Injured while on the job? The cost of your medical cannabis may be covered by workers’ compensation. So ruled<http://www.courthousenews.com/2014/09/05/71084.htm> the New Mexico Court of Appeals in the case Vialpando v. Ben’s Automotive Services and Redwo...
Lawmakers in the nation's capital have voted to make it easier for people who have marijuana convictions to have their criminal records sealed.
Don't let this "quarterback of anti-legalization" fool you, low-THC products are becoming more prevalent.
Anyone who has ever been homeless understands that finding a second chance can be challenging. Not only are jobs scarce, but most of the time the salaries not substantial enough to help a person start over.
A just-published literature review assessing the potential adverse effects associated with habitual marijuana smoking has the mainstream media in a reefer mad frenzy. Predictably, however, the paper’s conclusions are far less sensational than the media headlines.