Cannabis News

Cannabis connoisseurs looking to get high on the sly may have a new option -- nearly “odourless” pot.

Could new legislation or a federal marijuana banking law cause current banking and cannabis business restrictions to go up in smoke?

On Tuesday, D.C. Public Schools clarified its policy, telling News4 health professionals will administer medical marijuana to students in schools.

It took years for advocates to get medical marijuana legalized in Missouri, but when it’s finally available in 2020, they may face an even tougher challenge: paying for it.

Even though recreational cannabis use in New York state and therefore New York City still remains illegal, the Big Apple’s cannabis culture is very much alive and well.

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) wants 3,200,000 grams of marijuana to be legally grown in the U.S. next year, the agency announced in a notice set to be published on Thursday.

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