Mid-Shore Pro Bono received funding from a Maryland Legal Services Corporation grant to provide legal services for cannabis-related criminal record expungement.
Some legal marijuana growers are pinning their hopes on the slim chance that the Biden administration clears the way for trade among states that have legalized it.
The smell of marijuana will no longer be enough to justify a police stop or search under a bill that Maryland lawmakers passed.
When cannabis becomes legal in Maryland on July 1, sales of the product will come with a 9% sales and use tax under a compromise that state lawmakers have reached.
Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service will receive a $542,775 grant to help expunge the criminal records of Marylanders charged with cannabis-related violations.
How to bank money from Maryland's marijuana industry is still a thorny question in light of federal banking regulations that treat cannabis dollars as illegal drug money.
Maryland senators prepared for a final vote in the coming days on a bill to regulate, license and tax businesses that sell recreational marijuana.
The House of Delegates passed legislation that would bar police from detaining individuals simply because they smelled of marijuana.
The House of Delegates gave preliminary approval to legislation that would bar police from detaining individuals simply because they smelled of marijuana.
The Maryland House has voted for a measure that would create a legal framework to enable recreational marijuana to be sold in stores as soon as July 1.
More than 80 scheduled speakers and dozens of others converged on the House Economic Matters Committee for a hearing on the omnibus bill to create a legal market for cannabis in Maryland.
While Maryland will soon allow marijuana, the drug is still illegal federally, which can lead to confusion by employees that are required to take drug tests.