Some pro-marijuana billboards are popping along New Jersey highways — and are taking aim at the NFL in the days before Super Bowl XLVIII is played at the Meadowlands.
The Seattle Seahawks coach said Monday he supports Commissioner Roger Goodell’s message last week that the league could consider medicinal marijuana as a treatment if science proved it could be beneficial for players who have suffered concussions.
Fearing electronic cigarettes might be rigged to mask marijuana use, some Long Island schools are banning the devices from their campuses.
From weed-themed Super Bowl parties to a Denver company’s “Stoner Bowl” tours of recreational pot shops, this year’s Super Bowl offers a twist on a sporting event better known for its beer commercials.
State Sen. Nicholas Scutari said his plan to legalize, regulate and tax marijuana would create needed tax revenues and allow police to focus on enforcing other crimes.
A New Jersey man mixed Rice Krispies and oregano and sold it as marijuana to a 17-year-old for $210, police said.
Researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai studied parental exposure to marijuana and the effects it has on the offspring in adulthood.
Smoking marijuana is “not something I encourage, and I’ve told my daughters I think it’s a bad idea, a waste of time, not very healthy,” Obama said.
In the video, 46-year-old William Bradley welcomes people to his “beautiful” garden and said he’s growing marijuana because he has terminal cancer.
Sanchez was arrested and during the course of the arrest allegedly offered police $10,000 in exchange for his release and the return of the property.
A teenage boyfriend and girlfriend from Brooklyn ended up severely burned, and were facing serious criminal charges Wednesday, after they allegedly had an accident trying to make a potent form of marijuana known as “earwax.”
Bernhard Goetz was arrested in November after allegedly trying to sell $30 worth of marijuana to an undercover police officer.
The Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office said their main goal was to send a message to students to stay away from drugs.
State Sen. Liz Krueger said her bill would bring in hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue for the state.
There was a move Tuesday to legalize — and tax — marijuana use in New York. State lawmakers want to put pot smoking on a par with drinking alcohol and let taxpayers profit.