The National Institute on Drug Abuse says 9 percent of marijuana users will abuse it.
This week on 'Tea Time with T. Kid,' our host chats with Michael Zaystev, a cannabis entrepreneur. But he's not growing, selling, or extracting weed. Rather, Mike's weed business is the business of weed.
Some marijuana activists suggest the language used by most people to describe their movement is keeping them from being taken seriously.
The announcement comes on the most sacred day for potheads across the world.
In the first episode of our new podcast Tea Time with T. Kid, the titular host and weed expert drinks some tea and tests out some fancy blunt wraps with cannabis writer David Bienenstock.
Weed is popular and partially decriminalized, but its illegal status means profit margins are still high. All of that is good news for dealers in NYC.
While many think of legal weed as an unmitigated good, legalization and regulation could present hardship for some.
In the 1960s, Richard Stratton distributed thousands of pounds of weed and worked for High Times. His memoir, Smuggler's Blues, tells his story of straddling the criminal and literary worlds.
We spoke with the US veterans who believe smoking pot is a better treatment for PTSD than the slew of opiates, benzos, and antidepressants that the VA prescribes them.
A Federal Court judge says former prime minister Stephen Harper's law restricting patients from growing is unconstitutional.
Former Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair didn't have the rosiest reputation, but was in favor of decriminalization when he was a cop. Is he really the right man for the job?
It would, admittedly, be pretty convenient.
No, there is not an epidemic of children overdosing on hash oil.
But cops and prosecutors are still nailing Canucks for lighting up.
Nothing is more suspect than a man in a suit talking about drugs.
It's now the 18th state to decriminalize the personal use and possession of marijuana.
Denver's Civic Center Park was technically a no-smoking zone on 4/20, but that didn't stop people from gathering for an impromptu toke.
Drug policy reformers are celebrating the news that the Bush-era drug warrior is expected to resign.
A new study conducted in the Netherlands looks like bad news for pot lovers.
So far, Republicans haven't followed through on a threat to arrest DC officials over weed legalization, but a congressional investigation is still looming.
A new bill introduced Senators Rand Paul, Cory Booker, and Kirsten Gillibrand would finally bring medical marijuana legalization to the federal level.
Days after marijuana became legal in the nation's capital, the industry flocked to Capitol Hill to claim its new territory at DC's first-ever cannabis convention.
Washington, DC is set to move forward with weed legalization by the end of this week. But thanks to congressional meddling, the estimated $130 million local marijuana market will stay untaxed, unregulated, and underground.
Eight years after Bush left the governor's office, Florida remains one of the worst places to get caught with marijuana in the country.