California court: Prison pot is OK — if inmates don’t inhale

The judges ruled that California voters legalized recreational possession of less than an ounce of cannabis in 2016, with no exception even for those behind bars.

Religious communities consider how much faith to put in marijuana

Clergy and activists argue that religious communities have a role in the cannabis debate, even if their perspectives conflict.

Religious communities consider how much faith to put in marijuana

Clergy and activists argue that religious communities have a role in the cannabis debate, even if their perspectives conflict.

Will Delaware legalize marijuana for adult use this year?

The bill to legalize cannabis in the First State is down to the wire with three weeks left in the legislative session. Is there enough support?

Will Delaware legalize marijuana for adult use this year?

The bill to legalize cannabis in the First State is down to the wire with three weeks left in the legislative session. Is there enough support?
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HUGE cannabis startup, FSD Pharma, takes deep root in Philadelphia

The company’s aspirations are neatly summed up in its proposed stock ticker symbol: HUGE.

Will medical marijuana get backing from Church of England?

Even religious bodies are seeing the light when it comes to cannabis. The Church of England will relax a self-imposed ban and consider investments in medical marijuana, the Financial Times reported.

Pa. lieutenant governor traveled the state to talk legalizing pot. Here are his takeaways.

Lt. Gov. John Fetterman’s listening tour across all 67 counties wrapped up late last month. The Democrat publicly supports legalization, and reflects on his experience as he drafts a report on what he learned.

Big marijuana firms are ‘rolling up’ local dispensaries and growers, skirting Pennsylvania’s laws

One company controls more licenses than the law allows any one company to control. Experts say there is a buying frenzy going on despite the legislature’s intent to encourage local ownership.

N.J. medical marijuana program set for major expansion after full legalization effort failed

New Jersey’s medical marijuana program is poised to explode in its size and scope if Gov. Murphy, whose efforts to legalize recreational use was stymied by political infighting, gets his way.

Illinois becomes 11th state to legalize recreational pot

Illinois lawmakers voted to legalize recreational marijuana, becoming the 11th U.S. state to do so and bolstering Governor J.B. Pritzker’s efforts to shore up the finances of the cash-strapped state.

FDA holds hearings to determine legality of CBD in foods

“There is mass confusion in the marketplace,” said Peter Matz of the Food Marketing Institute.

Pennsylvania convenience store chain, that is not Wawa, to sell behind-the-counter CBD

Sheetz will sell a wide range of CBD products at over 140 stores across the Keystone State.

Cannabis banking bill may falter (again) despite state support

Backers of the the Secure and Fair Enforcement Banking (SAFE) Act include 17 state treasurers and attorneys general from 34 states and four U.S. territories.

OK to smoke, not to grow? States wrestle with homegrown pot

Illinois lawmakers working to legalize recreational marijuana have hit a potential snag: whether to allow people to grow a few pot plants for personal use

TSA allows fliers to travel with drug derived from marijuana

The Transportation Security Administration has changed its cannabis policy to allow passengers to bring some forms CBD oil and an FDA-approved drug derived from marijuana

Marijuana sales east of Mississippi poised to rival western markets including Colorado, California

The cannabis industry in the U.S. has long been centered around states like Colorado and Oregon, but now, marijuana sales in Illinois and its neighboring states east of the Mississippi River are poised to rival those out west.

N.J. lawmakers advance medical cannabis, expungement bills

New Jersey lawmakers advanced legislation expanding the state's medical marijuana program and making it easier for certain convicts to clear their records.

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