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Guyana Authorities Seize Weed Shipment from the U.S.

People all over the world are getting high, including in the tiny South American country of Guyana. Last week, Guyanese customs officials intercepted and seized a box of cannabis shipped…

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U.S. Virgin Islands Legalizes Adult-Use Cannabis

January 18th, Signing ceremony Governor Albert Bryan Jr. signed the Virgin Islands Cannabis Use Act (Act 8680), declaring that anyone convicted of simple cannabis possession would be required to apply…

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First U.S. Surgery, Cannabis Guidance Released

Finally, detailed and informed advice regarding potential interactions between cannabis and anesthetics before, during and after surgery is taking shape. first time guidelines Cannabis use and surgery timelines will be…

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U.S. Virgin Islands Lawmakers Pass Cannabis Legalization Bill

Lawmakers in the U.S. Virgin Islands last week passed a bill to legalize recreational marijuana, bringing the number of states and territories in the country that have legalized cannabis use…

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U.S. Youth Ditch Alcohol for Cannabis in Record Numbers, Study Says

Young Americans are smoking more marijuana than ever before, but the same data show that they are also quitting their drinking habits, raising questions about whether society as a whole…

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Russia Signals That Griner Could Be Released, But U.S. Skeptical

A senior Russian official suggested last week that the detention of American basketball star Britney Griner may be nearing resolution, but US officials quickly dismissed those claims. Russia’s Deputy Foreign…

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Majority of Nearly Every Subgroup in U.S. Favors Legal Pot, Gallup Poll Shows

Across 35 subgroups divided by ideology, religion and age, nearly every demographic had a majority support legal cannabis in the United States, with only two exceptions. Gallup recently released a…

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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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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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U.S. Air Force to Allow Applicants to Retest After Positive THC Test

Previously, U.S. Air Force applicants who tested positive for THC were automatically barred from service even if they had consumed cannabis months earlier. According to recent information publicationthe U.S. Air…

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U.S. Negotiator ‘Cautiously Optimistic’ Griner Will Be Released By Year’s End

Former Gov. and diplomat Bill Richardson expressed confidence Sunday that American basketball star Britney Griner will be released from Russian custody by the end of the year. In an interview…

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U.S. Forest Service Employees Still Banned From Consuming Cannabis

August 22, U.S. Forest Service Human Resources Issued a notice reminding employees that they are not allowed to consume cannabis, even if they live in states where it is legal.…

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U.S. Cannabis Council Appoints New CEO Khadijah Tribble

of American Cannabis Association (USCC) Announced on August 19 The appointment of Khadijah Tribble as the organization’s new CEO. Tribble will succeed former USCC CEO Stephen Hawkins, who has led…

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Draft Rules Published for U.S. Virgin Islands Medical Cannabis Program

On August 10, the VI Cannabis Advisory Board (VICAB) of the U.S. Virgin Islands unanimously approved a draft regulation of the medical cannabis program. August 12, Office of Cannabis Control…

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Biden: U.S. To ‘Pursue Every Possible Avenue’ To Bring Griner Home

President Joe Biden has called on Moscow to release Brittney Griner and said the United States will continue to secure the freedoms of the WNBA star, who was sentenced to…

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