A federal appeals court ruled this week that a ban on the sale of guns to medical marijuana card holders does not violate the Second Amendment.
New York is considering a proposal that would allow schools to “possess, secure, and administer medical marijuana products under limited circumstances.”
At the RNC in Cleveland last week, Pete Hegseth ventured into the anti-American protests and yesterday, he talked to some pro-marijuana demonstrators at the DNC in Philly.
Activists will also be carrying a giant, 51-foot-long inflatable “joint,” and inviting anyone passing by to light up.
Thanks to a controversial new program launched by Mayor Bill de Blasio, New York City high school students caught with marijuana won't face automatic suspension.
The U.S. Border Patrol says it's seeing more and more hard drugs being smuggled from Mexico. With marijuana legalization pushing demand down in some U.S. states, cartels are now turning to methamphetamine and heroin for profits.
Berkeley, California is making headlines with a new law that requires medical marijuana dispensaries to give away at least two percent of their pot to low-income residents. Supporters point out that even those who have a doctor's permission, cannot necessarily afford to pay for the pot.
A report out of northern Colorado indicates 4th-graders were found to be selling pot on their school playground. John Gates, director of safety for Weld County School District 6, explained that the 10-year-old students "procured" the marijuana from grandparents.
Following the state's recent legalization of marijuana, some Colorado drivers are now complaining that they're being singled out by police officers in other states simply because they have license plates from The Centennial State. Legal experts say we could see a string of lawsuits, like the one filed by a 70-year-old retiree against the Idaho State Police.
President Obama raised some eyebrows when he downplayed the risks of smoking marijuana, likening it to drinking alcohol or smoking cigarettes. Bishop Ron Allen, president of the International Faith Based Coalition, reacted strongly to the president's comments in an interview with Steve Doocy this morning.