A Milwaukee man and woman are accused in an alleged counterfeit THC vape operation.
Authorities have made a fourth arrest in connection with a black-market business for THC-vape manufacturing in Wisconsin.
Kenosha County prosecutors say the mother of two brothers accused of making vaping cartridges containing THC oil was aware of the illegal activity and allowed some products to be manufactured at her real estate office.
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Three legislators have introduced a bill that would legalize medical marijuana in Wisconsin.
Sniff and search is no longer the default for police in some of the 33 states that have legalized marijuana.
A Wisconsin operation that manufactured thousands of vaping cartridges a day may have been packing them with far more THC oil than the packaging claimed, authorities said Wednesday.
Madison authorities on Wednesday raided a self-styled Rastafarian church that claimed marijuana was a sacrament it gave its members in exchange for donations, police said.
Elected as state representative for the 48th Assembly District, Rep. Melissa Sargent, D-Madison, has been "legislating through listening" to her 60,000 constituents since 2012. The stories and concerns she heard from voters in her district have launched Sargent on an unexpected journey, sending her on a mission that she never anticipated when she first ran for office.
Republicans plan to kill some of Democratic Gov. Tony Evers' signature proposals in the first vote taken this year by the state's budget-writing committee, proposals including accepting federal money to offer more Medicaid, legalizing medical marijuana and capping enrollment in private voucher schools.
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