The task of testing hemp for for its primary psychoactive compound will now have to be handled by state inspectors rather than growers under a change in federal policy.

Well, it's now clear how a lot of Oregonians got through their first month of quarantine: by smoking a lot of weed.

The results of a world-first study at The University of Western Australia have shown that medicinal cannabis can be used as a novel treatment for adults suffering from chronic insomnia.

Supporters of a ballot measure to legalize marijuana in North Dakota are delaying their effort to the next election cycle.

In an unusual turn, NIDA will pay researchers up to $100K per year to find out if smoking weed impacts COVID-19 symptoms.

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has removed a marijuana-based medication from the list of federally controlled substances.

Supply-chain disruptions and delivery delays have become the new normal for hemp and other agricultural commodities as governments keep their borders shut and planes grounded to contain the spread of the coronavirus.

As a primary care doctor who has incorporated medical cannabis into his practice, it is notable how many silver-haired patients are coming in to discuss the pros and cons of a trial of medical cannabis.

Cannabis companies that were planning to host elaborate monthlong celebrations around 4/20 have been forced to change plans and are turning to virtual parties that include specials and giveaways.

According to the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, adult-use cannabis sales hit $35,902,543.22 in March.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced on Tuesday that is approved hemp regulatory plans for two additional states and three more Indian tribes.

While some medical marijuana states allow home cultivation, others do not, potentially harming lives during the coronavirus outbreak.

COVID-19 is having a multi-million dollar impact on the state budget. One lawmaker said the solution might be to legalize recreational marijuana.

Chemists at some of the biggest legal-weed companies are after an elusive prize: a predictable, reliable product.

Hemp farming has finally gotten the green light to begin in Georgia, bringing a new crop that will sprout this summer.