Councilman Tim Fitch: ‘I just decided that I’ve seen enough in the last five years to soften my stance on this.’
Lawmakers targeted the limits following a wave of lawsuits by entrepreneurs whose business applications were denied.
The Missouri Medical Cannabis Trade Association said more than 90,000 patients and caregivers have received state-approved medical cannabis ca…
State medical marijuana regulators aren’t giving up their fight to keep two applicants from cultivating weed.
The judgment is a blow to the state, which has tried to limit licenses.
A year into legalized recreational pot in Illinois, some point to ongoing concerns about the program’s social equity component, which has dela…
Court’s directive raises questions about whether lawyers could be disciplined for representing medical marijuana industry clients.
The spending plan follows disagreement last year over how medical marijuana proceeds should be budgeted.
GOP-aligned groups like the Missouri Farm Bureau and the Missouri Pork Association support the changes. Labor organizations, environmental gro…
Read the fine print on your package of marijuana-infused products.
The case is among more than 800 legal actions that have been filed in connection with Missouri’s medical marijuana program.
Tyran Jordan, 20, pleaded guilty Thursday to federal charges following a September 2019 shooting in which a man was shot several times.
Rep. Taylor, new head of the House Special Committee on Government Oversight, says he’s open to continuing the investigation launched last year.
I began 2020 reporting on the fallout from key issues in late 2019 that continue to have an impact today: efforts to privatize operations of S…
While Tilley worked behind the scenes, the chairman of the veterans commission said he had "no idea" the deal was afoot.
The lawmaker says the state's current medical marijuana program is too bureaucratic and burdensome.
A year that will be known for death, confinement and deprivation began in a mellow flourish of self-indulgence.
The lawsuit comes as medical marijuana dispensaries are beginning to open in Missouri.
A Pennsylvania man says Missouri’s residency requirements for cannabis business owners violate the U.S. Constitution.
While scores of would-be entrepreneurs sit out of Missouri’s medical marijuana program, a select few are racing to cash in.
Former SLU/NBA star and CBC alum is a partner in Viola Missouri, which plans to open two cannabis dispensaries and a cultivation center in STL.
‘There is mass acceptance of the U.S. cannabis industry by the consumer and the voter.’