Why are so many people still being arrested for marijuana across Pennsylvania?

“We’re still arresting more people than we did 10 years ago,” said Lt. Gov. John Fetterman. “It’s lunacy.”

Why are so many people still being arrested for marijuana across Pennsylvania?

“We’re still arresting more people than we did 10 years ago,” said Lt. Gov. John Fetterman. “It’s lunacy.”

Delaware gets approval from USDA to grow hemp. Is that a good thing?

One industry analyst warns that aspiring hemp farmers in any state take caution.

Delaware gets approval from USDA to grow hemp. Is that a good thing?

One industry analyst warns that aspiring hemp farmers in any state take caution.

Former Temple Health CEO Larry Kaiser joins board of Canadian weed company

Larry Kaiser also serves as chairman of FSD Pharma's scientific advisory board.

Former Temple Health CEO Larry Kaiser joins board of Canadian weed company

Larry Kaiser also serves as chairman of FSD Pharma's scientific advisory board.
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N.J. company must pay for employee’s medical marijuana, appeals court rules

“This is huge. And the significance of this court decision cannot be overstated,” said one cannabis attorney.

Aspiring hemp farmers and processors can now apply to produce it in the Garden State

Applications were posted Friday on the Department of Agriculture's website to grow and render the crop into fiber, oils, and CBD.

It’s a silky suit, a mini house, a pricey car — all from hemp. Pa.’s ‘Hemperor’ struts wares at Farm Show.

Geoff Whaling is perhaps America’s most enthusiastic evangelist for hemp, which analysts say could grow into a $25 billion industry by 2025.

Pennsylvania’s new hemp rules may hurt early farmers but boost the industry

Hemp could rocket to become one of Pa.’s major cash crops under new regulations. But those regulations could inadvertently crush small farmers who still are sitting on their 2019 hemp harvest.

Illinois shops run out of marijuana just six days after start of legalization

Tens of thousands of people lined up outside eight dispensaries in Chicago to buy recreational marijuana during the first week of legal sales. At the ninth store selling the newly legal drug, workers were

It looks like weed, smells like weed, but is it weed? Some states crack down on smokable hemp

Hemp looks and smells like psychoactive marijuana. Law enforcement has a hard time telling the two apart.

Coming soon: ‘Jersey Fresh’ hemp. Anyone with a permit can farm it.

The USDA gives approval to hemp farming in the Garden State

Reading the tea leaves: What 10 cannabis bigwigs predict 2020 will bring to the world of weed

In Pennsylvania, you’ll see more supply coming to the market in 2020. Meanwhile a referendum in New Jersey could accelerate the push to legalization.

Why marijuana CEO Ben Kovler of GTI is betting big on Pennsylvania and New Jersey

Green Thumb Industries, one of the top marijuana companies in the U.S., has high hopes for the Mid-Atlantic region.

THC vape dealers are stealing customers’ money online, FDA says

If you must vape, buy from a state-regulated dispensary.

Pa’s biggest marijuana dispensary chain removes Standard Farms products from shelves

The biggest medical marijuana retailer in Pennsylvania removed the products from its stores on Monday after Inquirer reported allegations by former executives that company broke laws meant to ensure public safety.

N.J. voters to decide on legalizing marijuana

Super-majorities in the state Senate and Assembly approved putting a question on the November 2020 ballot.

Small town Pennsylvania weed farm smells like 'skunks,' and breaks state laws, insiders say

A marijuana growing facility in a small Pennsylvania town reeks so intensely that many neighbors say they can’t open their windows in the summer without feeling sick.

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