Army Veteran Spearheads Medical Pot EffortIt would tax medical marijuana sales at four percent, raising millions annually for the treatment of Missouri veterans.
Illinois Lawmakers Give Pot Decriminalization Another TryRepublican Gov. Bruce Rauner vetoed last year's attempt to decriminalize pot, but gave lawmakers guidance on how to proceed if they tried again.
Former Postal Service Worker Convicted in Theft ConspiracyFederal prosecutors say Cook and three other former employees of a Postal Service distribution center in Hazelwood diverted mail to themselves and other acquaintances.
Research Firm: Illinois Marijuana Market Forecast is GloomyOnly 4,000 Illinois patients can buy the drug at licensed dispensaries.
Metro East's First Medical Marijuana Dispensary Prepares to OpenCertified patients will receive consultation, learn about strains.
Online Commercial Released to Legalize Pot in MissouriThe goal is to get a medicinal marijuana measure on the November 2016 ballot.
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.
Petitions Filed to Allow Medical Marijuana Use in MissouriThe two petitions would ask voters whether to amend the state constitution to allow physicians to recommend the drug to patients with certain illnesses, such as cancer, epilepsy and post-traumatic stress disorder.
UPDATED: Illinois Panel OKs Medical Marijuana for 8 Health ConditionsAn advisory board voted Wednesday to add eight health conditions including chronic pain syndrome, autism, osteoarthritis and post-traumatic stress disorder to the list of illnesses that can be treated by medical marijuana in Illinois.
2 Petitions Planned to Ease Missouri Marijuana LawsThe statewide initiative would amend the Missouri Constitution to allow patients to use small amounts of marijuana for medicinal needs.
Man Sentenced to Life With No Parole Walks Free in MissouriFamily, friends, supporters and reporters flocked to meet Jeff Mizanskey as he stepped out of the Jefferson City Correctional Center into a sunny morning, wearing a new pair of white tennis shoes and a shirt that read ``I'm Jeff & I'm free.''
Illinois 2 Months Away from Legal Marijuana SalesThe number of applications for medical marijuana cards has increased by 40 percent since March.