By Nicole Flatow on July 17, 2014
Washington D.C.'s marijuana law passed after findings of a gaping racial disparity in arrests. But that racial disparity in policing won't just go away now.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on July 11, 2014
Americans are gaining the ability to use marijuana medicinally, but the insurance industry isn't keeping up.
By Ian Millhiser on July 10, 2014
Brooklyn District Attorney Kenneth Thompson announced on Tuesday that his office will no longer prosecute most minor marijuana cases.
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By Nicole Flatow on July 8, 2014
The first legal recreational pot sales begin in Washington State Tuesday morning. But the recreational industry will be anything but a free-for-all in the Evergreen state.
By Nicole Flatow on June 24, 2014
New York became the 23rd state to pass a medical marijuana bill last week, after almost two decades of battles in the state legislature.
By Nicole Flatow on June 17, 2014
On medical marijuana, Clinton said more research is still needed.
By Nicole Flatow on June 11, 2014
The major donation signals what may be the most moneyed opposition to a medical marijuana initiative yet. It also comes from a particularly unlikely source.
By Nicole Flatow on June 10, 2014
Federal policy is purportedly moving away from crackdowns on medical marijuana. But that hasn't stopped the DEA.
By Nicole Flatow on May 30, 2014
The medical marijuana community achieved a landmark victory Thursday night.
By Nicole Flatow on May 29, 2014
The compromise measure lost the support of many medical marijuana advocates, who say consumption of the plant is the most natural and effective method for managing particular conditions.