Emjay, a California-based weed delivery and retail company, will pay the summer intern $15 per hour to test all 600 of its products and write reviews.
The bill would allow suppliers to remediate contamination and dispense the product if an independent lab concludes the remediation effort was successful.
Marshawn Lynch says he invested in the cannabis industry because he wants to lift up as many people as he can.
One of the largest global vaporizer e-commerce websites is looking for someone to test marijuana vaporizers full-time.
New Jersey is moving closer to opening its recreational marijuana market with plans slated for the first public meeting with the state’s new cannabis commission, Gov. Phil Murphy said Thursday.
New Yorkers can now possess up to 3 ounces of cannabis under a legalization bill signed Wednesday by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
An upscale Detroit restaurant has a message for guests: Dress up and don't come in smelling like marijuana.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday named a staffer for U.S. Sen. Cory Booker and member of the Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network to the new state commission charged with setting up and regulating recreational marijuana.
Under the law Gov. Murphy signed in February, a first offense would result in a written warning. The law makes it clear that the person’s parent or guardian is not to be notified.
The newest cannabis product showed up in Twin Cities smoke and vape shops last fall and has been selling out fast.
Seth Rogen, an actor, filmmaker, comedian and proud marijuana enthusiast, is bringing his cannabis and lifestyle brand, Houseplant, to the U.S.
For a third time, the Democrat-led Assembly has moved a deadline for Gov. Phil Murphy to act on legislation setting up New Jersey’s recreational marijuana plan.
The California Department of Public Health is now allowing people who work at medical marijuana retail shops a shot at the front of the COVID-19 vaccine line, before some teachers and emergency workers. Some say it makes perfect sense, while others are outraged.
New Jersey lawmakers have passed a measure setting up a recreational marijuana marketplace. Their action Thursday sends the legislation to Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy. He is expected to sign the bill but it is unclear when.
Fate Winslow was approached by undercover officers in 2008 and they asked where to buy some marijuana. He borrowed a bike, found some marijuana, and gave it to officers who then gave him $5. He got life in prison.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said Friday he and legislative leaders have reached a deal on legislation to set up the new recreational marijuana marketplace.
If signed into U.S. law, the MORE Act would decriminalize marijuana at the federal level and reinvest in communities hit hardest by the war on drugs.
A New Jersey Assembly voting session that had been scheduled for Monday and was to include a measure setting up the new recreational marijuana market has been canceled, Speaker Craig Coughlin said Friday.
New Jersey lawmakers have advanced legislation to establish a new recreational marijuana marketplace, which voters overwhelmingly approved on the ballot earlier this month.
Recreational marijuana initiatives passed in four states this year, from liberal New Jersey to conservative Montana and South Dakota. The results prove how broadly accepted marijuana has become.