The New York City Department of Health has reportedly warned doctors about a concerning increase of youths smoking pot.
Republican lawmakers said the House of Representatives should hold off from considering the bill as the legislative adjournment deadline looms.
First, it was free beer. Then, it was the chance for cash and loads of other prizes. Now, it's “Joints for Jabs.”
Emjay, a California-based weed delivery and retail company, will pay the summer intern $15 per hour to test all 600 of its products and write reviews.
Marshawn Lynch says he invested in the cannabis industry because he wants to lift up as many people as he can.
Every year, marijuana smokers celebrate 4/20. But this year was different in New York because of the recently passed law that legalized recreational cannabis use.
One of the largest global vaporizer e-commerce websites is looking for someone to test marijuana vaporizers full-time.
As the movement to legalize marijuana for medicinal and recreational use sweeps the country the cannabis industry is creating new jobs and raking in millions of dollars in legal profits.
Free joints will be passed your way at Union Square Park as long as you can prove you’re fully vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccination card.
Jaleel White, best known for playing Steve Urkel on 'Family Matters', is starting his own cannabis line.
Recreational marijuana is now legal in New York, but some Long Island beach towns near the Queens border say they'll still be banning sales.
New Yorkers can now possess up to 3 ounces of cannabis under a legalization bill signed Wednesday by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
If the legislation passes, as it is expected to, New York would become the 16th state to legalize marijuana sales to adults.
After reaching a deal Saturday night, New York lawmakers are planning to soon vote on a bill to make recreation pot use legal. The first dispensaries could open in about a year and a half.
New York lawmakers have finalized an agreement to legalize recreational marijuana sales to adults over the age of 21.
New Jersey parents must be notified if their minor child is caught buying or possessing marijuana under a bill Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law Friday.
An upscale Detroit restaurant has a message for guests: Dress up and don't come in smelling like marijuana.
Assembly Majority Leader Crystal Peoples-Stokes says Albany is nearing an agreement to legalize marijuana sales to adults over the age of 21.
Parents must be notified if their minor child unlawfully possesses or buys marijuana under a bill lawmakers advanced Wednesday, not even a month since Gov. Phil Murphy signed cannabis legislation that explicitly prohibited parental notification.
The newest cannabis product showed up in Twin Cities smoke and vape shops last fall and has been selling out fast.