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Oregon Becomes First US State to Decriminalize Drug Possession and Legalize Psilocybin Therapy

In a historic US first, Oregon voters have approved a ballot measure that will decriminalize the personal possession of all currently illegal drugs, including cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine.

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Not One Arizona Cannabis Lab is Fully Certified, Despite New Law

A new Arizona law requires all legal cannabis to pass a series of tests from an approved lab. But, so far, no state cannabis lab has been fully certified to provide every test.

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New Zealand Won’t Be Legalizing Recreational Cannabis, According to Provisional Referendum Results

The result isn’t final, as nearly 500,000 “special” votes have yet to be counted.

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The UK's Cannabis Industry and the Value of Good PR

Kajal Shah explains why the UK's cannabis industry is in need of good PR campaigns.

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European Parliament Votes to Increase Hemp’s THC Limit to 0.3%

If further approved, the change would bring the EU’s THC limit in line with those in the US and Canada.

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The UK Needs Greater Access to Medical Cannabis, And That Can Start With R&D

The UK needs a science-led cannabis industry based around clinical trials and data, writes Robin Emerson, head of corporate social responsibility at Brains Bioceutical.

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UK Cannabis Clinic Now Offers Products at a More Affordable Price Than the Illicit Market

Treatment through one of the seven Sapphire Medical Clinics located across the UK can now cost less than £5 per day.

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Cannabis Can Reduce OCD Symptoms by Half, New Study Suggests

Participants reported significant reductions in their compulsions, intrusions, and anxiety within four hours of smoking cannabis.

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Missouri Regulators Investigate Cannabis Mold Claim, Following Launch of Medical Sales

The Missouri state department has since concluded the investigation after further tests found the product batch did meet health and safety regulations.

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