HARRISBURG — Wilkes-Barre Fire Chief Jay Delaney told lawmakers Tuesday that widespread use of pyrotechnics made some parts of the state seem …
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A cotton field in Colquitt County is typical of the crop destruction wrought by Hurricane Michael. Pecans, cotton and vegetables suffered sign…
While the political landscape is ever-changing there appears to be new support for rescheduling recreational marijuana within the ranks on Capitol Hill for the federal government from a Schedule 1 drug to a Schedule 2 drug.
Legalization of medical-marijuana creates a gray area for the state's courts and employers — some of which are held to standards set by the federal government, which still considers the drug an illegal substance, experts say.
Representatives with the state’s largest agricultural groups say proposed changes to livestock siting rules would cause further harm to Wisconsin’s embattled farm industry.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Johnson & Johnson's appeal of the $572.1 million verdict for its role in Oklahoma's opioid crisis will assert the trial judge wrongly applied the state's public nuisance law.
NORMAN, OKLA. — A New Jersey-based pharmaceutical company caused an Oklahoma opioid crisis that led to thousands of deaths, and must pay $572.1 million to fix it, a Cleveland County, Oklahoma, district judge ruled Monday.