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Study debunks claims against cannabis retail

 

Study debunks claims against cannabis retail -

A new study, 'Special Report: Debunking Dispensary Myths,' found that, "the published research finds that legal retailers are safe, responsible neighbors."

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Michigan: Cannabis Industry Association Capitol Protests

 

Lansing, MI – Today two sides of Michigan’s cannabis industry protested in front of the State Capitol Building in a debate over how the industry should move forward. The sides have been in court disputing whether the licensed dispensaries should be allowed to continue selling caregiver products as an interim solution until more growers and processors are operational.

While the Michigan Cannabis Industry Association is not taking sides in the debate, MICIA spokesperson Josh Hovey issued the following statement:

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The First Obituary of Steven Hager

 

By Paul Krassner

It’s a sad irony. When Steven Hager was the editor of High Times magazine, he was contacted by the Waldos -- a group of high school students who coined 4:20 as the time to toke at the intermission between their classes each day. He became the first journalist to interview them. However, he chose to commit suicide today, on Mount Tam, at 4:20 a.m. on the 20th of April, sort of like a contemporary marijuana boomerang.

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Washington: Adult Cannabis Cultivation Bill, HB 2559, Seeking Public Comment

 

HB 2559 would allow non-medical home cultivation of marijuana in Washington state

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

On Monday, January 15, the Washington state legislature will discuss the adult home grow bill, HB 2559, in the Commerce and Gaming Committee. The hearing, which is scheduled to be in House Hearing Rm C at 1:30pm in the John L. O'Brien Building in Olympia, WA, is sure to bring cannabis advocates from across the state to the Capitol.

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U.S.: Former US Deputy Attorney General Cole’s reaction to Sessions’ Rescission

 

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

Former US Deputy Attorney General and author of the Cole Memos, James Cole was recently a guest on Cannabis Economy Podcast with Seth Adler. In the conversation, Cole shared what the rescission of the Cole Memos and the Ogden Memo means for legal cannabis and the questions that the action raises.

“The FinCen memo may kind of die of its own weight because it is based on compliance with the Cole Memo. So there's a question about whether the FinCen memo, which has not been withdrawn still exists,” said Cole. The third Cole Memo was released in concert with the FinCen memo, which outlines guidance on banking expectations for state legal cannabis.

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New York: Longtime High Times Editor Sues Magazine Over Ouster

 

There Is a Truth That Must Be Heard MANHATTAN – The former editor of High Times magazine claims in court that he was defrauded of his shares in the counter-culture monthly.

Represented by the Clancy Law Firm, Steven Hager brought his Jan. 9 suit in Manhattan Supreme Court some six months after Adam Levin’s Oreva Group bought a majority stake in the once family-owned magazine for $42 million.

Hager notes that he had been editor of High Times since 1998 but that his relationship with the magazine soured in 2013. As explained in a recent blog post, Hager at the time was nursing plans to enter the Sundance Film Festival.

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Vermont: Senate Passes Recreational Cannabis Bill, Governor Expected to Sign

 

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

MONTPELIER — Today, Vermont's state Senate passed a bill which would legalize social cannabis use for adults over the age of 21.

Under the Vermont legislation, an earlier version of which passed the Senate last summer, commercial sales of cannabis would not be allowed. But if the proposal is enacted, as is expected, the state would become the first to legalize marijuana by an act of lawmakers.

Gov. Phil Scott (R), who is expected to sign the bill, vetoed a social cannabis bill last May, stating he wasn't opposed to social cannabis but wanted to form a committee to study the issue's implementation in Vermont.

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Global: Oregonian Being Held In El Salvador for 36 Grams of Cannabis

 

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

Clay Pierce, an Oregon medical marijuana cardholder, is imprisoned in the notorious Mariona prison in El Salvador for 36 grams of cannabis. This story is an important notice to all Oregonians: just because you are traveling from one legal cannabis location to another, we must be aware of the laws in our connecting flight locations.

In October, Mr. Pierce sold everything he had in Oregon and was moving to Colombia when his flight to Colombia had a brief scheduled stop in San Salvador, the capitol of El Salvador.

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U.S.: Attorney General Sessions to Rescind Memo on State Cannabis Laws

 

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

Earlier this morning, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions moved to rescind Obama-era guidance, aka the Cole Memo, which has generally allowed states to implement their own cannabis laws without federal interference.

The Obama Justice Department deputy attorney general, who authored it in 2013, set out certain criteria that would allow states to implement their own laws mostly without intervention, if followed. The focus of the memo was interstate trafficking and abuse.

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Wisconsin: Medical Cannabis Advocate, Jacki Rickert, Passes Away

 

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

Wisconsin medical marijuana patient and activist, Jacki Rickert, passed away on December 26 at the age of 66. Rickert, who suffered from Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, a connective-tissue disorder in which her joints become dislocated easily, was a determined Midwest activist who fought for her right to treat her condition with cannabis.

Rickert was an active swimmer, gymnast and horseback rider before being diagnosed with the syndrome at the age of 21, and discovered that cannabis could help her control the dislocations and keep her other medications down.

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South Carolina: Twenty Farmers Selected for Industrial Hemp Pilot Program

 

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

In South Carolina, twenty farmers from fifteen counties will participate in South Carolina Department of Agriculture’s (SCDA) 2018 Industrial Hemp Pilot Program. Throughout the state, 131 applications were submitted for the pilot program. Participants were selected based on agriculture experience, geographic balance across South Carolina, accredited college/university partner, purpose of the crop, processor experience and the ability to secure needed equipment and financing.

Farmers in the pilot program will be working with the University of South Carolina, Medical University of South Carolina, South Carolina State University, Clemson University and USC Beaufort.

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Michigan: Marijuana Legalization Campaign Submits 360,000 Signatures to Place Issue on 2018 Ballot

 

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

LANSING, MI — The Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol turned in more than 360,000 signatures earlier this month calling for its marijuana legalization initiative to be placed on Michigan’s November 2018 ballot. The state Board of Canvassers approved ballot language on May 18 of this year. Shortly afterward, the campaign began its 180-day statewide signature collection effort using both volunteer and paid signature collectors.

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Connecticut: Hartford City Council Unanimously Endorses Marijuana Legalization

 

Resolution urges support for legislation that would regulate and tax marijuana for adults in Connecticut

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

HARTFORD, Conn. — At a meeting Monday evening, the Hartford Court of Common Council voted unanimously in favor of a resolution in support of making cannabis legal and regulated for adults in Connecticut.

The resolution specifically recommends that the Hartford Delegation of elected representatives support the passage of state legislation to legalize and tax cannabis in 2018 and insist on measures to ensure racial equity in ownership and employment in the resulting cannabis industry. It also directs the city to conduct an economic impact study for a potential cannabis industry in Hartford and hold public forums to hear from residents.

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U.S.: Is hemp the next big cash crop?

 

There Is a Truth That Must Be Heard ITHACA, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Some New York farmers believe they’ve found the state’s next big cash crop: hemp.

A Florida woman posted a video using Facebook Live where she exclaimed at how excited she was to find hemp at a Whole Foods Market. But the product was from Upstate New York.

The hemp was from JD Farms in Eaton, N.Y. It’s the state’s first legal hemp farm in decades.

“We had the idea of hemp as an organic cover crop, initially,” Daniel Dolgin said.

Dolgin left the White House for the farm house. After working in counterterrorism for many years, he now co-owns JD Farms with his business partner Mark Justh.

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U.S.: Delaware on track to legalize recreational marijuana next year

 

There Is a Truth That Must Be Heard Delaware could very well live up to its nickname and become the first state to legalize marijuana through legislation, as the Adult Use Cannabis Task Force continues the effort to study the possibility.

The task force, comprised of several state agencies, was formed earlier this year through a concurrent resolution passed by the General Assembly to study the outcome of regulating and taxing marijuana for recreational use in Delaware for adults 21 and older.

The task force, co-chaired by State Senator Margaret Rose-Henry and State Representative Helene Keeley, has met once a month since its inception to discuss and study the possibility of legalizing marijuana recreationally.

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U.S.: DEA Wants Feds To Grow Almost 1,000 Pounds Of Marijuana Next Year

 

There Is a Truth That Must Be Heard 443,680 grams.

That's how much marijuana the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) wants federally-licensed researchers to grow for use in scientific studies in 2018.

That amounts to a little more than 978 pounds of government-cultivated cannabis.

While that may sound like a lot, it's actually a slight decrease from this year's level.

The 2018 aggregate production quotas that DEA laid out in a Federal Register filing slated for publication on Wednesday are amounts the agency thinks will "provide for the estimated medical, scientific, research [and] industrial needs of the United States, lawful export requirements, and the establishment and maintenance of reserve stocks."

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Illinois: Cannabis Regulation and Taxation Act (Economic Development)

 

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

Chicago, IL - State lawmakers continued their in-depth look at cannabis policy reform earlier this week as they heard testimony on the economic boost Illinois could expect following the end of cannabis prohibition. Travel icon Rick Steves, Colorado State Rep. Dan Pabon, economist Adam Orens, and several Illinois business owners discussed the benefits and challenges Illinois could expect upon adopting a better law.

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Maine: Prohibitionist Governor Vetoes Cannabis Regulation and Implementation Bill

 

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

Last Friday, Gov. Paul LePage followed through on threats to veto legislation that would have started the process of implementing a regulated cannabis market that Maine voters called for when they approved Question 1 in 2016.

The progressive bill, LD 1650, which was supported overwhelmingly in the House and Senate, would have created rules for cultivation, processing, and retail establishments, as well as set tax rates for adult-use and delay cannabis social consumption lounges until summer 2019.

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U.S.: Record-High Support for Legalizing Cannabis Use, Gallup Poll Finds

 

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

Americans are warming up to legalizing cannabis, with 64% now saying its use should be made legal. This is the highest level of public support a Gallup poll has found for the proposal in nearly a half-century of measurement.

The latest figure, based on an Oct. 5-11 Gallup poll, follows shifts in the U.S. legal landscape regarding marijuana since Gallup's 2016 measure. While still illegal at the federal level, the issue was featured on a number of state ballot initiatives in 2016, and with eight states and the District of Columbia having fully legalized marijuana, more than one in five Americans live in a state where they can legally enjoy use of the drug.

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Illinois: High School Newspaper Confiscated For Cannabis Content

 

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

Last month, prohibitionist administrators at Evanston Township High School confiscated an issue of the student newspaper, declaring it glorified drug use, drug dealing and promoted illegal conduct. Last week, at the meeting of the District 202 school board, the student journalists and first amendment legal advocates argued that the school may have violated state law by failing to show justification before confiscating the paper, which included coverage on cannabis use and policy.

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U.S.: Northern Michigan University Offering Cannabis Degree

 

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

Northern Michigan University in Marquette is offering a cannabis degree. The four-year medicinal plant chemistry degree geared toward the emerging cannabis industry includes classes such as organic chemistry, biochemistry, soils, bio-statistics, genetics, biology, gas and liquid chromatography, accounting, financial management and perspectives on society.

Other colleges and universities in the U.S., namely Harvard, Ohio State University, Vanderbilt University and University of Denver, offer a variety of classes on cannabis policy and law.

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Georgia: Atlanta Decriminalizes Marijuana

 

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

Last week, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed announced that he signed the historic city council ordinance decriminalizing marijuana.

“I am pleased to sign this ordinance, which eliminates jail time as a penalty for a conviction for possession of less than an ounce, into law,” Reed said. “People of color, young and low-income people are disproportionately jailed – with sentences up to six months – for possessing small amounts of marijuana. An average of 1,000 people are arrested each year in Atlanta for possession only. We needed to change that. I believe our public safety resources are better directed to stopping and preventing violent crime.”

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U.S.: Support The Marijuana Justice Act of 2017

 

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

This legislative session, Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) introduced comprehensive cannabis reform legislation, the Marijuana Justice Act of 2017. If passed, the bill would remove cannabis from the Controlled Substances Act.

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Canada: Quebec Sets Minimum Age for Cannabis Consumption at 18

 

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

Last Thursday, Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard made the call that the minimum age for the consumption of legal cannabis in Quebec will be 18.

After several caucus meetings, where everyone was allowed to express their views on the hot issue, Couillard made a ultimate decision, opting for 18 instead of 21 as some requested, government sources confirmed on Friday.

The opposition Coalition, led by Avenir Québec, had also been calling for age 21 because they believed smoking cannabis at such a young age can have negative effects on the brain. Health Minister Dr. Gaétan Barrette was pushing for age 21, but voted for 18, after reconsidering.

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Georgia: Atlanta City Council Votes To Decriminalize Cannabis

 

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

On Monday, the Atlanta City Council voted to decriminalize cannabis in an unanimous decision. After the historic 15-0 vote from the City Council, the proposed ordinance was sent to Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed to either sign or veto the legislation. If the mayor signs it, which he said he intends to, the ordinance will become city law.

After the vote, Mayor Reed indicated that he was interested in signing the legislation. In a tweet, the mayor thanked council members for their "leadership on marijuana reform."

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Lesotho: Kingdom Becomes First African Country to Legalize Cannabis

 

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

Lesotho, a country of two-million people surrounded by South Africa, is perfectly situated to produce large volumes of high quality, low cost cannabis due to its expertise in high altitude cultivation.

For many years, Lesotho’s farmers have been growing cannabis for consumption at home and exporting their harvest across the border in South Africa. Similarly, in Swaziland, growing cannabis and exporting the herb to South Africa has provided for many families, despite the plant being outlawed.

Cannabis is not yet fully legal in South Africa, so citizens cannot legally cultivate, sell or smoke, and how the court ruling applies is still somewhat obscure, but it seems, globally, cannabis culture is becoming more tolerated.

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U.S.: FBI Reports 653,249 Arrests for Cannabis in 2016

 

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

An estimated 653,249 arrests were made nationwide for cannabis in 2016, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s annual Crime In the United States (CIUS) report. The staggering data equates to one person being arrested for cannabis approximately every 48 seconds on average in the United States.

In the U.S. today, arresting and citing over half a million people a year for a substance that is objectively safer than alcohol is a travesty that needs to end.

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Washington: Cannabis Freedom Fighter, Rainbow Valley Founder, Gideon Israel Passes Away

 

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

Gideon Israel, 68, cannabis activist and winner of the High Times Freedom Fighter of the Year award in 1999, died on September 8 in Olympia, Washington. Born Jeff McMonagle, Israel grew up in Lacey, Washington and attended North Thurston High School, legally changing his name after joining the Love Family.

Israel often held public, utopian gatherings at his 42-acre property, Rainbow Valley, in south Thurston County, Washington, until the authorities shut him down and seized the property. Israel was a polarizing figure in Thurston County for decades because he clashed with local authorities over the festivals he hosted at Rainbow Valley, according to the Olympian.

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Colorado: Cultivating Agricultural Hemp on the Western Slope

 

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

Grand Junction, CO - Industrial hemp has only been in the Grand Valley for a few years, but continuous growth in the industry has farmers looking to cultivate a multimillion-dollar industry.

"It's life-changing. Every single day, we're finding more and more uses for it. Hemp was so widely used back in the day, just the amount of paper we can save converting, it's really awesome," said Tanner Willis, Owner of Colorado Hemp Solutions.

This month, at the Industrial Hemp Regional Resource Development Round-table in Montrose, leaders from government and economic agencies from around the Western Slope gathered together to discuss using hemp as an economic development tool.

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Virginia: Researchers Seek to Expand Hemp Industry, Farmers Seek New Cash Crop

 

Virginia Tech researchers hoping to expand hemp industry, farmers hope hemp will become new cash crop

By Michael Bachara
Hemp News

Every year, the U.S. imports hundreds of millions of dollars in industrial hemp. However, industrial hemp cannot legally be grown in the U.S. because of an unscrupulous outdated law.

Hemp proponents looking to change the law say thousands of jobs would open up and hundreds of millions of dollars could be generated.

"We're talking tens of thousands of jobs," says Kimley Banks, Agriculture Marketing Director for Halifax County.

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It’s time for D.C. to fully legalize marijuana - The Washington Post

 

It’s time for D.C. to fully legalize marijuana  The Washington Post

The D.C. Council is considering a bill to fully legalize marijuana and regulate the retail marijuana market. The council decriminalized minor marijuana ...

Controversial Portland marijuana firm hires president with his own baggage - OregonLive

 

Controversial Portland marijuana firm hires president with his own baggage  OregonLive

At a company still trying to establish itself, in an industry beset by regulatory uncertainty, Select leaders are deepening their ties to ViSalus – a company with a ...

Medical marijuana seminar details how to operate under new state law - Columbia Missourian

 

Medical marijuana seminar details how to operate under new state law  Columbia Missourian

More than 150 people gathered at the Tiger Hotel on Saturday for the Missouri Cannabis Industry Association's seminar on the state's new medical marijuana ...

MEDICAL MARIJUANA | What medical marijuana is and how it can be used - TribDem.com

 

MEDICAL MARIJUANA | What medical marijuana is and how it can be used  TribDem.com

Medical marijuana doesn't cause users to get high, except when it does.

Taking a look at the impact of higher potency recreational marijuana - 9News.com KUSA

 

Taking a look at the impact of higher potency recreational marijuana  9News.com KUSA

When it comes to debating health effects of recreational marijuana, different sides use science to their advantage. Even the sides that don't.

California's cannabis black market has eclipsed its legal one - NBC News

 

California's cannabis black market has eclipsed its legal one  NBC News

California is still swimming in illegal marijuana as the black market, by one recent measure, is three times the size of the legal one.

5 of 13 marijuana bills passed in New Hampshire - Concord Monitor

 

5 of 13 marijuana bills passed in New Hampshire  Concord Monitor

State lawmakers considered more than a dozen bills related to marijuana this year, but fewer than half of them became law.A push to have the state join others ...

MEDICAL MARIJUANA | Effects of legal medical marijuana widespread - Centerville Daily Iowegian

 

MEDICAL MARIJUANA | Effects of legal medical marijuana widespread  Centerville Daily Iowegian

Pennsylvania's legalization of medical marijuana three years ago has impacted people across the state, even those who aren't seeking cannabis' therapeutic ...

More people use marijuana to treat illness than to get high, study says - PhillyVoice.com

 

More people use marijuana to treat illness than to get high, study says  PhillyVoice.com

Nearly twice as many people in the United States use marijuana to treat illnesses as those who use marijuana to get high, according to a new study.

Bill introduced to legalize medical marijuana in Wisconsin - WISN Milwaukee

 

Bill introduced to legalize medical marijuana in Wisconsin  WISN Milwaukee

A group of lawmakers launched another push Friday to legalize medical marijuana in Wisconsin, introducing a bill that would allow patients to use the drug if ...

Israeli Hydroponic Company Claims Machine Grows Marijuana For You | Westword - Westword

 

Israeli Hydroponic Company Claims Machine Grows Marijuana For You | Westword  Westword

For marijuana home-growers constantly on the go with travel and work, an Israeli hydroponic company says it has a machine that handles all the hard work for ...

State Marijuana Legalization Aids Research Very Little - The Scientist

 

State Marijuana Legalization Aids Research Very Little  The Scientist

Recent federal announcements serve as reminders that in the US policy continues to outpace science when it comes to cannabis.

Psychedelics and Seniors: Can Drugs Such As Marijuana And Psilocybin Improve Their Quality Of Life? - Forbes

 

Psychedelics and Seniors: Can Drugs Such As Marijuana And Psilocybin Improve Their Quality Of Life?  Forbes

Is marijuana good for seniors? We don't know, and that's a problem.

Sheriff: Driver with no license plates had cocaine, marijuana - The Mercury News

 

Sheriff: Driver with no license plates had cocaine, marijuana  The Mercury News

SAN JOSE — A traffic stop for a car without license plates turned up two-dozen bags of suspected illegal marijuana Friday, authorities said. The Santa Clara ...

Marijuana Cases Difficult to Prosecute In Indiana From Here On Out - Forbes

 

Marijuana Cases Difficult to Prosecute In Indiana From Here On Out  Forbes

Smokable hemp products are going to make it difficult for prohibition states like Indiana to prosecute misdemeanor marijuana offenses. Find out how.

UA cannabis symposium to highlight medical marijuana research - Arizona Daily Star

 

UA cannabis symposium to highlight medical marijuana research  Arizona Daily Star

A University of Arizona emeritus professor is bringing attention to medical marijuana research and teaching by hosting a free community symposium that will ...

It's high time someone studied marijuana taxes – so we did - Chicago Reporter

 

It's high time someone studied marijuana taxes – so we did  Chicago Reporter

Consumers don't seem to mind paying sales taxes on things like food and clothing. Marijuana may be a different story. As marijuana taxes are imposed in more ...

'Immaculate Conception' needed to kickstart medical marijuana industry in Missouri - KSHB

 

'Immaculate Conception' needed to kickstart medical marijuana industry in Missouri  KSHB

Transporting medical marijuana seeds into Missouri is illegal, but the first licensed growers have to start somewhere. The unofficial 'Immaculate Conception' ...

Former FDA commissioner says feds need to regulate marijuana - POLITICO

 

Former FDA commissioner says feds need to regulate marijuana  POLITICO

It's time for the federal government to regulate marijuana sensibly so it can assess the medical value of a plant whose use has skyrocketed as states legalize or ...

'This Ain't Your Mother's Marijuana.' Federal Health Officials Issue National Warning on Pot - TIME

 

'This Ain't Your Mother's Marijuana.' Federal Health Officials Issue National Warning on Pot  TIME

(WASHINGTON) — Federal health officials issued a national warning Thursday against marijuana use by adolescents and pregnant women, as more states ...

Beto O'Rourke Proposes Drug War Reparations Funded By Marijuana Taxes - Forbes

 

Beto O'Rourke Proposes Drug War Reparations Funded By Marijuana Taxes  Forbes

Marijuana would not only be legalized under a plan proposed on Thursday by Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke, but cannabis tax revenue ...

D.C. approves law to allow licensed students to consume medical marijuana at school - Washington Post

 

D.C. approves law to allow licensed students to consume medical marijuana at school  Washington Post

D.C. lawmakers made it clear: Students are permitted to consume medical marijuana on school grounds. The D.C. Council passed emergency legislation ...

Marijuana Stocks Eye South America As Future Of Cannabis Production - Investor's Business Daily

 

Marijuana Stocks Eye South America As Future Of Cannabis Production  Investor's Business Daily

Marijuana stocks are already putting down roots in South America, as marijuana companies eye profits from the region's low-cost production.

AAFP Releases Marijuana, Cannabinoids Position Paper - AAFP News

 

AAFP Releases Marijuana, Cannabinoids Position Paper  AAFP News

The AAFP's new marijuana and cannabinoids position paper describes marijuana and related substance misuse as "complex issues impacting family medicine, ...

Former Federal Prosecutor's Marijuana Legalization Measure Advances In South Dakota - Marijuana Moment

 

Former Federal Prosecutor's Marijuana Legalization Measure Advances In South Dakota  Marijuana Moment

A measure to legalize marijuana in South Dakota—introduced by a former federal prosecutor and backed by a leading national cannabis advocacy group—was ...

South Dakota marijuana backers push 2 ballot measures - Brookings Register

 

South Dakota marijuana backers push 2 ballot measures  Brookings Register

Supporters of legalizing marijuana in South Dakota have been thwarted at nearly every turn, including an effort to become the 48th state to approve industrial ...

MEDICAL MARIJUANA | From growers to patients: Taking a closer look at new $350M industry - Sunbury Daily Item

 

MEDICAL MARIJUANA | From growers to patients: Taking a closer look at new $350M industry  Sunbury Daily Item

Medical marijuana, though still in its infancy in Pennsylvania, has become a $350 million industry since the first dispensary opened in February 2018.

West Wendover moves forward with marijuana facilities, including a recreational dispensary opening later this year - KSTU FOX 13 Salt Lake City

 

West Wendover moves forward with marijuana facilities, including a recreational dispensary opening later this year  KSTU FOX 13 Salt Lake City

WEST WENDOVER, Nevada -- The city council has approved licenses for a pair of cannabis grow sites, in anticipation recreational marijuana sales potentially ...

Medical marijuana expansion, new hemp laws and legalization talk: A look at the panels at this N.J. cannabis industry event. - NJ.com

 

Medical marijuana expansion, new hemp laws and legalization talk: A look at the panels at this N.J. cannabis industry event.  NJ.com

NJ Cannabis Insider's Oct. 2 event will feature panels focused on business, medicine, science, politics and more.

Missouri soon will be a recreational marijuana state - STLtoday.com

 

Missouri soon will be a recreational marijuana state  STLtoday.com

I recently attended a conference in which implementation of the new Missouri medical marijuana law was discussed. The requirement for what justifies medical ...

Why the most pro-marijuana Congress ever won’t deal with weed - POLITICO

 

Why the most pro-marijuana Congress ever won’t deal with weed  POLITICO

Two-thirds of Americans support legalization, but legislation seems to be going nowhere fast on Capitol Hill.

Colorado marijuana companies are subject to federal labor laws despite being illegal, court rules - The Denver Post

 

Colorado marijuana companies are subject to federal labor laws despite being illegal, court rules  The Denver Post

A company that provides security services to Colorado marijuana businesses is being sued by a former employee over overtime pay. The company's argument it ...

Stanton hears from Chesaning admin on medical marijuana - Greenville Daily News

 

Stanton hears from Chesaning admin on medical marijuana  Greenville Daily News

STANTON — As Stanton officials continue to discuss whether to opt in to medical marijuana, the majority of them seem to be leaning in favor of the idea.

What to Do if Your Dog Eats Weed Edibles - Westword

 

What to Do if Your Dog Eats Weed Edibles  Westword

What causes dogs to become so sick from eating marijuana edibles? To make sure your pets are safe from any dangers of marijuana consumption, we asked ...

DEA Wants 3.2 Million Grams Of Marijuana Legally Grown In 2020 - Forbes

 

DEA Wants 3.2 Million Grams Of Marijuana Legally Grown In 2020  Forbes

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) wants 3,200,000 grams of marijuana to be legally grown in the U.S. next year, the agency announced in a notice set ...

Marijuana Legalization: O'Rourke Blazes His 2020 Campaign - Market Realist

 

Marijuana Legalization: O'Rourke Blazes His 2020 Campaign  Market Realist

Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke is known for voicing his opinion on federal marijuana legalization. He supports marijuana legalization.

Special Report: The Evolving State of Medical Marijuana - Sunbury Daily Item

 

Special Report: The Evolving State of Medical Marijuana  Sunbury Daily Item

Medical marijuana, though still in its infancy in Pennsylvania, has become a $350 million industry since the first dispensary opened in February 2018.

Marijuana magazines having mixed results - New York Post

 

Marijuana magazines having mixed results  New York Post

There has been no pot of gold for consumer publications in the cannabis market. High Times and Canadian-based Civilized are scrambling to pivot into other ...

Marijuana banking bill might have easier time passing Senate with these new hemp rules - McClatchy Washington Bureau

 

Marijuana banking bill might have easier time passing Senate with these new hemp rules  McClatchy Washington Bureau

Measures making it easier for hemp growers to do business may be included in a bill to allow banks to conduct business with state-approved marijuana growers ...

Secret recording emerges in lawsuit over Warren's marijuana licensing process - WDIV ClickOnDetroit

 

Secret recording emerges in lawsuit over Warren's marijuana licensing process  WDIV ClickOnDetroit

A secret recording was played in a Macomb County courtroom Friday in connection with the ongoing drama surrounding licensing marijuana facilities in Warren.

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