You don't have to be stoned to have trouble understanding the hazy tapestry of laws and ordinances governing marijuana in Michigan.
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Nebraska and Oklahoma don't like Colorado's legal marijuana system, and they want the US Supreme Court to get rid of it for them.
Two heartland states filed the first major court challenge to marijuana legalization on Thursday
In an unusual unanimous decision, the US Supreme Court Wednesday ruled that police in almost all cases must obtain a search warrant before searching cell phones or other mobile devices.
The lawsuits challenging Ottawa's attempted overhaul of the medical marijuana system continue to pile up
Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens said on Thursday that the federal government should follow the lead of states that have legalized marijuana.
The US Supreme Court Monday declined to review a lower court ruling that found Florida Gov. Rick Scott's (R) plan to randomly drug test state employees unconstitutional.
Colorado lawyers who provide legal services to state-sanctioned medical and recreational marijuana businesses will not run afoul of attorney ethics regulations
In a bellwether case, the Michigan Supreme Court has ruled that cities and counties cannot pass ordinances that conflict with the state's five-year-old Medical Marihuana Act. The ruling came in Ter Beek v. the City of Wyoming.
The Crown is appealing a B.C. Supreme Court decision that allows patients authorized to use medical marijuana to drink it in tea or bake it in their brownies and cookies.