Articles By Jeremy Borden
When it comes to cannabis, even the consequential congressional midterm elections here serve as a primer for the main event, when the Texas General Assembly reconvenes next year.
Despite anticipated voter confusion, advocates are confident at least one initiative will pass.
A fundraising push promised by Rob Kampia, the former head of Marijuana Policy Project, one of the nation's largest and oldest pro-legalization groups, fell flat.
Voters have a chance to legalize, and a choice between candidates with opposite views on cannabis.
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.
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.
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.
The anti-racketeering, or RICO, case plaintiffs are backed by a D.C. law firm with ties to conservative causes — and Jeff Sessions.
An initiative to legalize recreational cannabis has qualified for the state's November ballot.