The Reverse Mass Incarceration Act aims to decrease prison populations without raising crime rates. But it's got a roadblock: the Attorney General
By cutting Medicaid, the new health care bill will exacerbate the crisis – and Republican plans to add more aid won't do nearly enough
Now that the bill's been unveiled, some GOP senators are bemoaning the process while others say it doesn't go far enough
A group of ideologically diverse senators introduced legislation to oppose Jeff Sessions' renewed war on pot – but that's just the beginning
"Marijuana laws in America are broken," said Sen. Cory Booker, reintroducing a bill that would let some state weed laws supersede federal prohibition
"Sunlight is the best disinfectant, and unfortunately [Trump] is slowly but surely shutting out the sunlight," says one Congressman
"I would think that this would change the conversation," Democratic Rep. Carolyn Maloney says of Wednesday's shooting
Where else but the nation's capital can you get sloshed watching a 10 a.m. congressional hearing?
Presidential budget released this week proposes slashing Medicaid by as much as $1.4 trillion
Cannabis business owners from across the country have come to Washington, D.C., to demand fair treatment – and both sides of the aisle are listening
AG's unilateral move to push for tougher penalties for drug crimes drew ire from some of his former GOP colleagues
A leaked memo shows the Office of National Drug Control Policy budget being slashed by 95 percent
At least for now, the DOJ is likely to be barred from going after pot growers, sellers and users in states where medical weed's legal
American Healthcare Act has gotten a second life, and Trump is eager to see it passed by his 100th day in office
Marijuana is recreationally legal in eight states, from Oregon to Massachusetts – but what does that mean for visitors who want to partake?