California Court: Prison Pot Is OK — If Inmates Don't InhaleA California appeals court says it's legal to have small amounts of marijuana in prison — so long as inmates don't inhale.
Nevada Becomes First State To Ban Most Pre-Employment Marijuana ScreeningNevada has become the first state to ban employers from discriminating against workers for marijuana use, with some exceptions.
Deputies Sieze More Than 360 Marijuana Plants In Calaveras County BustA 23-year-old Arizona man is behind bars in connection to an illegal marijuana grow and butane honey oil lab (BHO) lab in Calaveras County.
California Man Gets Prison For Mailing 530 Pounds Of Weed To VirginiaA California man has been sentenced to 35 months in prison for shipping 530 pounds (240 kilograms) of marijuana to Richmond, Virginia.
Coroner Says Woman Died From THC Overdose, Experts SkepticalA 39-year-old woman Louisiana woman was the first person to have ever died from a marijuana overdose, according to local officials.
TSA Now Permits FDA-Approved Epilepsy Drug Containing Cannabis On FlightsA pediatric epilepsy drug containing cannabis that has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration is now permitted on flights, according to the TSA.
Plan To Create Special Pot Banks Moves Forward In CaliforniaThe state Senate voted 35-1 on Tuesday to pass a bill that would allow people to start banks and credit unions that could accept cash deposits from marijuana retailers.
CHP Seeing Increase In Truckers Driving High CHP Donner Pass is reminding drivers that while marijuana may be legal in California, driving under the influence of marijuana is not.
California Pot Market Not Traced Or Tracked As PromisedWhen California voters broadly legalized marijuana, they were promised that a vast computer platform would closely monitor products moving through the new market.
Placer Sheriff: Concentrated Cannabis Lab Raided In Colfax Had ‘High Chance Of Exploding’Deputies say a Colfax-area concentrated cannabis lab raided back in March was the most dangerous detectives have seen.
Officials Crack Down On Church Using Marijuana As SacramentMarijuana is still illegal in Wisconsin, but a church that recently opened its doors in Madison may have found a loophole.
Bill Aims To Protect Party Bus Drivers From Second-Hand Cannabis SmokeLawmakers are pushing a bill to protect drivers of party buses and limousines from the effects of second-hand cannabis smoke.
Government Says Marijuana Involvement Can Derail CitizenshipImmigration authorities on Friday said that anyone with any involvement with marijuana, regardless of whether it's legal in the state they live in, can be denied from citizenship because the drug is still outlawed by federal law.
As Legal Pot Grows, US Brands Begin Embracing ‘420’Potheads have for decades celebrated their love of marijuana on April 20, but the once counter-culture celebration that was all about getting stoned now is so mainstream Corporate America is starting to embrace it.
24 Cities Sue State Over Regulations, Trying To Put An End To Pot DeliveryTwo-dozen municipalities across California coming together to try to put an end to pot deliveries.