Law & Crime

What are a tenant’s rights around consuming cannabis at a rental property in a legal medical or adult-use state?

As Illinois prepares to legalize recreational marijuana, one group preparing for a cultural sea-change is the very group responsible for enforcing the new rules.

Access and affordability are key issues in the Golden State.

Recreational pot is about to become legal in Illinois, but Chicago's Housing Authority says not in our backyard or front yard or anywhere on public housing premises, for that matter.

“These places are toxic garbage dumps. Food containers attract wildlife, and the chemicals kill the animals long after the sites are abandoned."

"It is OK for him to have valium in class... but God forbid we have a plant that is changing things not just for him but for million of kids like him."

Recent News Articles

Wednesday January 29

Israel exports medical cannabis for first time - Cannabis News

in World News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Medical cannabis products were exported from Israel for the first time this week, one year…

1007 hits

Wednesday January 29

USDA Approves Hemp Plans For Texas, Nebraska And Delaware - Cannabis News

in CBD & Hemp

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced on Monday that it has approved hemp regulatory…

2419 hits

Wednesday January 29

How To Use Marijuana To Help You Fall Asleep - Cannabis News

in Medical News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Research suggests marijuana can help you fall asleep, but habitual use could lead to some…

2470 hits

Wednesday January 29

As baseball loosens grip on CBD, former football players urge NFL to follow - Cannabis…

in Sports

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

In the bone-crunching, muscle-wrenching sport of football, staying on the field when injured is a…

2370 hits

Wednesday January 29

Colorado bill would protect employees from dismissal for off-duty cannabis use - Cannabis News

in Law & Crime

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Lawmakers in Colorado are considering a measure that, if passed, could have wide-reaching implications on…

2060 hits