Farmers already approved for hemp, and businesses sourcing from them or European producers, aren’t affected by the shutdown. But those who hoped to take advantage of the industry’s projected growth have had to push off plans to invest or add…
By Alex D'Elia
A growing group of traditionally conservative Republican voters in Oklahoma have shifted their position on medical marijuana as they approach a Tuesday vote that could ensure Oklahoma joins the growing list of states that have legalized some form of pot.
By Sean Murphy, Associated Press
The two states say it is difficult for them to enforce a federal ban on marijuana with the drug entering their borders from neighboring Colorado.
By Corinne Segal
Paul, who announced plans this week to seek re-election to the Senate in 2016 and is actively exploring whether to run for president, said he "wasn't a choir boy" when asked by Louisville television station WHAS if he had used…
By Associated Press
By Kristen Wyatt, Associated Press
Medical marijuana businesses have been giving to candidates since the late 1990s. With the arrival of recreational pot in Colorado and Washington, the industry and its political influence are expanding rapidly.
By PBS NewsHour
Attorney General Eric Holder said Thursday the administration will soon roll out regulations to allow banks to do business with legal marijuana sellers. How will the Department of Justice’s decision impact owners of legal marijuana stores and dispensaries?…
President Obama said in a magazine interview with The New Yorker that he didn't think marijuana is "more dangerous than alcohol." But his support for marijuana legalization comes with several caveats.
Shields and Brooks discuss how government can address economic inequality…
Obama's Colombia Visit Renews Call to Retool U.S. Drug Policy…
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