ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Department of Health said Wednesday it's not approving anxiety disorders as a qualifying condition for medical marijuana, unlike neighboring North Dakota and three other states.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — The South Dakota Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a lower court's ruling that nullified a voter-passed amendment to the state constitution that would have legalized recreational marijuana use.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A renewed push for Indiana to join more than two-thirds of states with some form of legalized marijuana use appears to face the same roadblock from Statehouse Republicans who have opposed such a step for many years.
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — A federal raid on a household marijuana garden on tribal land in northern New Mexico is sowing uncertainty and resentment about U.S. drug enforcement priorities on Native American reservations, as more states roll out legal marketplaces for recreational pot sales.
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Louisiana Agriculture Commissioner Mike Strain came under fire Thursday from state lawmakers who complained his regulatory agency was moving too slowly in expanding the medical marijuana products available to patients.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The amount of marijuana grown for Ohio's medical marijuana program would expand and the number of dispensaries able to sell it would be increased, under GOP legislation pending in the state Senate.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Republican Rep. Nancy Mace of South Carolina introduced legislation Monday to federally decriminalize marijuana, a measure she said would give states freer rein to pass their own laws and regulations without fear of federal reprisals.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Eligibility for medical marijuana in Ohio would be expanded to include any condition determined by a licensed physician to need treatment, under a new bill that would further expand the state's medicinal marijuana program.
Key claims by a medical marijuana provider against the state for shuttering the business in 2018 should be dropped due to previous court rulings on the drug, which remains illegal under federal law, the state said Monday.
A medical marijuana business with a history of disputes with the city of Billings is suing, saying a police detective engaged in “judicial deception” amid ongoing efforts to shut down the dispensary.
ATLANTIC CITY — The governing body is set to vote Friday on two seemingly contradictory resolutions that support one personal vice but oppose another.
HELENA — Montana health officials are proposing new rules to regulate medical marijuana testing laboratories.
The state health department's recent compliance concerns involving the largest medical marijuana provider in Montana include 27 pounds of unaccounted marijuana, more than 300 unaccounted plants, and what was termed Wednesday as "the secret room," a space behind a bookshelf alleged to have hidden additional product from inspectors.
A Missoula judge last week issued an order that will allow Montana's largest medical marijuana provider to proceed with five new operations previously rejected by the state health department.
Recent changes to Montana's Medical Marijuana Act were supposed to clean up what was once considered the Wild West for providers, doctors and patients alike. But the last two years have brought contention to the industry.
The state House gave initial approval Tuesday to a bill transferring responsibility for inspecting marijuana testing laboratories from the state medical marijuana program to the state environmental laboratory.
A reform of state medical marijuana law passed its second reading vote on the state House floor Monday before being referred to and then passing out of the House Appropriations committee the same afternoon.
A House committee will soon decide the fate of a wide-ranging reform of state medical marijuana law, though what that bill might look like should it reach the House floor remains to be seen, given considerable testimony and questioning heard Tuesday.
The Montana Senate on Thursday approved of tapping money collected through a tax on medical marijuana providers and spending it to fund peer support services for people with substance use disorders or mental illness.
The Montana House on Friday passed a bill to allow people on probation or parole to use medical marijuana if they suffer from a debilitating medical condition.
Disagreements in the state’s medical marijuana industry over how the regulatory framework has been implemented — and how to fix it going forward — spilled into the Legislature last week.
Trying to get ahead of an expected citizen-driven ballot initiative in 2020 to legalize recreational marijuana, a lawmaker is asking for the Legislature to study the issue.
Two Missoula medical marijuana dispensaries fell victim to "smash and grab" burglaries on Thanksgiving Day.