Should Employers Keep Testing Workers For Pot?Most employers screen job applicants for marijuana use, even in states where it's legal for medical and recreational use. That has some experts arguing that the practice is a waste of time.
Authorities Say $500K Of Pot Found In Sleeping Woman's CarAuthorities say a woman was arrested after an estimated $500,000 worth of marijuana was found in her car at a convenience store.
Pot-Users Want Judge To Declare Marijuana Safe Under U.S. LawFive plaintiffs, including a military veteran, have filed a lawsuit claiming the government's decision to classify marijuana as dangerous is irrational, unconstitutional and motivated by politics, not hard science.
1st Texas Child To Access Medical Marijuana Inspired By Rockwall GirlState Representative Stephanie Klick, from North Richland Hills, is widely credited with pushing through the current law, but she said she wasn’t always in favor of medical marijuana. 
Federal Pot Policy Change Sparks Confusion, Crackdown FearsThe Trump administration announced Thursday that it was ending an Obama-era policy to tread lightly on enforcing U.S. marijuana laws.
Sessions Rescinds Policy That Allowed Legal Marijuana To FlourishAttorney General Jeff Sessions has rescinded a policy that paved the way for legalized marijuana to flourish across the country, creating confusion about enforcement and use.
New Year Brings Broad Pot Legalization To CaliforniaSo-called recreational pot is now legal for adults 21 and older. Individuals can grow up to six plants and possess as much as an ounce.
California Issues 1st Licenses For Legal Pot MarketCalifornia's legal marijuana market is taking shape. The state has issued the first batch of business licenses to sell and transport recreational-use pot, just 18 days before legal sales will begin on January 1.