From Alleged Fake Texts to ‘Dumpster Fire,’ Keeping up with Oklahoma’s Wild Path to Medical Cannabis

Here’s a timeline of the events leading up to the August 25 deadline for Oklahoma officials to finalize the medical cannabis plan.

MedMen Requests Refund from Conservative Immigration PAC but Donation Still Draws Criticism

After Cannabis Wire revealed that MedMen and other leading cannabis businesses donated to a PAC called What A Country!, MedMen requested a refund, saying it had been unaware that the PAC supported anti-immigration candidates

Cynthia Nixon’s “No Corporate Donations” Position Includes Big Cannabis Money Gov. Cuomo Welcomes

Unlike Cynthia Nixon, NY Gov. Cuomo has not voiced support for legalization, but he has accepted nearly $100,000 from big cannabis industry players

ACLU Lawsuit in California Could Clarify Local Power After Legalization

Is a major California county thwarting state legalization by restricting the right to home grow?

The Short Sweet Life of a Cannabis-Industry PAC

Before it was quickly terminated, a Republican PAC called the Federalist Freedom Fund took in $187,000—all from the cannabis industry

The Lure of Local Cannabis Revenue

Does the promise of cannabis tax money change voters' minds on legalization? One case study suggests that it does

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

What Have We Learned From the First Nation to Legalize Cannabis? Not Enough

In Uruguay, researchers face high hurdles—much as they do in the U.S.