Advocates for medical marijuana in the District of Columbia say the city’s strict rules are having a chilling effect on the use of the drug.
There’s finally a breakthrough for patients who use marijuana as medicine.
The Maryland General Assembly on Monday approved allowing medical marijuana programs at research centers that choose to participate.
A bill legalizing medical marijuana goes before Senate lawmakers Thursday in Annapolis.
Delegates are hoping three new bills aimed at legalizing medical marijuana will make it out of the committee to the House floor. But it’s coming with some opposition.
Delegate Cheryl Glenn wants to Maryland to become the 19th state, including the District of Columbia, to provide a system for regulated medical marijuana use.
Maryland’s health secretary says academic institutions in the state are exploring the possibility of running a medical marijuana program in Maryland.
Healing herb or dangerous drug? The contentious debate over medical marijuana takes a new step in Maryland.
Maryland lawmakers have a lot on their plate and only hours left to work out dozens of important bills. Among them are some hotly contested bills, including a 3 percent increase in the alcohol sales tax.