In a scathing opinion, a federal appeals court blamed the whole system — judges, defense lawyers, prosecutors, even a court reporter — for the delay.
Gov. Philip D. Murphy signed an executive order aimed at loosening the state’s restrictive medical marijuana policies put in place by former Gov. Chris Christie.
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Readers discuss the health, political and legal issues raised by Jeff Sessions’s plan to tighten enforcement.
The Illinois attorney general's office on Friday told a federal court it will allow a suburban Chicago school district to administer medical marijuana to an 11-year-old leukemia patient to treat her for seizure disorders
The parents of a suburban Chicago elementary school student suffering from leukemia are suing a Schaumburg-based school district and the state of Illinois for her to have the right to take medical marijuana at school.
The attorney general’s new, more aggressive guidance will add legal confusion to an issue that many states are managing just fine on their own.
The growing divide between California and President Trump erupted this week, over marijuana, immigration, taxes and the environment.
When U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions green-lighted federal prosecutions of marijuana lawbreakers, the vast majority of U.S. states that allow some form of medical marijuana were unexpectedly placed at risk of a crackdown and are warily watching developments.