The justice died just days before the Supreme Court was to consider a lawsuit to overturn cannabis legalization in Colorado.
The state’s medical marijuana program launched with fanfare last month. Does its many restrictions and anemic market size warrant the excitement?
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.
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?
With cannabis illegal under federal law, all pot industry contracts could be unenforceable. But some see a way around that.
Americans are buying guns and frequenting shooting ranges more than ever before — and that's a major challenge for gun control advocates.
The founder of Smart Approaches to Marijuana, Kevin Sabet is determined to stop the cannabis crusade. But are his efforts too little, too late?
A failed Ohio marijuana initiative was so audacious in its corporate machinations that marijuana activists are concerned about "Big Pot."
Marijuana farmers in California’s fabled Emerald Triangle are ready to go legit. Will it be enough for them to survive?
The state's famed marijuana grow sites are wreaking ecological havoc. Is there any way to make them environmentally sustainable?
Activists have unveiled a well-funded, heavily endorsed pot legalization initiative. Will it be enough to unify California's fractured marijuana movement?
California wildfires destroyed hundreds of marijuana farms this summer. As the fire season ends, marijuana growers are gauging the damage.
The U.S. cannabis industry faces its first class-action lawsuit. Will the case hold up in court?
Ohioans will vote to legalize marijuana this November. Why do many cannabis activists say that's not a good thing?