Recreational Marijuana

Indiana’s Marijuana Church Sues State

Indiana’s Marijuana Church Sues State

Indiana’s First Church of Cannabis has sued the state, claiming its religious beliefs are being infringed on.  The First Church of Cannabis was created on the tails of Indiana’s...
US Senate Marijuana Banking Bill Introduced

US Senate Marijuana Banking Bill Introduced

A bipartisan bill has been introduced by Senate delegates from Colorado and Oregon, aiming to prohibit the federal government from penalizing banks that work with marijuana businesses. Businesses in...
Recreational Marijuana Brought WA $70 Mil. in Revenue in First Year

Recreational Marijuana Brought WA $70 Mil. in Revenue in First Year

Washington’s recreational marijuana program has grown significantly in its first year, bringing the state over $70 million in tax revenue from marijuana sales. This greatly exceeds projections. Originally it...
Denver Campaign Would Allow Marijuana Use in Bars

Denver Campaign Would Allow Marijuana Use in Bars

A new campaign in Denver aims to allow people over 21 to consume marijuana in a “limited social” capacity in bars or clubs, as long as the establishment approves...
Marijuana Laws Go Into Effect in Oregon

Marijuana Laws Go Into Effect in Oregon

Recreational marijuana is officially legal in Oregon as of July 1, 2015. It is now legal for adults age 21 and older to possess and use recreational marijuana. Adults...
Washington Legislature Passes Recreational Marijuana Reform Bill

Washington Legislature Passes Recreational Marijuana Reform Bill

Washington legalized recreational marijuana in 2012, but on Saturday the state Legislature passed a measure that makes several changes to the state’s recreational marijuana law. House Bill 2136 passed...
Marijuana Policy Project Ranks Rand Paul as Most Cannabis Friendly Candidate

Marijuana Policy Project Ranks Rand Paul as Most Cannabis Friendly Candidate

The Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) has ranked the over 20 potential candidates for President by how friendly they are to the cannabis community. Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky received...
Study Finds Marijuana Edible Potency Labels Are Often Wrong

Study Finds Marijuana Edible Potency Labels Are Often Wrong

A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) reports that when studying the THC content of marijuana edibles most of the baked goods were...
Unpaid Marijuana Infractions in MI Town May Lead to Change in Decriminalization

Unpaid Marijuana Infractions in MI Town May Lead to Change in Decriminalization

Grand Rapids, Michigan voters voted to decriminalize low-level marijuana possession in 2012. The law allowed those caught possessing small amounts of marijuana to pay a civil infraction rather than...
13.6% of CO Adults Use Marijuana

13.6% of CO Adults Use Marijuana

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment released its first survey on adult marijuana use since the passage of Amendment 64. The 2014 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey...