California could be come the latest lab in a nationwide experiment: Instead of sentencing drug users to jail, what if you sentenced them to rehab?
Post-lockdown, social drug users are facing a new normal where the drug supply, including cocaine and meth, is increasingly tainted with fentanyl.
That is, if the feds and NIMBYs don’t block it.
The rules are the rules. But whose rules are they? Turns out, they come from U.S. government research.
Chicago-based Green Thumb is getting massive tax breaks to build a $155 million, 450,000-square-foot cultivation and production hub.
New York’s legal cannabis law is supposed to direct profits to Black entrepreneurs and neighborhoods torn apart by the war on drugs.
Politicians have long used earmarks for police budgets as a way to make legalization more digestible to opponents. New Jersey's attempt to legalize in 2020 shows that is no longer working.
Oakland police marched into the Zide Door Church of Entheogenic Plants, seized its stash, and called in firefighters to bust open the safes, according to photos and videos posted to Instagram.
Refusing to account for her "top cop" record risks squandering the energy and enthusiasm of the BLM criminal justice reform movement.
A case report suggests that CBD oil contributed to someone's death. Some scientists—and the weed industry—aren’t so sure.
Some passengers say they were never even offered a test, despite public promises from government officials like Mike Pence.
Berner's says it's San Francisco's first Black-owned dispensary, but critics claim its well-connected white partners got preferential treatment.