With the November midterm elections now less than two months away, the tally of states that will be deciding on some kind of voter-driven state marijuana reform is now set.
Low-income smokers may still prefer to purchase marijuana on the street even if marijuana were legalized across the country. Here's why.
While most of the U.S. interested in marijuana reform is watching the calendar in Oregon and Flordia, Alaska is an important and imminent frontier for cannabis reform.
Creative Edge Nutrition (FITX) CEO Bill Chaaban had hoped to open a super grow facility this summer in Canada but the launch was pushed back amid legislative challenges.
One of the more fascinating sectors of the blooming marijuana vertical is where all things cannabinoid hit the ground (or hydro environment).
When the San Francisco Department of Health heard about Eaze, officials asked for a meeting to better understand what the medical marijuana related business was about.
The Florida marijuana market may be one of the most expensive ones in the country to do business.
The "ban the box" on employment applications doing away with the question about past criminal offenses and drug use - takes on added fervor this Labor Day.
Cannabis entrepreneurs are plagued by slander and sabotage.
Illinois Democratic Governor Pat Quinn signed a new bill last month adding seizure conditions to the list of qualifying conditions in the state for the nascent medical marijuana program.