At the beginning of 2020, three states already have marijuana legislation appearing on ballots this November. South Dakotans will have a double dose of marijuana initiatives, as voters decide on both medical and adult-use legalization. Medical marijuana is on the ballot in Mississippi, and New Jersey will give legalizing recreational marijuana another go.
The World Health Organization (WHO) issued new recommendations to reschedule cannabis and CBD, recommending that cannabidiol containing less than 0.2% of THC "should not be under international control."
There's a new session of the Colorado General Assembly, and that means a slew of new bills about how cannabis revenue in the state is spent. Check out our list of how your cannabis tax dollars could be used for good in the year ahead!
Elections are only a few weeks away in the U.S., and a handful of states will be voting on whether to legalize medical or recreational marijuana. In such a contentious political environment, it's a relief that there's one thing that brings people together in America: cannabis!
This week, South Africa became the first African country to legalize cannabis use. In a unanimous ruling, South Africa's highest court ruled that it was "unconstitutional and therefore invalid" to criminalize marijuana...
This week, the Veterans Medical Marijuana Safe Harbor Act would give VA physicians the ability to legally recommend medical cannabis, plus it requires the VA to conduct additional studies and help veterans' access to cannabis across states with the aim at reducing opioid abuse.