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Is There Sufficient Clinical Evidence To Reschedule Cannabis?

By Lydia KariukiThe US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) classifies all drugs under five distinct categories (from schedule I, to V). The listing and scheduling of...

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Why the Future of Cannabis is Female, and Why That is a Good Thing!

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It’s obvious that there needs to be more women in the rooms where big decisions on cannabis business are being made. Yet women are still criticized and stigmatized for choosing to focus on their careers, and the stigma gets even worse when women decide to prioritize a business regarding what is still a Schedule 1 substance in the United States. Women are required to have thick skin to navigate a male-led industry, having to hear ruthless comments about the career path you’ve chosen as you try and get one foot in the door.

The Downside Of Declassifying Cannabis As A Schedule 1 Drug

The Downside Of Declassifying Cannabis As A Schedule 1 Drug

It is essential that rescheduling is done in a way that boosts existing state markets rather than undermining them.

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Removing Cannabis from the Schedule 1 List of Controlled Substances Could Be Good and Bad

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Many cannabis skeptics believe that a change in the CSA drug list will precede the legislature's legalization of cannabis markets. In terms of international drug treaties, the U.S. has already picked a position supporting medical cannabis in 2020. Hence, the country can drop the drug from the category of the most dangerous and addictive drugs. The probability that the U.S government will take cannabis to a level lower than Schedule 2 remains very low.

Are You Talking about Terpenes with Your Customers?

Terpenes are naturally occurring compounds found in a multitude of plants that are often responsible for our favorite natural aromas. These tiny but powerful molecules give oranges, lavender, pine trees, […]

Ann Arbor Officials Prepare for 50th Anniversary Hash Bash

The famous Hash Bash returns to Ann Arbor, Michigan next month, the 50th anniversary of the cannabis activism festival.

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Should Worker’s Comp Cover Medical Marijuana Expenses if You Miss Work?

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As states continue to grapple with questions stemming from this issue of workers' comp, the federal legislative chambers need to get to work approving federal reforms that would resolve these confusions. The different standards from state to state are not in the interest of workers and patients in medical cannabis programs.

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US Federal Marijuana Legalization in 2030? – What International Cannabis Markets Should You Invest in Now?

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The European cannabis industry shows promise for the coming years. The introduction of its first medical cannabis exchange reader fund (ETF) sold its potential to offer promising and lucrative opportunities to operators in the sector. Several countries in Europe are quickly looking for ways to adopt a legalized commoditized cannabis market. A few of the countries to have successfully pulled this off include Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, and the Czech Republic.

Altria Presents as Part of the Consumer Analyst Group of New York Conference; Reaffirms 2022 Full-Year Earnings Guidance

RICHMOND, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Altria Group, Inc. (Altria) (NYSE: MO) is participating in the virtual Consumer Analyst Group of New York Conference ... Read More

Top-Secret National Security Clearance But You Still Can’t Smoke Weed?

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Simply put, the memo implies that anyone likely to continue using cannabis and other illegal drugs has no business applying for a security clearance. Also, workers found in the future using illicit drugs might have their security clearance revoked. This policy is not limited to psychoactive drugs alone. It also extends to CBD products derived from hemp plants. Although the U.S. Congress legalized the consumption of hemp products as long as they contain less than 0.3% THC, the national intelligence agency maintains that most of these products contain more than 0.3% THC. Rather than take chances, all workers are expected to stay away from all forms of cannabis and hemp.

Shopify is Banning All THC Products From Being Sold on Their Platform

The once go-to industry payment processor, Shopify, is now banning the sale of all products containing more than 0.3% THC through their platform. That includes alternative cannabinoids like Delta 8 and 10, THC-O, THCP, and so on.   According to a Shopify email that’s making the rounds, products containing more than 0.3% of any type […]

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Get Caught with Weed in Israel? You Are No Longer a Criminal Now!

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Israel's Justice Minister announced that the government is currently going through some proposed policies that would legalize the use of recreational cannabis. As one of the founding cannabis markets globally, it is time for the government to make additional changes to the existing cannabis reforms. This announcement suggests that the country is at least a step closer to establishing an adult-use market.

Cannabis Jobs and Salaries Are on the Upswing

While the cannabis industry is unique in many ways (e.g., selling Schedule 1 drugs), it also bears many similarities to traditional manufacturing businesses that deal in consumer packaged goods (CPGs). […]
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