Articles By Jeremy Borden

The Cannabis Factor in Michigan’s Governor’s Race

Voters have a chance to legalize, and a choice between candidates with opposite views on cannabis.

A ‘Historic Moment’ in House Judiciary Hearing on Cannabis, Veterans, and Research

Democrats want to work with Republicans on cannabis reform. But the hearing indicated that the minority party may be willing to walk away if criminal justice takes a back seat in those efforts.

Advocates Expect Equity, Expungement, and Micro-businesses in New Jersey Legalization Bill

A bill to legalize cannabis for adult use is expected any day now. A key advocate outlines what to expect and what sets the state’s plan apart.

Ballot Initiative Could Determine Fate of Colorado’s Hemp Industry

As Congress prepares to decide on hemp legalization, Colorado lawmakers say Amendment X provides flexibility to keep the state's hemp crop compliant and competitive.

Jury Trial Set for Closely Watched Anti-Cannabis Case in Colorado

The anti-racketeering, or RICO, case plaintiffs are backed by a D.C. law firm with ties to conservative causes — and Jeff Sessions.

Conservative North Dakota Might Be the Next State to Legalize Cannabis

An initiative to legalize recreational cannabis has qualified for the state's November ballot.

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.

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?

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