A court says companies can terminate employees for legal medical or recreational marijuana use because it remains illegal under federal law.
Without saying so explicitly, the fast-food restaurant seems to be targeting its latest belly bomb toward satisfying marijuana-induced late-night cravings.
With only one dispensary for the entire state, patients must wait up to seven months for relief. That could soon change.
A former top drug adviser to the British government says a rampant cocaine culture within the banking industry spurred overly risky decisions.
Pot smokers are expected to flock to Colorado and Washington, where voters legalized the recreational use of cannabis in November.
Positive tests in pre-employment screening have risen 5.7% since 2007. Will states with legalized marijuana see higher numbers?
While state laws on pot sales are still hazy, the IRS clearly has no problem taxing up to 75% of weed-based income.
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