Now that GOP senators are coming out in support of legalization, Democrats may be playing a game of catch-up that could have consequences at the polls.
The research on marijuana's effect on IQ is still unclear.
The papers features Jeff Session's face with a joint drawn into his mouth to send a message: "We're not criminals, junkies or idiots."
After a long, hard road, the first marijuana dispensary in Texas is poised to open its doors to treat epilepsy patients.
The state's January 1 kickoff to legal marijuana sales has brought in around $2 billion in stock value.
"The momentum behind marijuana law reform will not only continue but increase as we head into 2018."
Is it more profitable for pot producers to stay underground?
Canadians consumed $4.8 billion worth of weed in 2015, putting the industry on par with the wine industry.
For eighth graders, binge drinking and prescription drug abuse decreased after medical marijuana legalization, but increased for 12th graders.
The data was not interpreted as a decrease by anti-marijuana groups, who said use remained higher in legal states than the rest of the U.S.
Nova Scotia's sole alcohol distributor will sell the drug in its stores and online, as a few other provinces are doing.
Federal and state laws concerning the drug are at odds.
The attorney general has long been an opponent of cannabis legalization.
Marijuana legalization, the right to abortion and free public education could all be up for debate if a constitutional convention is held.
When cannabis businesses come into neighborhoods, crime goes down, not up.
Senator Booker said he wants to correct an "unjust system" that largely impacts communities "of color."
The Super Bowl XXXIII champion Marvin Washington is one of five plaintiffs suing the attorney general over marijuana legislation.
Sessions wants to undo the amendment that prevents the Justice Department from spending money to prosecute those in line with state medical marijuana laws.
Briefing reporters on agency's new national drug report, the Acting Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration Chuck Rosenberg called marijuana "bad" and "dangerous."