Opinionby Wyoming is no longer facing a $1 billion budget deficit, creating the chance — but removing the political will — to break the boom-bust cycle.
Studies show that states with legal medical marijuana have lower rates of prescription opioid use. Wyoming needs some of that good medicine.
Medical marijuana isn't even on the table for lawmakers considering new pot laws, because there's no consensus on edible marijuana penalties.
Activists seeking to get a medical marijuana initiative on the ballot are seeking signatures across Wyoming.
As the rest of the country lightens up on marijuana, the Cowboy State sticks to its conservative guns.