Members of the New York City Cannabis Industry Association and Hudson Valley Cannabis Industry Association discussed New York's future for home-grow and fair housing at the Wake & Bake fundraiser on Staten Island.
The Supreme Court's powers of judicial review could allow the justices to legalize cannabis on a federal level - but how likely is the Roberts Court to do so?
On Thursday, the House Judiciary Committee voted to advance the MORE Act, critical legislation to repeal federal cannabis prohibition, for the second time. Will this finally help the bill succeed?
Ahead of International Food Waste Awareness Day, it's crucial that we remember those coping with food insecurity. Pastor Isaac Scott believes the stigmas surrounding poverty make the economic struggles with food even more untenable - but addressing these issues can shift the narrative.
Democratic Mayoral candidate Eric Adams has branded himself "The People's Candidate" and claimed support for sweeping police reforms. But would any of his plans really change the NYPD's racially-biased practices? Welcome, folks, to an idea of the Adams administration.
Since Summer 2021, New Jersey has expunged 362,000 criminal records relating to low-level cannabis cases. The state Judiciary indicates over 125,000 more at least are still to come.
The United States Department of Justice announced a new policy limiting the use of chokeholds and "no-knock" entries, among other forceful practices, for federal law enforcement.
Celebrities including NBA star Al Harrington, Grammy winner Drake, rapper Killer Mike, and more have co-written a letter to President Biden requesting a general pardon for all nonviolent cannabis offenders.
Since Texas's Senate Bill 8 went into effect, implementing the harshest abortion restrictions in recent history, public discourse comparing the state's government to Afghanistan's Taliban has erupted.
Cuban Americans of all political persuasions gathered in Washington, D.C. to protest, either for or against supporting Cuba amidst its current pandemic-induced crisis.
Wrongful convictions have cost innocent people over 25,265 years of their lives. Larry Smith, Jr. and Kevin Harrington reflect on suffering through their exoneration processes while prisoners' rights activist Shawanna Vaughn fights to keep Lawrence Rider-El from a similar fate.
In THE CITY's latest educational panel, experts discuss how New York City's government resources fail to support homeless youth and what a new administration can do to improve the situation.
Groups from across the country gathered in Washington D.C. for a first-of-its-kind "No Fear" rally to fight anti-Semitism. Despite efforts to present a united front, tensions between right and left-wing groups remain palpable.