As Mexico's cannabis legalization law continues to stall, these smugglers have found a local market for primo California weed south of the border.
A top presidential candidate has proposed bolstering the country’s tiny existing legal coca industry in an effort to help reduce harm to locals in the major cocaine producing nation.
In Washington, D.C., alone, where weed is mostly legal, nearly 90 percent of the people arrested for cannabis-related crimes in 2020 were Black.
The legalization bill will make Mexico the largest legal weed market in the world.
A judge threw the voter-approved legalization out on a technicality.
A bill set to be signed into law this month has little detail on what the new legal industry will look like, and who might be left out.
U.S. voters overwhelmingly voted for progressive drug laws. President-elect Joe Biden wants to decriminalize cannabis use federally. So what’s going to happen next?
The new punishment for petty possession of any illegal drug will be the legal equivalent of a traffic ticket.
Red Light Holland, a Canadian company that includes comedian Russell Peters, former health minister Tony Clement, and cannabis executive Bruce Linton, is angling to disrupt Holland’s magic truffle market.
"I think this is the primary lesson from the outbreak," one expert said.
The increase is an "extinction event" for a new industry, critics say, and could even mean more vaping deaths.
“A lot of people really felt like small farmers would be taken care of and looked after." They haven't been.