(The Center Square) - Problem: local governments in Washington state say they need more money to address affordable housing, public safety, and other inflationary costs. ... Read More.
(The Center Square) – Concentrations of tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, in marijuana are higher than ever before, and that has some lawmakers in Washington state – where recreational weed... Read More.
(The Center Square) – More than two dozen new laws take effect Jan. 1 in Washington, including an increase in the state’s minimum wage, a 10-day waiting period... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- People with heroin dependency don't use less of that drug if they start also using cannabis, according to a new study.The findings cast some doubt on the idea that cannabis might help people reduce their dependence on opioids, experts say."Cannabis is... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- An increasing number of cases are being reported of a mysterious, rare condition possibly linked to cannabis use that has caused some people to become severely ill, according to an ABC News investigation.While many people don’t think of cannabis as a... Read More.
(CALIFORNIA) -- California cannabis users may soon not have to travel far to get a cup of coffee to go with their legal pot.The state's assembly passed a bill Wednesday that would allow California's localities the right to approve the sale of food and... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- When Roland Conner was a teenager in the 1990s, he was imprisoned on a marijuana-related charge.Conner told ABC News that he struggled with the stigma of that criminal record for a long time, but recently his past has helped him and his... Read More.
The jokes just write themselves, folks: Todd Rundgren has partnered with the Michigan-based company Cheef Cannabis for a collection of two limited-edition strains called, yes, Hello, It's Weed.One strain, Michigan Cookies, has a "super-high level of potency," as well as a "sweet mocha coffee... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Brittney Griner's attorney presented new evidence on the fourth day of her trial in Russia, where the WNBA star has been detained for nearly five months.The lawyer had a letter from an American doctor giving Griner permission to use cannabis to reduce... Read More.
(CHICAGO) -- Chicago's top prosecutor announced Wednesday that her office completed its Cannabis Expungement Project with over 15,000 cannabis convictions removed from the record.Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx said that her office has complied with Illinois' new cannabis rules that took effect two... Read More.