More states continue to introduce promising legislation for cannabis in 2015. Here are the cannabis legislation updates for the week, including a few that may surprise you:
Governor Nathan Deal indicated that he would be supportive of an expanded medical marijuana bill in Georgia. However, he backed out at the last minute.
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Indiana Senate Bill 284 would legalize the production of hemp and cannabis by local Indiana farmers and create a medical marijuana system.
NerdWallet, a money website, analyzed the healthiest cities in America. Their list of results has unearthed a curious trend: the top five cities are also cannabis-friendly.
Washington, D.C. City Council Chairman Phil Mendelson submitted a new cannabis legalization initiative to Congress for review, defying previous efforts by Congress to veto the measure.
It's been a little over a year since Colorado debuted the United States' (and the world's) first legal recreational cannabis market. Let's examine how things are looking for Colorado.
According to research, cannabis use is associated with lower body mass indexes. This study adds to a growing body of evidence analyzing cannabis, weight, and blood sugar regulation.
With cannabis legalization continuing to negatively impact Mexican cartel profits, farmers have turned to opium poppies as their new illegal cash crop.