Lawmaker Inaction Shapes Cannabis in Michigan as Legalization Heads to the Ballot Box

Voters are likely to approve recreational cannabis but there are warning signs in the state’s messy cannabis past

Vermont Lawmakers Ponder Next Cannabis Push

Lawmakers in the first state to legalize cannabis by legislature opted for no sales, but that may change by next year

Will Mexico’s New Leader Reshape Its Drug Policies?

López Obrador has dropped hints of big reforms in the recent past. Now the rubber hits the road

Massachusetts’ Cautious Cannabis Sales Rollout Reflects Northeast Climate

Recreational use cannabis has been legal in the Northeast since 2014, but no state has fully embraced it

Canada Paves a New Path to Legal Cannabis

From government-owned stores to a lower minimum age, here’s how legalization is unfolding differently up north

The PATRIOT Act Could Export U.S. Cannabis Banking Woes to Canada

Despite legalization abroad, U.S. cannabis prohibition ties the hands of foreign banks

Why Are Cannabis Industry Leaders Donating to Anti-Immigration Candidates?

Most of the money going to the conservative immigration PAC What A Country! comes from cannabis companies

Oklahoma Voters Approve Medical Cannabis

Well-funded anti-cannabis advertising in Oklahoma did not dissuade voters

FDA Approves Country’s First Cannabis Extract-Based Pharmaceutical

Until now, only synthetic cannabinoid-based medicines have been approved