Lawmakers in the Lone Star State have introduced six cannabis reform bills, California patients get a tax holiday, and Denver readies for onsite consumption.
Idaho cannabis advocates look to qualify for next election, Illinois hits sales milestone, and say hello to Alaska's first legal cannabis stores!
The Memphis City Council on Tuesday narrowly approved an ordinance that will allow police to reduce the penalty for people who possess small amounts of cannabis.
Michigan moves to tax medical cannabis, Ohio lawyers get OK to advise MMJ clients, and Australia's new national cannabis farm is itty-bitty.
The Nashville Council will vote to decriminalize cannabis, but there's more to the ordinance than meets the eye.
Arizona's adult-use legalization measure qualifies for November ballot, Israel begins clinical autism study, and where are the Nevada prohibitionists?
It's crunch time in Michigan, a Tennessee politician could face charges for cultivation, and Macedonia will offer cannabis in pharmacies.
Microsoft's racist chatbot turns out to be a cannabis fan, a Colorado ski town considers tossing edibles, and a faithful dog brings home a massive haul.
What a beautiful and progressive year it’s been – can we keep the momentum for cannabis legalization going through 2016? Catch up on the latest legalization news with our roundup!