Judge: Cannabis Companies Can Make Campaign ContributionsA federal judge ruled last week that a provision preventing cannabis companies from making campaign contributions in Illinois wasn't constitutional.
Medical Marijuana Use Rejected for Intractable Pain, AutismThe petition to add intractable pain to the medical marijuana program was submitted in July 2015 to the Medical Cannabis Advisory Board.
Medical Marijuana Could be on the Mo. 2018 BallotMissouri would be the 29th state in the country to legalize medical marijuana if this effort is successful in 2018.
Ill. Medical Marijuana Sales Increase, Madison Co. State's Attorney WorriedMore than 11,000 patients are now approved by the state of Illinois to buy medical marijuana.
Marijuana Doctor Subpoenaed in State, Federal InvestigationDr. Bodo Schneider is the medical director of clinics in Marion and Orland Park, a Chicago suburb.
Kander: Time for Legislature to Pass Medical Marijuana LawKander came out in support of medical marijuana in a statement through the secretary of state's office, not his Senate campaign.
Backers Fight to Get Medical Marijuana on Missouri BallotSecretary of State Jason Kander has said the measure was 2,242 short of the needed signatures.
Marijuana Dispensary to Open in Sauget This MonthGreen Solutions passed it's inspection and is now stocking it's shelves with the product patients might use to ease various diseases.
Prosecutors Aim to Block Medical Marijuana Initiative from BallotAmong them are St. Louis City Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce and St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCullough.
Local Marijuana Dispensary Owner Praises DEA for Research AllowanceMarijuana is still on the official list of dangerous drugs, but the Drug Enforcement Agency now says it will allow more research into its medicinal use.
Forms Reflect Updates to Illinois Medical Marijuana ProgramDoctors no longer need to recommend marijuana, just certify that a patient has a qualifying health condition.
Illinois Ordered to Rethink Medical Marijuana for MigrainesA judge has ordered Illinois health officials to reconsider their decision not to include migraine headaches on the list of conditions that qualify for use of medical marijuana in the state.