Beginning April 1, 2014, Nevada law will permit a limited number of medical marijuana dispensaries, cultivation facilities, testing labs, and edible marijuana product manufacturers to operate in the state. In anticipation of the potential conflict between state and federal law, the Nevada Bar Association filed a request with the state’s Supreme Court asking for protection for […]

Armed with signs that exclaimed “legalize, not legal lies” and “turning a red state green in 2016,” about 50 people marched for marijuana legalization here Monday morning.   Read Full Story On

2014 is shaping up as a huge year for supporters of legalizing marijuana supporters. Two states have fully legalized recreational marijuana, and a third will vote on the issue this year.   Read Full Story On

Thirteen lawmakers have signed on to House Bill 2558, a recently-filed proposal which would legalize cannabis in Arizona similar to how Amendment 64 legalized cannabis in Colorado.   Read Full Story on

A measure that could make Alaska the third U.S. state to legalize recreational marijuana use after Colorado and Washington has enough valid signatures to be put before voters in August.   Read Full Story On

The president of Uruguay has been nominated for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize for making his country the first in the world to fully legalize the production and sale of cannabis. Read Full Story On