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Applications for Recreational Cannabis Licenses Open in Detroit

Two lawsuits filed in Michigan earlier this year challenged Detroit’s Recreational Cannabis Act. However, the lawsuit has now been ruled, allowing the city to proceed with its recreational cannabis license…

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Rainbow Fentanyl Scourge is Targeting ‘Kids and Young Adults,’ DEA Warns

Brightly colored fentanyl compressed into pills or chalks, called rainbow fentanyl, is found in 18 states. press release The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) warns that drug dealers are prematurely hooking…

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Legal Weed Likely To Cost Drug Companies Billions

Legalizing cannabis will cost traditional drug companies billions of dollars, reducing drug sales and stock market value, according to a new study by researchers at the California State Institute of…

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Afroman’s Ohio Residence Raided by Local Law Enforcement

Afroman recently revealed that his home in Ohio was raided by the Adams County Sheriff’s Office on August 21st. He was in Chicago at the time of the raid, and…

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NBA’s Montrezl Harrell Has Felony Weed Charge Reduced to Misdemeanor

Former Charlotte Hornets forward Montrez Harrell acquitted of felony charges in a case stemming from a traffic stop in Kentucky and pleaded guilty Wednesday to a single count of misdemeanor…

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Harvard Grad Student Dies in Bali From Police Brutality Over Cannabis Arrest

Rodrigo Ventocilla Ventosilla, 32, a Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) graduate student from Peru, died on August 11 while in police custody at a hospital in Denpasar, Indonesia. Died. Transgender Ventosila…

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Oklahoma Supreme Court To Consider Whether Legalization Initiative Will Qualify For Ballot

On Tuesday, the Oklahoma Supreme Court agreed to settle a dispute over a recreational cannabis initiative that could be reflected in state votes this year, telling activists that the proposal…

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Olympian Joseph Schooling Apologizes for Smoking Weed Amid Backlash

Olympic gold medalist and competitive swimmer Joseph Schooling, 27, has apologized after facing backlash from his native Singapore for smoking marijuana while in Vietnam.Singapore’s drug laws the toughest in the…

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California Lawmakers Pass Bill Protecting Workers’ Off-Duty Cannabis Use

On Tuesday, California lawmakers finally approved a bill to protect employees who use marijuana outside of work. If approved by the governor, California would become her seventh state in the…

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Survey Says Americans Are Choosing Pot Over Cigarettes

More Americans smoke marijuana than cigarettes. According to new research, This marks a revolutionary shift in consumer habits in the United States. data, It was compiled as part of Gallup’s…

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California Department of Cannabis Announces Seizure of $1 Billion in Illegal Pot This Past Year

DCC Announced on August 25 The official seizure of more than $1 billion worth of illegal cannabis. The department believes this milestone is the result of recent raids conducted in…

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Canada Border Agency Seizes Almost 2,000 Pounds of Illegal Cannabis Export

According to a press release from Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) announced on August 24 that it had seized 592 kilograms (about 1,305 pounds) of cannabis in the most recent…

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Florida Gov. DeSantis to Pot Licensees: ‘Charge These People More’

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis told reporters on Aug. 23 that medical marijuana license holders in the state will have to pay more to apply and renew their licenses. But businesses…

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Biotech Firm Launches Trial To Study LSD As Treatment For Anxiety

The New York-based biotech company has begun a clinical trial studying LSD as a treatment for anxiety, and announced last week that it was giving hallucinogenic drugs to patients enrolled…

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Application Period Opens for New York Recreational Dispensaries

New York state officially began accepting applications for recreational cannabis distributors on Thursday. This is a milestone in the new era of legalization of the Empire State. The state’s cannabis…

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Kevin Nash To Debut Strain on Dispensary Tour in Michigan

Veteran professional wrestler and co-founder of NWO Kevin Nash Leveraging the grower’s expertise behind it to launch his own strain, he’s all for the cannabis industry. Hyman cannabis. Nash’s new…

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San Diego’s Social Equity Proposal Could Provide Needed Fixes

San Diego’s proposal to establish a social equity program presents eligibility criteria to help participants find places, raise funds, and receive important guidance from existing members of the cannabis industry.…

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Study Shows 20% Increase in Frequency of Cannabis Consumption in Recreational States

New research published in the journal Addiction On August 24, we analyzed cannabis consumption data across the country, with a particular focus on adult identical twins.calledImpact of recreational cannabis legalization…

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A Brief Interview With Prof. Yimin Yang, Discoverer of Ancient Chinese Cannabis

millions of years ago Speaking of long growing seasons, cannabis grows wild on our planet Evidentlyhas been cultivated for millions, possibly thousands of years. cannabis sativa Belongs to a narrow…

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Legalization Opponents Sue To Block Initiative From Missouri Ballot

A coalition of groups opposed to drug reform efforts filed a lawsuit to block an initiative to legalize recreational cannabis from the ballot in Missouri, saying the measure failed to…

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