D.C. Pro-Marijuana Group Preps to Give Away Thousands of Joints on Inauguration Day

DCMJ is planning to protest President-elect Donald Trump’s stated opposition to federal legalization of marijuana by passing out over 4,200 joints at Friday’s inauguration.

Medical cannabis, justice, education top Black Caucus agenda

The Maryland Black Caucus laid out their priorities for the 2017 General Assembly session, including diversifying the medical cannabis industry, eliminating the cash bail system and reforming education during a press conference Wednesday morning.

Maryland patients still waiting on medical marijuana

Dispensaries are anticipated to open by next summer, but legal fights with the Natalie M. LaPrade Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission over licenses to grow the plant has many concerned that access will keep patients waiting longer.

Medical Marijuana Supporters Look for Change from Congress

The Senate passage of legislation allowing VA doctors to recommend medical marijuana use to their patients is a step in the right direction but medical marijuana supporters want to see a change in federal regulation.

Despite Dangers, Use of Synthetic Drugs Surges

More than 6,000 people have called poison control centers this year for problems related to taking a category of psychoactive drug known as synthetic cannabinoids. And that number is on the rise.

O’Malley Gets Firsthand Look at Legal Marijuana in Colorado

Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley isn’t yet ready to endorse federal legislation legalizing recreational use of pot.

DC Fair Holds Marijuana Competition

The first ever marijuana-growing contest was held at Washington, D.C.’s state fair.

New Generation of Entrepreneurs Aims to Take Advantage of D.C.’s Budding Marijuana Market

A new generation of entrepreneurs is positioning itself to take advantage of an emerging marijuana market in the nation’s capital by attracting customers with upscale products.