonder what happens next?

AG Nominee Sessions Headed to a Full Senate Vote

Though the ultimate outcome—passage out of committee—was expected a week ago, few expected such a close tally.

Washington DC’s Cannabis Scene Braces for the Trump Era

DC's cannabis scene remains submerged in a legally hazy underground as Obama exits and Trump enters. What happens next?

We’re Watching the Jeff Sessions Confirmation Hearings So You Don’t Have To

If confirmed, Trump's nominee for US attorney general could determine the future of legal cannabis in the country.

We’re Watching the Jeff Sessions Confirmation Hearings So You Don’t Have To

If confirmed, Trump's nominee for US attorney general could determine the future of legal cannabis in the country.

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.

DC Advocates Take Their Case to Jeff Sessions—and He Listens. Sort of.

“They were aware that we were coming,” an organizer said, “but they thought we were coming to smoke marijuana in their office."

State of the Leaf: Election Wins Push Texas Toward Reform

Lawmakers in the Lone Star State have introduced six cannabis reform bills, California patients get a tax holiday, and Denver readies for onsite consumption.

Washington DC Could Expand MMJ Program in Tuesday Vote

The District's patients may finally be able to shop at more than one dispensary.

NCIA Mid-Atlantic Quarterly Caucus

A leading anti-cannabis advocacy group has agreed to pay thousands of dollars in fines for violating California campaign finance laws as organizers unsuccessfully fought Proposition…

The King of the Cannabis Conversation Abdicates the Throne

Allen St. Pierre leaves NORML, and the nation’s go-to cannabis communicator gets gone.

State of the Leaf: Congress Could Open Doors to MMJ Research

Cannabis research in the U.S. could be getting easier, Arkansas and Massachusetts make strides toward legalization, and a New Mexico official is in hot water over delays to medical patients.

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