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Federal lawsuit against Sessions and DEA says marijuana's Schedule I status unconstitutional: A diverse group of cannabis advocates filed a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of marijuana as Schedule I in the Controlled Substances Act.
What will Maine's recreational marijuana market look like?: As the legalization of recreational marijuana sales in Maine nears, a legislative panel is determining what the market will look like, including tax rate.
Marijuana backlash: Smell of smoke driving some former proponents away: In places where using marijuana no longer carries the threat of a jail sentence, the pungent odor of ganja is increasingly infiltrating daily life -- and annoying nonsmokers.
More than half of northern Colorado businesses fire employees who test positive for weed: A study by Mountain States Employers Council found most organizations in northern Colorado test for marijuana and half fire employees who test positive.
In Nevada, weed deliveries to homes up, hotel rooms out: Nevada's marijuana industry is ramping up its home delivery service as demand for the drug increases following the legalization of recreational pot in the state earlier this month.
Retired NFL players back new Denver nonprofit advocating for medical marijuana: Denver's 420 Games featured former NFL and other athletes supporting the non-profit Athletes for Care, which hopes to change public perception of medical marijuana.
Drive to get veterans access to medical marijuana hinges on House committee vote: A measure allowing veterans easier access to medical marijuana garnered bipartisan support in Congress last year and nearly became law. A vote Monday could be the end of the line this year in another attempt to pass it.
From high hopes to near death: An Oregon cannabis grower's story: In December, James Bowman was robbed and tortured at his Oregon cannabis farm, BlueSky Gardens. The 57-year-old is still struggling emotionally and financially from the attack.
As Trump admin wages war on legal marijuana, veterans side with weed: The Trump administration's attack on legal marijuana is increasingly confronting a politically potent adversary: military veterans
Colorado man convicted of fatally shooting illegal grow partner: An Agate man has been convicted of murder in the shooting death of a partner in a marijuana grow operation. Shawn Geerdes, 48, was convicted Wednesday by an Elbert County jury, according to a district attorney's office news release. Geerdes was also convicted of second-degree arson and of setting a wildfire.…
Maine business trades weed for trash bags on town cleanup day: A medical marijuana businessman in Maine is offering weed for weeds in a program to encourage Gardiner residents to clean up their city.