There is SUPPOSEDLY a fully legal national hemp industry in the United States. But just try to grow and sell that crop.
Wisconsin's voters want medicinal cannabis legalized (over 80%). The governor supports this. Standing in the way are state Republicans.
Most cannabis impaired-driving laws in North America are based upon a laughable misunderstanding of simple science. They WILL get struck down.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is claiming that CBD poses significant risks to the human liver. Nonsense.
This is The Seed Investor's weekly wrap up of major news from the cannabis industry and our analysis of the important trends.
A top Mexican senator reaffirmed on Monday that his chamber considers marijuana reform a major priority in the coming legislative session.
Cross-border cannabis shopping is a growing trend in the U.S. The economic pressure mounts on non-legal states to legalize cannabis.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently announced a policy change that will expedite the marketing of marijuana testing devices if they’re used for certain purposes.
Illinois and Michigan are the two latest U.S. states to fully legalize cannabis. One of the two is (so far) doing a perfect job of it.
A measure to legalize medical marijuana in Mississippi has officially qualified for the November ballot.