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Denver Weed Delivery Services Face Mile-High Challenges

When the city authorities in Denver, Colorado approved home delivery of cannabis products last April, a cannabis delivery service license was reserved for a three-year social equity business. Under this…

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Poll States 28% of Americans Have Tried At Least One Psychedelic Substance

Poll asked 1,000 adults answering questions online Between July 22nd and 25th, it was revealed that 28% of Americans used at least one of the seven psychedelic drugs included in…

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Switzerland Medical Cannabis Law Goes Live August 1

From August 1st, the Swiss Medical Cannabis Act will be officially enforced. The news is the result of an amendment to the Swiss Drug Law enacted by the Federal Parliament…

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First THC-Friendly Bar and Restaurant Opens in Tennessee

Tennessee’s first THC bar and restaurant opened today in the Germantown district of Nashville. According to the company, the THC in the product is derived from hemp, which restaurants have…

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Senate Committee Holds Hearing on Cannabis Decriminalization Bill

The Senate panel met on Tuesday to consider a bill to non-criminalize cannabis at the federal level. It’s been less than a week since the bill was introduced by Senate…

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Exclusive: Ice T and Charis B’s New Jersey Dispensary Gets Green-Lighted

Ice T and Playboy Playmate Charis BFounder of Woman of medicineWorked together to open a clinic in Jersey City, NJ, and by doing so cleared the first hurdle. On July…

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Griner Testifies That Russian-Provided Interpreter Gave Incomplete Translation

American basketball star Brittney Griner provided details of the first moments of her arrest and Russian detention on Wednesday, testifying that an interpreter provided by the authorities made her ignorant…

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Illinois Trumpets 50% Rise in Adult-Use Pot Sales, Tax Revenue

The Illinois Adult Cannabis Program is 50-50 years old. So that sales will increase by 50% and tax revenue will increase by 50%. Governor beat the numbers publication “The total…

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Singapore Executes Man for Cannabis Trafficking

Amnesty International begs to quit 5th execution in Singapore in less than 4 monthsA man whose name was not disclosed was executed hanging in Changi Prison Complex in eastern Singapore…

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Over 850 Doctors in Thailand Protest Pot Legalization

If Thailand’s transformation from one of the strictest drug laws to a country with legal cannabis seems too fast and too fast, you’re not alone. Doctors from all over Thailand…

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Illinois Issues 149 Cannabis Retailer Licenses

Illinois Governor JB Pritzker said on Friday that the Illinois Financial Experts and Regulatory Authority (IDFPR) had 149 conditions for adult cannabis retailers to be selected by three lottery applicants…

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A Brief History of Getting High

Today, people tend to associate cannabis plants with Mexico, for good reason. For decades, Narcos smuggled crops into the United States and Europe. Together with California, Mexico is known for…

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Senate Dems Ready To Introduce Cannabis Bill, Hearing Scheduled Next Week

As Congress is set to take a break for its traditional August recess, and as this year’s midterm elections approach, Senate Democrats are finally ready to submit a bill to…

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Cannabis Telemedicine Launches in Montana

Telemedicine is modern Solution Medical problems for rural people around the world, and now cannabis telemedicine also exists. Montana people now have access to a platform called NuggMD that effectively…

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NYC’s Overdose Prevention Centers Prove Effective

New research New York City’s historic safe consumption center, announced this month, has been found to help reduce overdose. The study, conducted by researchers at the NYC Ministry of Health…

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Bipartisan Senate Bill Would Give ‘Right to Try’ Protection to Psilocybin and MDMA

Senator Cory Booker of the Democratic Party of New Jersey and Senator Rand Paul of the Republican Party of Kentucky introduced bipartisan law on Wednesday, expanding their right to attempt…

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Recent Johns Hopkins Medicine Study Analyzes Mislabeled CBD Products

A A study published by Johns Hopkins Medicine On July 20, a large number of CBD product evaluations found that many products contained inaccurate amounts of THC. In this study,…

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Will Hemp Take Over the Plant-Based Food Market?

Meat consumption is increasing worldwide (starting with the United States). Of the approximately $ 1.5 trillion market in the world, the American market alone is worth approximately $ 270 billion…

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First State-Licensed Medical Dispensary Set to Open in South Dakota

More than a year has passed since the new South Dakota Medical Cannabis Act was officially enforced, but there are still no state-approved clinics to serve patients. It will change…

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House Passes Bill Permitting Weed Ads on TV and Radio

This week, the US House of Representatives passed a bill allowing cannabis advertising on television and radio stations. The law is included as part of the 2023 fiscal year financial…

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