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Shawnee's voice is shrill, quavering -- on the edge of desperate. She clutches her 11-month-old son while trying to comprehend the situation unfolding in front of her.
Justin Hartfield, the Weedmaps.com founder, on his plans to legalize the drug nationwide and become the Philip Morris of pot.
When the Legislature adjourned Thursday, attention quickly turned to U.S. Attorney Jenny Durkan and whether she would target existing growers and businesses in Washington's largely unregulated medical system.
A measure designed to make Maryland's medical marijuana law effective has moved a step forward in the Maryland House of Delegates.
Marijuana was the issue that set John Hanger apart from the other Democratic candidates for governor, and proponents of legalizing the drug for medical purposes in Pennsylvania credit him with drawing attention to their cause before he dropped out of the race this week.
Chris Folkerts started selling electronic cigarette-like devices from the trunk of his car two years ago.
A $155 million supplemental budget passed, as did a measure to keep funding homeless prevention programs through fees on real-estate sales.
A state lawmaker reviewing the selection of operators of medical marijuana dispensaries says the state agency overseeing the process should reconsider some highly-rated proposals that were not approved for provisional licenses.
In his most expansive public comments on medical marijuana, Gov. Mark Dayton has downplayed the prospects of a bill becoming law.
One of the U.S. Justice Department's top concerns in allowing Washington and Colorado to move forward with plans to legalize and tax marijuana sales is seeing that the states keep criminals out of the industry.
The Nevada Supreme Court is being asked to set rules to protect lawyers who advise clients on medical marijuana issues.
A Florida-bound plane's nose gear collapsed during takeoff at Philadelphia International Airport Thursday, prompting an emergency evacuation from the runway.
Some people convicted of possessing small amounts of marijuana can ask for those convictions to be thrown out under the law that legalized recreational marijuana in Colorado, the state's second-highest court ruled Thursday.
When Tim Cullen was opening his first marijuana business four years ago, the high school biology teacher turned pot entrepreneur struggled to get resumes and references from job applicants.
A 27-year-old Arizona man accused of fatally stabbing his 12-year-old half-brother reportedly told police he "felt like killing."
Colorado's second-highest court says some people convicted of possessing small amounts of marijuana can ask for those convictions to be thrown out under the law that legalized recreational marijuana in the state.