Schedule I

Fake Weed vs. Real Weed

Synthetic THC is safer than actual weed, according to the DEA

The DEA has officially decided that a notorious fentanyl manufacturer’s synthetic marijuana product is safer and more medically valuable than actual weed.
Keegan Hamilton
11.22.17
Impact Health

Nearly All of New England Has Decriminalized Weed, Who's Next?

An update on where the rest of the country is at with legal weed.
Kastalia Medrano
7.21.17
MARIJUANA

Medical marijuana could save taxpayers $1 billion on prescription drugs, study says

Keegan Hamilton
4.20.17
MARIJUANA

DEA says fentanyl company's synthetic marijuana is less dangerous than real weed

Keegan Hamilton
3.27.17
MARIJUANA

This Marijuana Extract Can’t Get You High, But It's Now Officially Illegal

The new code isn't so much a legislative change as it is clarification.
Madison Margolin
12.19.16
drug policy

The weed extract CBD won’t get you high — but the DEA still treats it like heroin

Keegan Hamilton
12.15.16
Drugs

Why This Cannabis Oil Has Lawmakers Stumped

It all comes down to the source.
Madison Margolin
11.24.16
Weed

Blockchain Startups Are Hoping to Fix the Cannabis Industry’s Banking Problem

"You're putting out a message that your company has integrity."
Madison Margolin
9.28.16
Drugs

The DEA Is Banning a Little Known Medicinal Plant Called Kratom

But there's not much evidence that it's actually dangerous.
Madison Margolin
9.22.16
Crime & Drugs

America’s largest veterans group wants Congress to treat marijuana like medicine

The American Legion called on lawmakers to recognize that the drug has “potential medical value” and enable researchers to study whether it works for PTSD.
Keegan Hamilton
9.8.16
Crime & Drugs

Is the DEA's plan to let scientists grow their own pot just smoke and mirrors?

The DEA has indicated it will let scientists apply to grow weed for research purposes — but that doesn't mean the agency will actually approve the applications.
Keegan Hamilton
8.17.16
News

Why It Matters that the Feds Are Opening the Doors for Weed Science

By removing infuriating roadblocks, the federal government may have just ushered in a golden age for green research.
Mike Pearl
8.12.16
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