$160 billion merger would create the world’s largest drugmaker with high-profile products.
The Pfizer flag flies in front of world headquarters, Monday, Nov. 23, 2015, in New York. Pfizer and Allergan will join in a $160 billion deal to create the world's largest drugmaker. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)
Failed Ohio pot legalization effort vows to regroup
Illinois' 1st week medical marijuana sales: $211K
1 in 7 medical marijuana patients aren't repeat customers
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohioans could buy marijuana, pot-infused candies and other related products from potentially 1,100-plus retail stores around the state if voters approve a legalization measure on Tuesday's ballots.
SANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico Health Secretary Retta Ward says New Mexico has seen a significant jump in the number of patients participating in the state's medical marijuana program over the past year.
FLAGSTAFF — Police at Northern Arizona University are investigating a student who they suspect of selling cocaine on campus.
COUNTRYSIDE, Ill. — An advisory board voted Wednesday to add chronic pain syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome, osteoarthritis and three other pain conditions to the list of illnesses that can be treated by marijuana in Illinois.
ROSWELL, N.M. — The New Mexico Department of Health has approved several applications to grow medical marijuana in the state, including a hotly debated proposed farm near Roswell.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Amid criticism of high prices for medical marijuana, one of Minnesota's manufacturers on Monday announced a discount for patients buying a month's supply of medicine.
ST. LOUIS — A federal appeals court ruled Thursday that President Barack Obama's health care law unjustly burdens religiously affiliated employers by forcing them to help provide insurance coverage for certain contraceptives, even though they can opt out of directly paying for it.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio would screen and test welfare applicants for drugs under a bill expected to be introduced in the legislature.
LANSING, Mich. — Michigan would become the first state to allow medical marijuana for children with severe autism if a senior official follows the recommendation made Friday by an advisory panel.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — One of Minnesota's medical marijuana manufacturers has raised its prices substantially after less than a month in business, adding to a cost that many patients are already struggling to cover.
GARDEN CITY, Kan. — An arrest affidavit for a west Kansas woman accused of endangering her 11-year-old son by keeping marijuana around the house says the boy was able to draw a picture of the vaporizer she used to turn pot into cannabis oil.
CHICAGO — People who lost their homes when a tornado roared through their central Illinois town last week received help from a new neighbor: the top executive of a medical marijuana-growing company.
CLEAR LAKE, Iowa — After 50 years of marriage, an Iowa woman found the perfect gift for her husband: one of her kidneys.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri is set to be the first state in the nation to spell out the type of eating disorder treatments that insurance companies must cover, a move advocates say will ensure families have access to care for not just the physical aspect but also the underlying mental issues.
CHICAGO — The state of Illinois is having trouble finding a bank or financial services company to process the large amounts of cash it anticipates receiving for taxes and fees from the new medical marijuana industry.