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The state health board takes up a proposal Wednesday to lower fees for the estimated 112,000 people in Colorado with medical permission to use marijuana.
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Figuring out how much marijuana people use has been one of the trickiest, and most important, questions facing the bureaucrats who are setting up Washington state's new legal pot system.
In this Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013 photo, marijuana clone plants that are used to grow medical marijuana are displayed under a light, at The Joint, a medical marijuana cooperative in Seattle.
Teens are shunning synthetic marijuana, such as K2 and Spice, but smoking more of the real thing, a national survey of more than 40,000 children in three grades found.
As we near the end of 2013, NPR is taking a look at the numbers that tell the story of this year.
By a 4-2 vote Monday night the Simsbury Zoning Commission approved a Site Plan and Special Exception for a medical marijuana production facility at 100 Grist Mill Road.
The Supreme Court isn't the only challenge facing supporters of a proposed medical marijuana constitutional amendment on the 2014 ballot.
U.S. Rep. Walter Jones says North Carolina officials should consider whether marijuana would help children who suffer controllable seizures.
The Butte County Superior Court panel deliberated for about an hour Monday in the case of Daisy Jean Bram before adjourning for the night.
The Metropolitan King County Council today approved a one-year moratorium on new medical-marijuana dispensaries and gardens in the unincorporated areas of the county.
While the stigma of marijuana is still alive and well in certain sections of the country, it has been part of Colorado's culture ever since Amendment 20 allowed the medical use of the plant in 2000.
Despite the numerous advances made in the field of medical marijuana research, a new study from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine shows that the drug still displayed negative cognitive effects among teenagers who smoked daily for a period of three years.
A parents-toddler pot case update revealed startling information about a teenage couple in New York arrested last week.
When recreational-marijuana shops open in Colorado in January, Denver police officers will stand outside for crowd control but won't be allowed to step inside to provide off-duty security from within.
The News Tribune reports that supporters of legalized marijuana plan to battle the ordinance.
The Independent Record reports in a story on Sunday that 61-year-old Tom Daubert filed the documents in U.S. District Court.