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A doctor who takes medical marijuana sues for the right to own a gun

A dealer who even suspects a customer may be using cannabis is obliged to cancel a sale. But known drunks and people who have spent time in psychiatric hospitals can buy guns.

Toxic chemicals found in popular CBD products

"There are things that shouldn't be in these products that are potentially dangerous. Somebody really has to step in an actually look at this stuff."

Toxic chemicals found in popular CBD products

"There are things that shouldn't be in these products that are potentially dangerous. Somebody really has to step in an actually look at this stuff."

What Pa. patients are treating with their medical marijuana

Most patients are using medical marijuana for pain, according to an Inquirer survey of retailers. "A lot of people buy based on the THC percentages," one store manager noted.

What Pa. patients are treating with their medical marijuana

Most patients are using medical marijuana for pain, according to an Inquirer survey of retailers. "A lot of people buy based on the THC percentages," one store manager noted.

2 Philly lawyers among ’30 Powerful Cannabis Attorneys You Should Know’

The list, published by a marijuana trade publication this week, shines a spotlight on Andrew Sacks of Sacks Weston Diamond and Seth Goldberg of Duane Morris.

2 Philly lawyers among ’30 Powerful Cannabis Attorneys You Should Know’

The list, published by a marijuana trade publication this week, shines a spotlight on Andrew Sacks of Sacks Weston Diamond and Seth Goldberg of Duane Morris.
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Philly leads the way on marijuana decriminalization | Opinion

The wave to legalize marijuana – a largely harmless drug – should continue.

Where marijuana is on the ballot today

Its been a big year for marijuana policy in North America.

Could Pa.’s marijuana program be in peril again? Permit scoring had ‘errors’ and ‘irregularities’

An examiner's opinion may open the door to more challenges and appeals by denied applicants. It may also explain why dispensary permits for Phase 2 of the marijuana program have been delayed for weeks.

How to get medical marijuana in Pennsylvania and New Jersey

With the launch of a statewide medical marijuana program in February, Pennsylvania residents who qualify for the treatment now have access to various forms of cannabis.

New Jersey’s medical-marijuana program hits the road to win over doctors

It's been eight years since medical marijuana was approved for use in New Jersey. The program is now being polished, repackaged and touted as a mainstream front-line treatment for patients.

Colorado jury’s pot verdict may discourage similar cases

Analysts and lawyers say a Colorado jury likely threw cold water on future legal challenges against cannabis companies by homeowners who consider filing racketeering lawsuits alleging proximity to pot operations hurts their property values

Two new marijuana dispensaries to open Friday in Philadelphia

Herbology is opening near the Italian Market; Cure Pennsylvania on City Avenue.

Marijuana company Curaleaf, valued at $4 billion, has big plans with Penn Medicine for King of Prussia

Curaleaf's growth strategy includes a partnership with Penn, opening six new dispensaries in Pennsylvania and locating a 49,200 square foot growing facility in the Philadelphia suburbs.

Why U.S. cannabis companies are packing their boards with political and corporate heavyweights

Some of the world's best-known — if not best-loved — politicians and corporate leaders now serve as paid advisers to major weed concerns.

Hack of marijuana dispensary’s Google results leads to apology

Ilera Healthcare, which operates a dispensary in Plymouth Meeting, discovered the hack on Monday, said chief operating officer Oludare Odumosu.

Marijuana shortages abound in Canada amid license rigmarole

The Canadian cannabis industry is still reeling from sky-high demand in the second week of legalization, with growers expressing frustration at the length of time it's taking to get licensed as shelves sit empty.

CBD: A marijuana ‘miracle’ that comes at a very high price

Most CBD products remain technically illegal, and — more to the point — they are extraordinarily pricey.

Leader of drug gang that moved 1,000s of pounds of marijuana is sentenced

Tyron McFadden, of Upper Darby, pleaded guilty to cocaine and marijuana distribution charges and conspiracy to commit money laundering. He will serve 23 years in prison and 10 years of supervised release.

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