Minnesota Adds Alzheimers As Qualifying Condition For Medical MarijuanaMinnesota lawmakers legalized medical marijuana in 2014. It's currently approved for such conditions as cancer, glaucoma, HIV/AIDS and intractable pain.
Are Hemp-Derived CBD Products Illegal In Minnesota?Stores get around selling CBD over the counter because it's extracted from hemp. But, legally, it's a gray area.
Girl Who Fought For Medical Marijuana Dies From Form Of EpilepsyAmelia Weaver, one of the first kids in Minnesota to use marijuana for medicine, has died.
Autism, Sleep Apnea Now Qualify For Medical PotMinnesota residents with autism or obstructive sleep apnea can now qualify for the state's medical marijuana program.
Group Petitions For Medical Pot Program To Include Opioid AddictionA medical marijuana advocate group is petitioning the state government to expand Minnesota’s medical pot program to include those who struggle with opioid addiction.
Michigan Says Autism And Arthritis Now Treatable By Medical MarijuanaMichigan has added several medical conditions to the state's list of ailments which qualify for a medical marijuana prescription.
Parents Fear Changes To State Law As US Weighs Medical PotSome American parents who for years have used cannabis to treat severe forms of epilepsy in their children are feeling more cautious than celebratory as U.S. regulators near a decision on whether to approve the first drug derived from the marijuana plant.
Top Executive Out At Leafline Labs After Financial LossesThe chief executive of one of Minnesota's two medical marijuana manufacturers has left the company after years of financial losses.
Head Of LeafLineLabs Out Amid Financial LossesLeafLine has struggled since medical marijuana sales began in 2015. The company lost $6.9 million in its first two financial years.
Medicial Marijuana Patients Say Their Pain Is ReducedMore than 350 patients involved in the study initially reported using opioid painkillers.
Some Trump Backers Fuming Over Administration's Anti-Marijuana MovesFans of President Donald Trump who use marijuana say Attorney General Jeff Sessions' move to tighten federal oversight of the drug is the first time they've felt let down by the man they helped elect.