Natural Hazard? Study Says Farming Marijuana Hurting EnvironmentResearchers from Ithaca College say that the growing number of small pot farms being planted in remote forest areas are having a major impact on the local environment.
Officials Warn About Marijuana Candy Ahead Of HalloweenOfficials say there's a significant presence of the candy and other edible forms of marijuana in New Jersey and nearby states.
NJ Senator Introduces Bill To Legalize Recreational PotDemocratic State Sen. Nicholas Scutari said the national trend is toward legalization and that it could be a big economic boost to New Jersey.
Illegal Pot Growing Operation Discovered In Bronx HomeThe elaborate setup was found in a home on Fowler Avenue in Morris Park around 2 p.m. Wednesday as officers from the 49th precinct carried out a search warrant.
Doctors Worry Parents May Underestimate Risk Of Teenage Pot UseA new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics found as more states legalize the drug for adult use, more teenagers think it's safe.
In Wake Of Massachusetts Pot Vote, NJ Lawmaker Calls Prohibition ‘Waste Of Substantial Money’The marijuana industry got a big boost on election night. Voters in California, Nevada, and Massachusetts legalized recreational pot.
Voters In Massachusetts, Nevada, And California Say ‘Yes’ To Recreational MarijuanaVoters in Massachusetts and California have approved ballot measures legalizing the recreational use of marijuana.
NJ Senate President: Marijuana Legalization Could Be 'Game Changer' For State's EconomyNew Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney says he intends to take up the issue of legalizing marijuana in the state as soon as the next governor assumes office in 2018.
600 Marijuana Plants Found Growing Behind Connecticut Day Care CenterState inspectors have found more than 600 marijuana plants growing behind a Connecticut day care center, and police say arrests are forthcoming.
DEA: Marijuana To Remain Classified As Dangerous Drug In U.S.The DEA said in a lengthy notice in the Federal Registry that it consulted with the Health and Human Services Department and concluded that marijuana will remain in the class of drugs that have "no accepted medical use.
East New York Residents Say Community Garden Was Unfairly Closed Because Someone Grew MarijuanaNeighbors in East New York, Brooklyn are fighting for their community garden, after the city closed it because of what was growing there.
Legalization Advocates Say Marijuana Could Raise $300-Million In Tax Revenue For New JerseySupporters say legalization could solve budget problems and make the state millions, but critics aren't buying it.