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California Governor Signs 10 Cannabis Bills, Legalizing Interstate Cannabis Commerce

California Governor Gavin Newsom signed 10 bills on Sunday, September 18, that will enact a wide range of new cannabis policies in the state.

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Cannabis Companies Use Similar Social Responsibility Practices to Big Tobacco, Study Finds

The investigators caution that public health actors should be wary of such CSR activities as they may be less effective than independent educational initiatives and serve to advance corporate interests.

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Cannabis More at Risk From Wildfires Than Other Californian Crops, Study Suggests

Cannabis crops in California may be at a higher risk of damage from wildfire than other crops, according to a new study from scientists at the University of California Berkeley.

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Medicinal Genomics Adds AI Tool to Speed Up Cannabis-Microbial Analysis

The software, known as FastFinder, uses artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze data from polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests, which are used in cannabis labs to determine the presence of microbes on cannabis samples.

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Researchers Offer to Test Home-Growers’ Cannabis in Australia’s Capital Territory

As long as it’s for personal use, cannabis has been legal to grow in Australia’s Capital Territory (ACT) since January 2020.

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Swiss Recreational Cannabis Study Delayed

The highly anticipated “Weed Care” experiment was due to launch on September 15 in the city of Basel.

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Heavy Metal Contaminants Are “Pervasive” in CBD Products, Study Finds

Low levels of lead, mercury, arsenic, and cadmium are frequently present in commercially-available CBD products, a new study has found.

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Florida Regulators Fine Two Cannabis Labs For Using a PCR Method to Test For Mold

Both labs are accused of using an “unapproved” polymerase chain reaction (PCR) method to test cannabis samples for yeast and mold.

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San Francisco to Decriminalize Psychedelics

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has unanimously voted to decriminalize psychedelics like psilocybin and ayahuasca.

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