Native American tribes can legally grow and sell marijuana, even in states where it is considered illegal. This is a result of the Depart of Justice’s 2014 move to stop US attorneys from prosecuting Native American tribes that grow and sell cannabis on reservations. Native Americans are a sovereign nation, meaning their tribes have the… Read More

Last month the DEA refused to reschedule cannabis. The agency also said it would facilitate cannabis research by allowing more people to grow cannabis for research purposes. Now, less than a month after the DEA’s announcement, it seems that plans to improve cannabis research are already failing. Looking for Cannabis Growers To make cannabis more… Read More

The board regulating Alaska’s small legal marijuana industry is expected to approve licenses this week for the state’s first retail cannabis outlets. The state’s Marijuana Control Board also is expected to discuss whether certain retail stores will be given permission to have areas where customers can smoke marijuana – a key issue since tourists and… Read More

Colorado is expected to reach another national first on cannabis Wednesday when state agriculture officials show off the first domestic certified hemp seeds. The Colorado Department of Agriculture has been working for years to produce hemp seeds that consistently produce plants low enough in the chemical THC to qualify as hemp and not its intoxicating… Read More

There will be an initiative on the November ballot to legalize the recreational use of marijuana for adults 21 and older in Arizona. The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol submitted 258,582 petition signatures to the Secretary of State in late June. According to the campaign website, only 150,642 signatures were required. The campaign states… Read More