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Wasn’t the DEA Going to Let Others Grow Research-Grade Cannabis?

Yes, it was. So why has the agency delayed applications? Sue Sisley demands an answer, and the courts agree with her.

NIDA Study Finds Underage Cannabis Use Alters Brain Connectivity

Consumers who began after age 21 exhibited the same connectivity as non-consumers.

Is Jeff Sessions’ Justice Department Actively Blocking Cannabis Research?

Federal applications to grow cannabis for research purposes have languished as Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ Justice Department fails to act on them.

Photos Prove Government-Grown Cannabis Is Basically Ditch Weed

Yes, what you're looking at is, technically speaking, cannabis.

Outrage Follows DEA Refusal to Reschedule Cannabis

“Marijuana has no currently accepted medical use in treatment in the United States," the DEA said in its decision.

The Shake: State Dept. Says DEA is Wrong on Cannabis

Oakland wants to be the cannabis capital of California, Obama cuts short 58 prisoners' sentences, and Jamaica adopts initial regulations to launch the ganja industry.

The Shake: The Feds Grow Brickweed and Cannabis Is a Staple in Spokane

Ohio's medical cannabis bill finds an unlikely ally, MassRoots wants to be on NASDAQ, and "Britain's most charming drug smuggler" dies.

The Medical Minute: So the Feds Just Admitted That Cannabis Has Anti-Tumor Properties

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) recently revised a publication on medical marijuana with details pertaining to cannabinoids’ therapeutic properties – and one of the benefits they mention is tumor reduction.