Luxembourg ministers have cemented their commitment to legalizing cannabis consumption, but only for citizens.
More research-grade cannabis is sorely needed, but the DEA has yet to grant any more cultivation licenses.
As testing tools become more affordable, many cannabis extraction labs are buying up and bringing the tech in-house.
It’s hoped the move that could reduce the country’s heavy reliance on internationally imported medical cannabis and open up the Brazilian market to cannabis companies worldwide.
New Zealand's “reefer-endum” could see the country become the third nation in the world to fully legalize and regulate marijuana. So, how are preparations going?
Luxembourg is on track to become the first European country to legalize recreational cannabis, if it can get past its first obstacle.
Analytical Cannabis catches up on another eventful week for the UK cannabis field.