A Polish politician treats his brain cancer with illegal cannabis, research steps up in the Czech Republic, and Macedonia begins sale of high-THC extracts.
European attitudes toward cannabis are changing at a breakneck pace. Catch up on the most recent updates.
The government of Macedonia, a small country in the Balkan region of southeastern Europe, announced this month that it will legalize cannabis for people suffering from serious illnesses.
It's crunch time in Michigan, a Tennessee politician could face charges for cultivation, and Macedonia will offer cannabis in pharmacies.