U.S. Capital has seen an influx of fatal shootings during the past several weeks
Should Americans on federal financial assistance be able to purchase medical marijuana using those federal funds? Two Republican lawmakers this week issued a definitive “no” in the form of proposed legislation.
New report from Headset says country will near Canada’s annual growth rate for the plant
Those differing state regulations have long caused cannabis companies massive headaches even as they wrestled with the illegality of interstate commerce
Answer is to close loopholes that give legal access to people under 21, activists say
The Cultiva Wellness Pantry lets people order from their phone and accepts cryptocurrency in addition to credit
The Hemp Industries Association announced its support of the controversial psychedelic compound as CBD companies continue squabble with state and federal authorities
So, is cannabis coming soon to a supermarket, gas station or newsstand near you?
Recently passed law in Texas puts state in position to lead country, organizers say
Med Chef, located in the heart of the city’s popular nightlife area, features Hong Kong’s first full menu of CBD cocktails and food
The West’s annual wildfire season has returned, fanned, scientists say, by severe drought wrought by climate change
New Hemp-based oil is certified by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and completely THC-free
In Washington State, MJ Business Daily reported Wednesday, marijuana growers are looking askance at hemp-derived CBD’s conversion into delta-8 THC and even delta-9 marijuana. The reason: Companies can more cheaply convert CBD extract into both delta THC-end products rather than grow marijuana as a crop
Report from Nasdaq-listed tech firm Akerna says holiday was third largest for marijuana consumption so far in 2021
The MORE Act has been reintroduced in the U.S. House to, effectively, legalize marijuana and enact social and justice reforms. But just as happened last year, the measure faces an uphill bill in the Senate.
Miami-based Grow.House gaining popularity as a platform for educating cultivators
Although eight million Americans are out of work, employers are still begging for bodies. A National Federation of Independent Business survey showed that 42 percent of small businesses had jobs they couldn’t fill.
State Assembly approves landmark bill, Senate and governor will have final say this week
Vape shipping and the PACT Act (Preventing Online Sales of E-Cigarettes to Children Act): What We Know So Far
Democrats and Republicans rarely agree on anything anymore, but last week they found common ground on something the cannabis industry has been calling for at least three years: a legal pathway to give cannabidiol (CBD) food and supplements equal billing before the FDA.