New York, San Francisco and Palm Springs, California, are among the cities labeling dispensaries “essential” businesses that can remain open during virus lockdowns, in some cases with limitations.
Two medical marijuana dispensaries were burglarized in Clearwater early Friday morning.
An industrious group of Girl Scouts sold hundreds of boxes of their signature cookies after setting up shop outside of a Chicago cannabis dispensary over the weekend.
Illinois' first month of legal recreational marijuana generated nearly $40 million in sales, state officials announced Monday.
A New York lawmaker who last year expressed reservations over marijuana legalization is now backing a bill to make the drug legal.
Marijuana shops in Alaska will be among the first nationally where onsite use would be permitted.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo unveiled a budget that calls for taxing sales of cannabis to retail dispensaries.
Oregon sells marijuana legally. Idaho does not. And that is apparently why sales at shops in Oregon along the Idaho border are booming.
The purple glow is visible for miles, the Navajo County Facebook post on Friday said.
Six New York City jail guards have been charged with taking thousands of dollars in bribes to smuggle drugs into the Rikers Island jail complex.
A small town in Michigan's western Upper Peninsula is buying an odor-detection device and drafting an ordinance to crack down on the unpleasant smell of blooming marijuana plants.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo delivered a State of the State address Wednesday outlining his vision for progress on addressing intolerance and legalizing adult-use marijuana in New York. The third-term Democrat is navigating a looming $6 billion budget shortfall.
Several Illinois recreational marijuana dispensaries were closed Monday, with some owners saying strong demand has caused a shortage in supplies and staff exhaustion.
Dispensaries across the state have rendered 271,169 transactions since cannabis was legalized on January 1, 2020 – totaling exactly $10,830,667.91 in sales.
The new year in New Jersey brings not only balloons and toasts. It also brings new laws.
Voters in New Jersey will get to decide on the legalization of recreational cannabis use.
New Jersey lawmakers held hearings Thursday on a proposal to let voters decide in 2020 whether to legalize recreational marijuana and set a vote for next week in the Legislature.
Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players' Association are reportedly in agreement in removing marijuana from the list of banned substances for minor leaguers.
Researchers in the study found that regular marijuana use was linked to a higher risk of testicular cancer, although the strength of the evidence was low.
While in San Antonio last week for two performances, the 86-year-old country music legend told KSAT TV that in an effort to take better care of himself, he no longer smokes.