Excited about the new law? There's a catch.
The founder of the Silk Road is headed to prison this week, but he may have actually made drug use and the drug trade less dangerous.
400 plant grow-op capable of producing $500K worth of marijuana
Homeless at the time, he sold a little weed to get something to eat.
Whether Ross Ulbricht was guilty or not of being the Silk Road drug sales "mastermind" misses the point: Silk Road has created a new drug sales model.
The Amsterdam Cannabis Cup was shut down on Sunday — its first day — for fear that “all participants would be arrested,” according to organizer High Times magazine.
Today, the FBI seized the Darknet market Silk Road 2.0 and arrested its alleged operator, Blake Benthall.
During a visit to the Dixie Elixirs & Edibles plant in Denver last summer, I saw the machines the company uses
Christopher Enns not selling marijuana from dispensary section
Lounge gathers sympathy from marijuana activists across the country