Biden's new $6 billion program bails out everyone except state-licensed weed producers.
Wildfire season is coming. A newly introduced bill in Congress aims to limit cost of fires and other disasters by expanding insurance coverage to the cannabis industry.
The New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled a labor appeals board was wrong to determine that workers' compensation insurance can't reimburse an employee for medical marijuana.
Amid the worst wildfires in state history, Emerald Triangle growers are replanting or doubling down.
More than 600,000 acres of the Golden State scorched. Cultivation heartlands under smoky siege.
Last year, the Nova Scotia Human Rights Board found the denial of coverage for medical marijuana amounted to discrimination. This month, the Nova Scotia Court of Appeals disagreed.
With the launch of the adult-use market just 101 days away, regulators will issue temporary licenses aimed at ensuring a smooth start.
The Maine supreme court is wading into the issue of medical marijuana and workers' compensation.
Despite legalization, large insurance carriers have generally stayed away from the industry. California wants to change that.