Things are progressing quickly in Pennsylvania since medical marijuana was legalized there in April, giving children some access.
The DEA refuses to reclassify marijuana, but it is promising to make it easier for scientists and companies to get different strains of the plant for research.
The Drug Enforcement Administration announced on August 11 that marijuana would remain illegal under federal law, while remaining a Schedule I substance.
A small but increasing number of young children are being exposed to marijuana edibles in Colorado, and winding up in the hospital.
The DEA said it would decide in the first part of 2016 whether to reschedule marijuana as a Schedule II substance. It has once again delayed that decision.
Beginning August 1, nearly 800 patients with intractable pain in Minnesota will have access to medical marijuana.
Citing a lack of financial resources, a marijuana-opposition group in Colorado has abandoned its efforts to limit the amount of THC in legal pot products.
If California voters approve a ballot initiative in November legalizing recreational marijuana, the state stands to bring in $1 billion in taxes.
A 2015 survey shows that middle school and high school students in Colorado have been using marijuana LESS since it was legalized for recreational use.
An Illinois county judge has ordered the state to include PTSD as a qualifying condition for medical marijuana following a lawsuit filed by an Iraq war vet.
A provision in the VA’s annual budget bill that would have allowed VA doctors to recommend medical marijuana to veterans was pulled at the last minute.
Researchers are continuously finding that an oil derived from the cannabis plant is actually incredibly effective in treating and controlling a rare form of epilepsy.
A group of doctors and academics are calling on the federal government to decriminalize marijuana use for both medical and recreational uses.
In the 3-month study involving 313 children, on average, participants saw a 50 percent decrease in both grand-mal and tonic-clonic seizures.
After more than 2 years, much political infighting, and numerous changes, Gov. Tom Wolf has signed Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana bill into law.
Medical marijuana activists are hopeful that Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana bill will pass the House, but are still fearful lawmakers could still kill it.
High school seniors in one Colorado county may be eligible for the nation’s first scholarships funded by marijuana sales taxes.