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Epileptic 5-Year-Old Granted Permission to Bring Cannabis Oil to School

By | August 14th, 2018|California, children, epilepsy, News, seizures|

Medical cannabis is legal in 30 states and adults can use it recreationally in 9 of those states, including Washington, D.C. But in all but a few of those places, cannabis laws prohibit possession or consumption anywhere near schools. In California, for example, Proposition 64, the state’s legalization measure, bans cannabis of any kind for [...]

Study Finds Cannabis May Be Treatment Option for Schizophrenia

By | August 14th, 2018|featured, health, mental health, Mental Illness, News, schizophrenia|

A University of New Mexico study has found that cannabis may be an effective treatment option for schizophrenia, according to a report on the research. The report was published last week in the journal Medicines by Jegason P. Diviant and Jacob M. Vigil of the University of New Mexico Department of Psychology and Sarah S. Stith of the university’s Department [...]

Canada Launches Online Cannabis Training Course for Police Force

By | August 14th, 2018|canada, featured, News, Police|

Back in May, Canada’s law enforcement officials were anxiously eyeing June’s vote on cannabis. While many eagerly awaited Canada’s Cannabis Act to pass, police departments worried about running out of time to train officers for a Canada with legalized marijuana. But a new online cannabis training course is aiming to speed up the process for [...]

North Dakota Will Vote on Recreational Marijuana This November

By | August 14th, 2018|featured, News, North Dakota, Voting|

Voters in North Dakota will vote on a recreational marijuana initiative this November, officials announced Monday. Secretary of State Al Jaegers has verified that activists have collected enough signatures to qualify the measure for the November ballot. Dave Owen is the leader of Legalize ND, the group that sponsored the initiative. He said that it [...]

Action Bronson Arrested For Smoking Weed Onstage in Kosovo

By | August 13th, 2018|featured, hip hop, international, Music, News|

Hip-hop artist Action Bronson was arrested for smoking weed at a music festival in Kosovo Saturday, according to media reports. Bronson was on stage performing at the Sunny Hill Festival over the weekend when he fired up a joint on stage. After taking a few hearty puffs, he shared his weed with his fans by flicking [...]

New Jersey Senate President Predicts Vote on Legal Marijuana Next Month

By | August 13th, 2018|featured, New Jersey, News, Voting|

Stephen Sweeney, New Jersey Senate President and co-sponsor of an ambitious bill to expand medical cannabis access and legalize marijuana for adult use, told reporters that he expects the state Senate to hold a vote on legalizing cannabis as early as September. But exactly what lawmakers will be voting on is still unclear. The current [...]

Winners of the First Alaska Cannabis Cup

By | August 13th, 2018|Alaska, cannabis cup, featured, News, winners|

This past weekend, we had our very first Alaska Cannabis Cup in the city of Wasilla. Dozens of growers and companies rose to the occasion and brought forth their best products for consideration. Here are the winners of the first Alaska Cannabis Cup: Best Indica 1st Place: Strawberry Banana by 2 Bros Growin’ The judges said: “Trichome [...]

Study Finds Workplace Fatalities Dropped in States With Medical Marijuana

By | August 10th, 2018|employment, legalization, News, Workplace|

In states with legal medical cannabis programs in place, workplace safety continues to be a paramount concern. The multifaceted issue impacts employees, of course, but also their employers. In many states, workplaces continue to sanction employees who use medical marijuana legally. There also doesn’t seem to be much clarity on the question of workers compensation [...]

Denver Mayor Admits City Is Regulating Marijuana Effectively

By | August 10th, 2018|Colorado, denver, featured, News|

Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock announced Thursday that the city is effectively regulating the legal marijuana industry. In 2012, Hancock had campaigned against the legalization of recreational cannabis in Colorado. After city officials released an annual report on the city’s marijuana industry, Hancock said in a press release that legalization has been successful in Denver. [...]

Medical Marijuana Will Not Be Permitted on Oklahoma College Campuses

By | August 9th, 2018|college, education, News, Oklahoma, Universities|

On the heels of Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin’s approval of revised regulations that eliminate many of the most onerous restrictions to the state’s 6-week-old medical cannabis program, officials at the state’s two largest public universities are announcing that medical cannabis will not be allowed on campus. The ban comes despite the recent approval of State [...]