Skip to content

Cannabis News

Judge tosses suit against Missouri recreational pot measure

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri judge on Friday tossed out a lawsuit that sought to knock a recreational marijuana proposal off the Nov. 8 ballot.

Lawsuit on recreational pot in Missouri nears end

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Lawyers for a Missouri woman suing to block a recreational marijuana ballot measure panned the top state election official's involvement and claimed the proposal is unconstitutionally broad during Thursday court arguments.
Cancer claims 4-time Iditarod champion Lance Mackey

Cancer claims 4-time Iditarod champion Lance Mackey

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Lance Mackey, one of mushing’s most colorful and accomplished champions who also suffered from health and drug issues, has died.
California avoids outages after day of grid-straining heat

California avoids outages after day of grid-straining heat

LOS ANGELES (AP) — California avoided rolling outages during extreme heat, as operators of the state’s electricity grid continued to warn that unprecedented demand on energy supplies could force them to periodically cut power to some customers.
California keeps lights on after day of grid-straining heat

California keeps lights on after day of grid-straining heat

LOS ANGELES (AP) — California avoided rolling outages during extreme heat Wednesday, as operators of the state's electricity grid continued to warn that unprecedented demand on energy supplies could force them to periodically cut power to some custom
'Like TNT': Experts say Saskatchewan attacks underscore need for justice support

'Like TNT': Experts say Saskatchewan attacks underscore need for justice support

A deadly stabbing rampage over the Labour Day weekend in rural Saskatchewan underscores a critical lack of social supports in Canada's justice system, experts say.
B.C. government and public service union reach tentative deal for 33,000 workers

B.C. government and public service union reach tentative deal for 33,000 workers

VICTORIA — The biggest union representing public service workers in British Columbia announced Wednesdayit had reached a tentative contract agreement with the province covering 33,000 of its members. The B.C.

Editorial Roundup: Pennsylvania

Uniontown Herald-Standard. September 4, 2022.
Candy, cash, gifts: How rewards help recovery from addiction

Candy, cash, gifts: How rewards help recovery from addiction

Harold Lewis has been fighting drug addiction for years, but only recently started thinking recovery could be fun.
California weathers heat wave without rolling blackouts

California weathers heat wave without rolling blackouts

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A brutal Western heat wave brought California to the verge of ordering rolling blackouts but the state’s electrical grid managed to handle record-breaking demand.