Wood River Council Passes Pot OrdinanceIn a unanimous vote on December 19, council members decided to make the possession of small amounts of pot an ordinance violation.
Business is Blooming at Metro East Medical Marijuana DispensaryAfter starting with 89 total patients, HCI Alternatives now has over 900.
Army Veteran Spearheads Medical Pot EffortIt would tax medical marijuana sales at four percent, raising millions annually for the treatment of Missouri veterans.
Menstrual Cramps - Can Medical Marijuana Bring Relief?The medical marijuana relief product can only be sold in California at this time.
HCI's Cannabis Sales Increase in Second Month of OperationOrders through HCI have jumped to more than 500 per month, with the average customer spending $156.
Veteran Asks Court to Reverse Illinois on Marijuana for PTSDAn Illinois veteran is asking a judge to reverse a state decision against adding post-traumatic stress disorder to the list of diseases eligible for medical marijuana treatment.
Study: Marijuana Does Not Change Brain VolumeA study of siblings found no significant differences in brain volume between those who used marijuana and those who did not.
Illinois 2 Months Away from Legal Marijuana SalesThe number of applications for medical marijuana cards has increased by 40 percent since March.
Sunday Notebook: Johnson's Slip, Cannabis Sales SpikeDan Reardon found a small story in the Seattle Tribune about Marijuana sales this weekend in Washington.
Illinois Residents Hold on to Cannabis ID Card ApplicationsIllinois health officials warn residents who are applying to get an ID card for medical cannabis, to hold on to their applications.
Bill to Extend Medical Cannabis Pilot ProgramThe red tape holding up an actual, legal, medical marijuana transaction in Illinois should not count against people who need the drug, according to a bill in the General Assembly.
Missouri House Panel Sends Medical Marijuana Bill ForwardThe GOP-sponsored measure would set up a system for some Missouri residents with specific illnesses and a doctor's approval to obtain and use marijuana legally in the state.