Canada is set to legalize marijuana in October, but the U.S. plans to treat those with ties to the industry as drug traffickers.
Los Angeles voters and California legislators exploring the public bank option may be breaking not just from Wall Street but from the Federal Reserve.
Long-term marijuana purveyors see the attorney general's move to end a federal "hands-off" policy as a bump in the road to proving their legitimacy.
The move by Attorney General Jeff Sessions is likely to add to confusion over whether it’s OK to grow, buy or use marijuana in states where it is legal, since long-standing federal law prohibits it.
For cannabis financiers, the industry's growth potential outshines the political risk.
In a stinging dissent, Bernette Johnson calls her colleagues' decision to uphold the verdict “outrageous” and “ridiculous.”
Colorado's legal marijuana industry is providing more options for young workers, but it has created hiring challenges for Denver restaurant owners.
The future for legal pot and drug reform is very much in doubt.
In a world where alcohol and tobacco remain legal, it’s just illogical that cannabis -- with its many benefits -- is still illegal Furthermore, legalizing it could ease some of the US' social, economic and even foreign problemsIn a world where alcohol and tobacco remain legal, it’s just illogical that cannabis—with its many benefits—is still illegal.
A new administration hostile to marijuana and a memo from the Justice Department could crash the pot movement.