Is it a bad thing? We talked to budtenders, dispensary managers, and cannabis connoisseurs to find out.
A joint is cheap, discreet, disposable, and easily shared among friends. Pre-rolled cannabis joints, on the other hand, sometimes get a bad rap, but they don't always deserve it.
In today's cannabis news: Oregon cops eye impaired driving, Israel explores exports, and a grandma tries her first dab.
A few weeks ago, one of our writers noticed something odd: Walmart.com was selling a rosin press. We bought one and gave it a whirl.
In a May 1 letter to congressional leaders, Sessions urged federal lawmakers to oppose a crucial provision known as the Rohrabacher–Blumenauer amendment.
New York works on its budget, which is unlikely to include legalization. Other legislatures are shuttering for the interim.
Also: California considers a cannabis tax holiday, New York's legalization effort withers, and Virginia adopts a decrim measure.
All of a sudden Gov. Andrew Cuomo has higher priorities and travel limitations.
It's a great stump speech crowd-pleaser. But can a president actually make it happen? It's complicated.
More rumors about THC potency bills, and Vermont nears an agreement to allow retail stores.
A 2% THC cap would force the state's 200,000 patients to turn to the illegal market for effective products.
Stop firing people for relaxing on their own time, Colorado Boss. Also: Kentucky makes progress on medical legalization, and Virginia may decriminalize.
Medical marijuana has a 92% favorable rating. Trump's budget would let federal prosecutors target state-legal patients. What gives?
Florida judges roast a legalization measure, Oregon wants to ban vaping, and Connecticut just might legalize it.