Colombia’s President Ivan Duque last week signed a decree lifting the export ban on dried cannabis flower from the South American country, Reuters reports.
Police at Albany International and other major New York airports are no longer making arrests, writing tickets, or conducting product seizures in the case of low-level cannabis possession by travelers, according to a Times Union report.
Researchers at the Pitt Graduate School of Public Health found that in the first half of 2017 California, Maine, Massachusetts, and Nevada all saw a 7.6% decline in opioid-related emergency room visits but that those rates returned to pre-legalization levels after the six months, according to a WESA outline of the study.
A New York senator recently filed a bill to create a provisional marijuana licensing category so that farmers could begin cultivating and selling cannabis ahead of the formal rollout of the adult-use program.
The job requires someone who can serve as general counsel to the Virginia Cannabis Control Authority.
A new study suggests that cannabis was first domesticated in East Asia during the Neolithic Era—from 3900-1700 BC—and was a “multipurpose crop” likely used for both industrial and medical purposes.
BioHarvest has announced a major breakthrough in the development of high-density cannabis trichomes they are calling Bio-Tricho-Bubbles. By the 1st half of 2022, they are promising “a form of cannabis that the world has never seen before.”
The rules on marijuana for international athletes “must change,” the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency said in a response letter to members of Congress on Friday following the suspension of runner Sha’Carri Richardson over a positive cannabis test.
Officials in Connecticut launched a new website to provide updated information on current cannabis laws and policies in Connecticut—especially adult-use policies.
The Rhode Island legislature on Thursday sent a bill to the governor’s desk that would establish a safe consumption site pilot program where people could test and use currently illicit drugs in a medically supervised environment.
North Carolina lawmakers could be backing medical cannabis soon, and it could herald the beginning of the end for prohibition in the state.