It has been almost a year since Colorado voted to legalize recreational marijuana, and now cannabis constituents are gearing up to head back to the polls to decide on the tax-to-toke rate in the Centennial State.
Today, Denver reeks less of bureaucratic smoke and more of weed. The mile-high municipality has decided that a recently proposed law to ban the odor of marijuana throughout the city, even in people’s backyards, may have been a little hasty.
On October 24, Irish Independent politician Luke “Ming” Flanagan held a press conference to announce the launch of an Irish chapter of NORML, the American organization that advocates for the decriminalization and legalization of marijuana.
Last week, word leaked that GW Pharmaceuticals will supply the US government with cannabis-derived cannabidiol (CBD) for a special Investigative New Drug program, so at least 50 children with epilepsy can try the non-psychoactive marijuana-derived compound as a way to con...