Montana Cannabis Industry Association
HELENA — Montana Supreme Court Justice Mike Wheat, who’s running for re-election, has signed or written scores of cases in his nearly five years on the court.
HELENA — Lori Burnam, a Hamilton woman with lung cancer who became the face of medical marijuana advocacy in Montana, has died at age 66.
HELENA — A Montana medical marijuana provider staring down an 80-year prison sentence has become something of a martyr among pot advocates, but he's not finding much support for his constitutional challenge of the federal raids that landed him in jail.
HELENA — A Helena judge's temporary block of key provisions of Montana's new medical marijuana law will continue for another month.
HELENA — The Montana Supreme Court has denied a request by medical marijuana advocates to revisit its ruling last month that there is no constitutional right to access the drug. The decision lifted a lower court judge's block of portions of a 2011 law that prohibited marijuana providers from…
A press conference to charge Attorney General Steve Bullock of botching medical marijuana ballot language quickly soured on pot opponents who found themselves accused of blowing smoke.
HELENA — Medical marijuana advocates said Wednesday it's now up to voters to repeal a state law aimed at stymieing the industry after the Montana Supreme Court ruled there is no constitutional right to access the drug.
Montana’s courts shouldn’t spend any more time on state medical marijuana laws, a Montana Supreme Court justice says — again.
HELENA — For the first time in more than a year, the number of registered medical marijuana cardholders in Montana increased last month, although slightly.
HELENA — It’s hard to keep track of what’s happening with the state and federal government’s efforts to regulate or control medical marijuana in the state.
HELENA — The Montana Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Wednesday on separate appeals filed by a medical marijuana industry group and the state of Montana.
HELENA - Advocates suing for the repeal of the restrictive medical marijuana law passed by Montana legislators last year say donations must pick up for it to continue with the lawsuit.
HELENA -- Jason Christ, the Missoula businessman who signed up thousands of Montanans for medical marijuana cards through "cannabis caravans," has filed a lawsuit challenging the 2011 state law that makes it harder to get medical pot.
With little fanfare or discussion Monday night, the Billings City Council unanimously approved a pair of ordinances dealing with medical marijuana.
HELENA — The secretary of state’s office said Monday that medical-marijuana advocates have collected enough signatures to let voters next year retain or reject the stricter law, passed earlier this year by the Legislature, regulating the industry.
HELENA -- The secretary of state says that medical marijuana advocates have collected enough signatures to let voters decide whether they like the Legislature's new crackdown on the industry.
HELENA — With signatures due at county courthouses Friday, it appears highly likely a proposed referendum on the more restrictive new state medical marijuana law will qualify for the November 2012 election, while one targeting a new eminent-domain law will fall far short.
HELENA — A gun group and medical marijuana advocates expressed outrage Tuesday over a new federal policy clarifying that it is illegal for medical marijuana cardholders to buy firearms and ammunition and for dealers to sell these products to them.
HELENA — The number of medical marijuana cardholders continues to drop under a stricter, new state law, but an industry official said many ex-patients are turning instead to the illegal black market, a legislative committee heard Monday.
HELENA - Lawmakers were told Monday that the number of medical marijuana users has continued to decline after the July implementation of a tougher new law, and that there are fewer providers after previous caregivers were stripped of their credentials.