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Virgin Islands Inches Closer to Adult-Use Cannabis, Expungements

Cannabis remains a hot-button issue with politically driven fanfare in the US territory of the Virgin Islands. two bills Introduced in the Virgin Islands on October 24th. One would legalize…

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U.S. Sentencing Commission Estimates That 6,577 People Could Receive Pardons

President Joe Biden announced on Oct. 6 that he would grant amnesty to people across the country who are currently recording cannabis convictions. All current U.S. citizens and lawful permanent…

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Nevada Judge Orders Cannabis Removed From State’s List of Controlled Substances

A judge in Clark County, Nevada, ruled Wednesday that the state’s pharmacy board does not have the authority to regulate cannabis and cannabis derivatives under state law, ordering officials to…

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Recreational Pot Presents Opportunities for Missouri’s Medical Cannabis Biz

In two weeks, Missouri voters will decide on an amendment to legalize recreational marijuana in the state. Aiming to expand. of St. Louis Business Journal there is a report A…

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Only 4% of Cannabis Businesses in Washington State are Black-Owned

According to the most recent data available from the Washington Liquor and Cannabis Commission (LCB), only 4% of cannabis business owners in Seattle, Washington are black owned.new report from King5News…

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New Poll Shows Two-Thirds of Americans Support Legalizing Weed

More than two-thirds of Americans are in favor of legalizing small amounts of cannabis for personal use, according to poll results released Monday. It also showed broad support for a…

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Michigan Cannabis Regulator Plans Crackdown on Illicit Products

Michigan’s top cannabis regulator said Tuesday the state plans to “expose” companies operating in the legal marijuana market that engaged in illegal practices and sold illegal products. rice field. of…

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German Health Minister Announces Details of Legalization Draft

German parliamentarians have officially laid out plans for the country to decriminalize the sale and possession of cannabis.according to Minister of Health Karl Lauterbach who spoke at Press conference in…

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Arizonans Benefitting From Biden’s Weed Pardons

Arizona residents with federal convictions for marijuana possession will benefit more from President Joseph Biden’s recently announced pardon than past offenders in nearly any other state, according to azcentral report.…

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Indiana Gov. Will Not Be Issuing Pardons for Cannabis Offenses, Favors Expungement

Amnesty remains a hot topic even after President Joe Biden announced on October 6 that the federal government would grant amnesty to citizens convicted of cannabis. But Indiana Gov. Holcomb…

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Report Breaks Down the Best and Worst U.S. Cities for Cannabis Vacations

Travel information site “upgrade point” Published data report On Oct. 24, we detail which states in the United States are best and worst for “Kanna Cation.” As top locations, the…

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Australian Capital Territory Decriminalizes Small Amounts of Drugs Including Heroin, Cocaine

A social experiment has taken hold in Australia’s capital city to decriminalize drugs and offer health-based programs instead of detaining drug users. The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) – based in…

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Pennsylvania Marijuana Pardon Project Finds Errors in Pardon Applications

The Pennsylvania Marijuana Pardon Project began in September, with approximately 3,500 applications submitted for consideration. These applications are now awaiting official review, but it appears many were submitted with typos.…

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Cannabis Had Highest Tax Revenue in Colorado and Washington Over Alcohol, Cigarettes

A new report from tax policy center Colorado’s cannabis tax revenue is seven times higher than alcohol’s, showing that Washington earned $559 million from cannabis-related taxes. Those two of her…

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Need for Speed: FDA Issues Notice on Adderall Shortages

Anyone prescribed the ADHD and narcolepsy drug Adderall is urged to seek alternatives after a nationwide shortage was confirmed by the FDA last week, but the reasons behind the shortage…

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Washington, D.C. Cannabis Company Sues City, Demands Return of $750,000

A Washington DC cannabis company called Mr. Nice Guys DC recently sued the city for seizing more than $750,000 in cash during a 2021 raid. Damion West and Gregory Wimsatt,…

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Oklahoma Governor Sets March Special Election for Weed Legalization Initiative

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt announced Tuesday that he will hold a special election in March to vote on an initiative to legalize recreational marijuana in the state. Voters will go…

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Circle K Locations To Open RISE Dispensaries with Green Thumb Industries

Buying cannabis will soon be as convenient as stopping by your local Circle K. Today green thumb industriesowner of RISE clinicannounced plans to expand its footprint in the Florida medical…

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Attorney Shimmy Posen Discusses Legalization, the Global Marketplace

Recently, President Joe Biden announced plans to pardon those convicted of simple cannabis possession. This has led many to question whether this could be the first step towards full legalization…

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Puerto Rico Bill Would Expunge Low-Level Weed Possession Convictions

Puerto Rican senators have introduced a bill to expunge low-level marijuana possession convictions. He said he was inspired by President Joseph Biden’s announcement five days ago that he would pardon…

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