Campus Clash

Campus Clash

A legal fight over campus cannabis is lurching toward the Arizona Supreme Cour

Dead Letters

Attorney General Jeff Sessions sent letters to governors of states with legal recreational marijuana

Surplus Sorrows

California is growing eight times more weed than it can distribute, leading to an issue in surplus.

Cannabis Court

The federal government's staunch stance against the happy little plant may seem at odds with public opinion.

Crop Circles

Arizona's pot circle is getting smaller and smaller, but with bigger blunts all around.

Double Drought

Nevada's green dreams may be short-lived as the states dispensaries are running out of pot, and they don't have a backup plan.

Breaking the Bank

With dispensaries bringing in as much green as they ship out, it may come as a surprise that banks aren't ready to cash in on the booming industry.

Campus Criminals

In case you missed it, possessing marijuana on college campuses has been legal for almost two months for medical cardholders. But that may soon change...

Battle for the Bud

Yes, Jeff Sessions does want to take your medical marijuana away from you.

Reefer Round-Up

Marijuana benefits abound as new policy looms

Prime Time

There's something just a bit different about The Prime Leaf, a new dispensary recently opened at at 4220 E. Speedway Blvd.

High Costs

It seems the fears of recreational marijuana supporters who voted against Prop 205 have some merit, based on state's hoarding of cash.

Hemp Haters

Gov. Doug Ducey killed a bill that would have opened a new industry for Arizona farmers Monday, May 22.

Smoke Sessions

You may have heard that U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions last week called upon his army of federal prosecutors to pursue the "highest" charges possible against alleged drug offenders.

Gauging the Ganja

Although the black market still operates like a real market with supply, demand and equilibrium, there are certain benefits of buying something in a legal market.

Cannabis: A conflict in cash

Doug Ducey doubled down, defending doobie deniers at an anti-marijuana summit in Atlanta April 20.


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