Posts in Lifestyle and Technology & Science

Why it’s so hard to test for driving high, and why that’s a problem

June 01, 2017

By Keith Humphreys, Special To The Washington Post While several states have legalized using marijuana, nobody is in favor of driving unde... (more)

Can I get fired for using legal recreational marijuana? An FAQ for California workers

May 30, 2017

By Peter Hetch Six months have passed since California voted in favor of Proposition 64, the recreational marijuana initiativ... (more)

How the Trump administration is affecting the multibillion-dollar marijuana industry

May 20, 2017

By Kate Rogers The pot industry is one of the fastest growing in the country — projected sales this year are in the... (more)

Convenient cannabis: Vending machine checks ID

May 13, 2017

By Zlati Meyer In an age when vending machines can dispense anything from lipstick to headphones,... (more)

How Colorado's edible pot market went from public enemy to public health leader

May 10, 2017

By Laura Kane A tray of tempting pastel-colored candies sits on a countertop inside AmeriCanna’s production facility. Although shaped like pot leaves and stamped wit... (more)

Medical marijuana could save $1 billion for Medicaid, study shows

April 20, 2017

By Robert King Medical marijuana prescriptions could hav... (more)

A big thing marijuana opponents warned you about is definitely not happening

March 25, 2017

By Christopher Ingraham A state-run survey of 37,000 middle and high school stude... (more)

Marijuana 'gifting,' dispensary ordinances pass unanimously

March 25, 2017

By Darcie Nolan Three local ordinances recommended by Colorado Springs' ... (more)

NORML forms multi-state workplace drug testing coalition

February 28, 2017

The fact that 190 million Americans now live in states where marijuana has been legalized to some degree is raising a number of questions and issues about how to integrate the American workforce an... (more)

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