Utah Lawmakers Could Decide Today to Override Voter-Passed Medical Cannabis Initiative

Lawmakers could undo Prop 2 — and threat of litigation looms.

PART III: A Sea Change for Cannabis Politics

As legislative priorities shift, what is gained? And what is lost?

PART II: The Cannabis Industry Learns to Play Politics

Cannabis companies are increasingly lobbying and handing out campaign contributions on both sides of the aisle.

PART I: Cannabis Courts the Grand Old Party

The cannabis debate in Congress is being reshaped along GOP-friendly lines.

Cannabis Goes To Washington

A burgeoning industry is using its money to influence politics, and finding new GOP allies in the process. But there may be a price.

Cannabis and the Midterms

On Election Day, three of four cannabis voter measures passed. And dozens of congressional, gubernatorial, and local results have implications for the future of cannabis in the US.

Judge: California City That Banned Home Growing “Has Gone Too Far”

As cities across the state continue to draft their own rules for home cultivation, this ruling in Fontana could serve as a precedent.

Mexico Inches Toward Legal Cannabis

Case by case, a team of lawyers chips away at prohibition, and a new president may soon take a swing.

The Curious Backstory of Missouri’s Three Medical Cannabis Measures

Here's what voters should know about the dark money and wealthy backers behind two of them—and the promises of all three.