A new paper issued by the United States National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) advises against the imposition of per se impairment levels for THC, or stoned driving, but comparing doses to other substances is complicating the issue.
Reaction continues to mount to news that Bob Marley's name is to be further immortalized as a cannabis brand—not just a strain, but an actual brand name. This further emphasizes how important and huge of an industry the marijuana business is becoming. ...
Well, it's not quite so shocking for some of us, but the talented folks over at Information Is Beautiful visualized the sheer market value of cannabis as a crop in the American economy.
Now that marijuana is legal for recreational use in Washington D.C. as well as in four U.S. states (Colorado, Oregon, Alaska and Washington), we have to set our sights higher and higher.
As more states legalize medical marijuana, there's one stage in the process nobody wants to talk about: the part where people still have to break the law.