From local courtrooms to the U.S. Supreme Court, thousands of lawsuits are on the docket in Florida for 2018. In the first of a three-part series on some of the higher-profile cases, it’s the limbo involving 2016’s Amendment 2. Seventy one percent of voters approved expanding Florida’s existing medical marijuana law beyond those who are…

A Tallahassee judge Thursday ordered health officials to stop the process of granting a marijuana license to a black farmer, one of 10 coveted new pot licenses approved by the Legislature this year. The state Office of Medical Marijuana Use was supposed to grant all the licenses by Oct. 3, but has not begun accepting applications for some…

Most banks refuse to open accounts for cannabis-related businesses even in states where pot is legal, citing federal laws that outlaw the drug and consider it on par with cocaine and heroin. In Maryland, however, at least one community bank is working with the state’s newly launched medical marijuana industry, offering growers and stores a…

ALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTLV) — Following an unsuccessful attempt last session, state Rep. Carlos Guillermo Smith of Orlando refiled legislation this week to decriminalize the unlawful possession of “personal use” quantities of cannabis statewide, an initiative that has gained traction with the rise of medical marijuana. If passed, House Bill 1203 would reclassify misdemeanor criminal offenses for the possession of up to…

With many U.S. states legalizing marijuana, an increasing number of athletes are coming out of the closet about their weed-smoking habits. Athletes such as Avery Collins (ultramarathoner), Clifford Drusinsky (triathlete), and Nick Diaz (UFC fighter) have turned to marijuana as an aid for their swimming, running, lifting, fighting, and cycling training. Even Arnold Schwarzenegger

When it comes to cannabis, 2017 was a much better year than anyone was expecting. Back in January, stoners and pot moguls alike were super paranoid about incoming Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his plans to shut down legal weed businesses from coast to coast. After a decade of steady progress on marijuana legalization –…

In a surprising move, doctors who work for the Department of Veterans Affairs will now be allowed to discuss the benefits of medical marijuana with their patients, according to Military.com. Unfortunately, doctors will still not be able to prescribe or recommend marijuana for veterans suffering from conditions like PTSD and chronic pain, but they’ll at…

How times have changed. As the 2018 mid-term elections inch closer we await another round of ballot initiatives that would legalize recreational cannabis in Michigan, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Utah while Connecticut’s gubernatorial race is about to give the country its first cannabis centered debate. The event will be hosted by Students for Sensible Drug Policy…

Picture the stereotypical pot smoker: young, dazed and confused. Marijuana has long been known for its psychoactive effects, which can include cognitive impairment. But new research published in June in Nature Medicine suggests the drug might affect older users very differently than young ones—at least in mice. Instead of impairing learning and memory, as it…

One woman dedicated her life to creating a strain of cannabis that would allow any woman to experience a mind-blowing orgasm. Sexxpot is a specialized cannabis strain bred specifically for the way it enhances the sexual experience. And in particular, it’s been created with women in mind. Read More: