New Mexico is the third state within a week to roll out with major regulatory changes.
Portugal, the country that currently has one of the most liberal approaches to cannabis on Europe’s Western Coast, is deciding on whether or not to go recreational, which is igniting the adult-use conversation throughout Europe and beyond.
Mexico’s highest court struck down the nation’s laws against consumption and personal cultivation of marijuana on Monday, more than five years after a limited ruling that declared the prohibitions against recreational cannabis unconstitutional.
The Mississippi Senate Public Health and Welfare Committee listened to arguments on both sides of the medical marijuana debate.
Zimbabwe is allowing 100 percent ownership in enterprises, including funds from outside the country.
House Bill 1024 was approved in Pennsylvania, extending the allowance of curbside pickup and other practices that were put in place in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The expiration date of cannabis prohibition has long passed in America, according to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.
House Bill 1317 was signed by Colorado Gov. Jared Polis on Thursday with the intention of keeping cannabis concentrates out of the hands of youth.
EVIDENCE is a new cannabis brand that’s not only growing weed in a prison, but is also dedicated to social justice, donating $1 from every sale to helping free those who are serving time for weed-related charges.
The European Commission may have ruled that CBD is not a narcotic, but there are still strange hangovers all over Europe as this ruling trickles down to sovereign jurisdictions—and legalization strategies are shifting accordingly.