“We're more accurate than a human police officer right now.”
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A new Pew Research poll shows that nearly nine of 10 American adults support legalizing cannabis in some form, with a strong majority believing that recreational marijuana should be legal.
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Researchers at the Southern Illinois University-Carbondale (SIUC) Cannabis Science Center are examining how cannabis can be used to treat ovarian cancer.
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The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) announced that it would officially begin harvesting its first medical cannabis crop.
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Authorities have seized a record amount of blow this year.
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Register here! We are excited to announce that Harris Bricken lawyers Adams Lee, Fred Rocafort and Vince Sliwoski will present on Cannabis and International Trade on Thursday, December 1 from 12pm to 1pm EST. This presentation is hosted by the National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association of America (NCBFAA) by and through the NCBFAA Educational
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Welcome to Part 2 in this series on New York’s cannabis retail dispensary regulations, covering security. In Part 1, we covered the rules around dispensary operations. As we also previously summarized, on Friday, October 28, 2022, the Office of Cannabis Management (OCM) released its “Guidance for Adult-Use Dispensaries” (the Regulations). The Regulations are promulgated to
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The OLCC rulemaking process continues after a public hearing on October 25 and the close of the public comment period on October 31. You can read our prior coverage here, here and here, and you can read the proposed rules here. The public hearing lasted about 35 minutes and a hot topic was whether retailers may
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On November 15, 2022, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear issued an executive order intended to decriminalizes medical cannabis. This is one of the most interesting executive orders we’ve seen in a bit – and that’s saying something after the last six years in this country. Let’s take a look at exactly what it does. It’s worth
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A Cornell University research program, reviewing Medicaid patient data over the past decade in 10 states and Washington DC where recreational marijuana has been legalized, has found that drug prescriptions for anxiety, sleep, pain and seizures have fallen as a result of cannabis legalization, going beyond the findings of similar studies about the impact of cannabis on prescription medicine usage.
Feeding cattle high-CBD industrial hemp can help reduce stress and potentially boost health, according to a new study.
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The Amazon marijuana policy change means employees do not have to fear firing for marijuana use and the company now supports legalization.
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The state of Washington's new "Joints for Jabs" campaign offers free marijuana joints to promote vaccinations.
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In an effort to grant its players more freedom, NFL marijuana testing policy will be drastically altered under the updated CBA.
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