What Does The Constitution Have To Say About Cannabis Legalization?

With the Trump Administration sending mixed signals on legal cannabis, and with Congress beginning to ramp up efforts for reform, in order for industry stakeholders to best understand where we are headed, it will be helpful to remember how we got here. As readers may be aware, the current status […]

Supreme Court Gives Judges Flexibility In Mandatory Minimum Cases – High Times

The US Supreme Court on April 4 handed down a unanimous decision in Dean v. United States, giving federal judges greater flexibility in mandatory minimum cases—an aim activists have long been demanding. Advocacy group Families Against Mandatory Minimums filed a brief in support of the petitioner in the case. As Bloomberg BNA reports, Levon Dean Jr, of Sioux City, […]