Marijuana Legalization In California: Is The State’s Cannabis Industry Too Divided To Take Advantage Of It?
California’s massive marijuana grey market is poised to go legit. But those in the business can’t agree on what the new industry should look like.
Marijuana Legalization: Pot Brings Poor People To Colorado, But What’s Being Done To Help Them? [PART TWO]
With more than $135 million in taxes and fees generated by Colorado marijuana sales last year, some shelter managers would like to see a portion of the proceeds devoted to homeless services.
Marijuana Legalization In Colorado: How Recreational Weed Is Attracting People, But Spiking The State’s Homeless Rate [PART ONE]
Colorado homeless shelters say 20 to 30 percent of their new residents report they’re coming to the state because of pot. Is the state equipped to handle them?
Leeroy Jenkins And World of Warcraft: Ben Schulz Launched The Phenomenon, Now He Weighs In On The Movie
The “Warcraft” movie is chock-full of connections to its computer-game inspiration. So why no reference to the game’s strangest hero?
Marijuana News 2016: Scientists, Frustrated By Funding Shortfalls, Launch Institute For Research On Cannabinoids
The world’s top cannabis researchers say there’s not enough money for their work. So they’ve launched a nonprofit scientific institute to fix that.
With 10 states potentially voting on recreational or medical marijuana reforms this year, some worry the cannabis movement is trying to do too much too soon.
There’s a new swimwear-tech arms race underway — one where the difference between victory and defeat in the pool (and within a $1 billion swimwear market) can come down to comfort and a hundredth of a second.
Cannabis Legalization And The NFL: Athletes Are Embracing The Medicinal And Financial Benefits Of Marijuana, So Why Can’t The League Play Nice?
As Ricky Williams readies a marijuana gym and pro athletes dive into pot ventures, why did Laremy Tunsil tumble in the draft after a bong tweet?
After Years Of Petitions And Protests, Marijuana Group DCMJ Says It’s Meeting With Obama Staffers At The White House
Officials at DCMJ, which helped run a 2015 marijuana legalization effort in Washington, say they've been invited to the White House.
Pot culture’s unofficial holiday has become a global phenomenon. But have the celebration’s counterculture roots been lost along the way?
A secret marijuana grow, a treasure map and five young hippies who called themselves the Waldos: the unbelievable story behind marijuana’s global holiday.
Marijuana Could Soon Be Rescheduled As A Less Dangerous Drug By The DEA, So Why Aren’t Cannabis Proponents Excited?
The U.S. may soon remove pot from a list of the country’s most restricted drugs. But could the move hurt the cannabis industry?
Marijuana Startups Like Tokken Aim To Provide The Cannabis Industry With Banking Services, But Will Legal Shifts Put Them Out Of Business?
Entrepreneurs see an opportunity in the cannabis industry’s need for financial services, but are such ventures viable long-term solutions?
Activists Plan Mass Marijuana Consumption At The White House, But Some Cannabis Advocates Question Civil Disobedience
Activists planned to get high (and arrested) in the nation’s capital, but many in the marijuana movement question the move.
As the global war on drugs draws increasing criticism, the marijuana movement is facing a challenge: Should it advocate for policy reforms beyond cannabis?
Marijuana Legalization Movement Just Won Multiple Courtroom Battles, But Will That Be Enough to Quash Future Legal Threats?
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit equating the marijuana business with organized crime. Could racketeering laws still threaten the growing industry?
Marijuana Startup Accelerator CanopyBoulder Is Leading A Cannabis Industry Boom, But Some Grads Say The Program Isn’t Worth The Hype
CanopyBoulder is riding high as the first marijuana accelerator, but it’s also struggling with complaints about its contracts and the behavior of those in charge.
Marijuana Legalization: As The UN Prepares To Tackle The World Drug Problem Again, Will Cannabis Laws Change Global Policy?
World leaders and activists say next month’s United Nations special session on drugs should push for a major shift in global narcotics policies.
Pot lobbying groups jumped on the Rand Paul bandwagon last year. Here’s why they aren’t doing the same for Bernie Sanders.
Marijuana companies are promising custom-made experiences based on flavor compounds called terpenes. But can they actually deliver “contentment ” and “relaxation”?
Marijuana Legalization: Antonin Scalia’s Death Could Sway Supreme Court Decision On Major Cannabis Lawsuit
The justice died just days before the Supreme Court was to consider a lawsuit to overturn cannabis legalization in Colorado.
Medical Marijuana In New York State: Patient-Advocates Who Built The Program Are Fighting To Access It
The state’s medical marijuana program launched with fanfare last month. Does its many restrictions and anemic market size warrant the excitement?
Marley Natural Launch Ushers In The Era Of Celebrity Cannabis. Is It The Best Way To Market Marijuana?
Bob Marley’s pot line launches on Saturday. Next up could be Jefferson Airplane-themed weed. Are these endorsements the future of marijuana marketing?
Marijuana markets nationwide are growing. Some say that means legalization works, while others vehemently disagree.
There is an alternative to the free-market marijuana industry: a state-run system. And Bernie Sanders’ home state could become the first to attempt it.
After cannabis has been at the center of decades of critical coverage, the media could be going too easy on marijuana now.
Recent developments suggest 2016 could be the year the marijuana legalization movement runs right into an immovable object: federal law.
Marijuana Banking: The Fourth Corner Credit Union Fights In Court To Become The World’s First Cannabis Bank
Colorado’s Fourth Corner Credit Union wants to solve the cash-based marijuana industry’s banking woes. Does it have the legal ability to do so?
Sin City aims to become the world’s marijuana tourism capital. But stringent city and state rules could keep that from happening.
Legal marijuana is thoroughly protected and regulated in Colorado. So why aren’t employees being given the same respect?