Kentucky’s state House on Thursday passed a measure that would legalize medical marijuana in the state after several unsuccessful earlier attempts. The bill passed the chamber in a 65-30 vote, with all but two Democrats and a majority of Republican members present voting for it, the Courier-Journal reported. The measure’s path is uncertain in the state […]
The New Hampshire House has again voted to legalize recreational marijuana. Last year, the House passed a different bill for cannabis legalization, before it eventually died in the Senate. The significance of the vote today is that legislators approved it by a veto-proof majority, said Rep. Renny Cushing, a Hampton Democrat who is co-sponsor of […]
A bill to allow medical marijuana in Alabama cleared its first hurdle on Wednesday after the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to send it to the full chamber. The bill, sponsored by Sen. Tim Melson, R-Florence, passed the committee 8 to 1. Sen. Larry Stutts, R-Sheffield, voted no; Sen. Sam Givhan, R-Huntsville, abstained. “I know some […]
Harvest Health and Recreation, Arizona’s biggest medical-marijuana operator, said on Wednesday it has acquired three shops run by competitor Arizona Natural Selections, giving Harvest 14 of the 120 or so operating retail stores in the state. The companies didn’t disclose the price, other than to say Tempe-based Harvest acquired the licenses for a “non-material” amount […]
PRESS RELEASE DENVER, CO FEBRUARY 20, 2020– In a move set to advance store operations and support the company’s aggressive growth, Native Roots, one of the nation’s largest and most successful vertically integrated cannabis operators, has partnered with Cova Software, North America’s leading cannabis retail point of sale (POS) provider. Native Roots has moved all […]
CBD American Shaman and Dr. Bob Kaufmann are working together to learn more about cannabinoids like cannabidol to understand the power of cannabinoids and the future of cannabis medicine. The post Exploring cannabinoids of the future with Dr. Robert Kaufmann and CBD American Shaman appeared first on Leafly.
Cannabis is commonly used to treat chronic pain, but most consumers aren't fully educated on the plant. Read on to learn about the risks of consuming for pain. The post Cannabis for pain: Does medicating with marijuana increase abuse risk? appeared first on Leafly.
It’s horrible, and it happens more than you might think. Here’s one mom’s experience involving her three-year-old who got into cannabis-infused edibles. The post What it’s actually like when a kid is accidentally dosed with edibles appeared first on Leafly.
GRN Holdings claims it will bring cannabis drone delivery services to Washington as early as March 2020. The post Flying high: Are cannabis drone deliveries the future or merely fantasy? appeared first on Leafly.
It's not always easy to tell what's a legal cannabis store in California. Learn how to ensure the shop you're visiting is legal and licensed. The post How to tell legal from illegal cannabis dispensaries in California appeared first on Leafly.
Cherry flavors pop out of weed strains. Many are uplifting and happy, so if you're looking for a mood boost, try one of these to get you going. The post 5 cannabis strains for people who love cherry appeared first on Leafly.
Last fall, we ran a 13-part series taking a hard look at each of the 2020 presidential candidates’ history and views related to marijuana. We assigned each candidate a letter grade corresponding with our analysis (for the final summary post, go here). In that popular series, grading criteria was as follows: Current stance on marijuana:...
Developers of cannabis projects in California want to turn projects around as quickly and cheaply as possible, and are frequently frustrated by the amount of time, money, and effort required for the entitlement process. On Wednesday, February 26, a panel of real estate development experts will explain the entitlement process in California at a LACBA...
Last week, the Food Standard Agency (“FSA”), the agency responsible for protecting public health in relation to food in England, Wales and Northern Ireland (collectively, the “UK”), cleared a path for the sale of CBD-infused food for the next 12 months. Specifically, the FSA is giving the CBD industry until March 31, 2021 to submit...
Last week, I presented oral argument to the Fifth District Court of Appeal in support of the people’s right of referendum. Long story short, the Kern County Board of Supervisors banned medical marijuana dispensaries in 2011, the people protested via referendum petition, and to this day the County has refused to comply with the legal...
There is a bona fide movement underway with psilocybin. Decriminalization occurred last year in Denver, Oakland and Santa Cruz, and that was just a start: nearly 100 other cities are looking at decriminalizing psychedelics. At the state level, ballot measures are out for signature in California and Oregon. Federally, legislation has been proposed to allow...
Greg Robinson was reportedly driving from Los Angeles to Louisiana when a drug-sniffing dog alerted the authorities. The post NFL Player Faces 20 Years In Prison After Getting Busted With 157 Pounds of Pot appeared first on High Times.
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