Medical cannabis is legal in 29 U.S. states, but there’s still a lot of ignorance that surrounds the plant.
As of 2017, cannabis is legal in 29 states and the District of Columbia. In some states, it is legal for recreational use and in others it’s only allowed for medicinal purposes with qualifying conditions varying from state to state.
President Trump will replace the nation's top anti-drug official Sunday, when Chuck Rosenberg steps down after more than two years leading the Drug Enforcement Administration, and marijuana partisans are anxiously awaiting his pick.
“Wait, so you provide free marijuana with every purchase?” The owner of Local’d, a Washington D.C.-based delivery service that expanded to Portland in September 2017 says “That’s correct.”
A group of Michigan lawmakers are pushing for existing medical marijuana dispensaries to be able to remain open while they are applying for licenses, contrary to guidance previously issued by the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.
Acting Drug Enforcement Administration head Chuck Rosenberg told staff members Tuesday he is planning to step down from his post in less than a week.