" [Addicts] use marijuana and meth and go out and kill themselves and overdose or kill someone else," Grady Judd said without offering evidence.
Researchers tested THC levels in the blood of participants, who answered questions about their experiences with cannabis.
"The patchwork of inconsistent state laws compounds the dysfunction," wrote Kennedy. "Our federal government has ceded its responsibility—and authority—to thoughtfully regulate marijuana."
While many Canadians may be driving stoned, police across the country have not noticed an uptick in pot-impaired drivers in the past month.
Two New York Police Department officers are under public scrutiny after body camera footage released this week showed them allegedly planting drugs in a black teenager's car.
Officers did, however, raise concerns that more awareness is necessary around laws about properly storing cannabis in vehicles.
Marijuana industry businesses blame stringent regulations as one of the driving factors behind a lack of supply.
The rapper mocks the president in three videos shared to his 28.5 million-strong Instagram following.
"We don't want more deaths," said a Mexican senator. "It will be a major contribution to bringing peace to our beloved country."
Michigan Governor-elect Gretchen Whitmer said she would begin "taking some action" on the issue early next year.
"Legalization is happening at a much more rapid pace than expected, even compared to, say, 12 months ago," C21 CEO Robert Cheney said.
Canada's largest companies all saw morning gains, as investors grew more confident in the wake of legalization rolling forward south of the border, in the U.S.
Customs and Border Protection (CPB) officers at Montana's Sweetgrass Area Port have detained at least two Americans returning from Canada since the U.S. neighbor officially legalized recreational cannabis on October 17.
While recreational cannabis remains illegal in the U.K., a Greek billionaire plans to launch "miracle" cannabis products in Scotland.
Michigan, Missouri, North Dakota and Utah may soon join 30 other states in the U.S. in adopting some form of legalized weed through ballot-reform measures.
The children were age 3, 2 and 18 months old at the time of the incident.
"Seeing our neighbors making progress should put much more pressure on us to get it right and ditch our outdated federal marijuana policy," Democrat Congressman Earl Blumenauer from Oregon told Newsweek.
"The effects caused by marijuana do not justify an absolute prohibition on its consumption," the court ruled.
Licensing issues and postal strikes have presented obstacles for the country's fledgling cannabis industry.
"Halloween is a time for kids to be kids and have fun with family and friends," said a St. Louis DEA agent. "We don't want anyone falling prey to an avoidable tragedy."
"Even people that might have smoked it 20, 30 years ago, they're being asked, 'Have you ever smoked cannabis?'" Estevan Mayor Roy Ludwig said.
David Dratch, 23, could face up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted.
About 13 percent of middle- and high-school students are believed to use cannabis.
China bans the consumption, sale and cultivation of marijuana.