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California Drops Cannabis Cultivation Tax

Under a new bill, the cultivation tax on growers has been eliminated and the cannabis excise tax at point sale has been capped at 15% for three years.

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Cannabis Abstinence May Improve Cognition in People with Depression, Study Suggests

The new work from researchers at the University of Toronto reports that visual search speed, sustained attention, and visuospatial working memory were all improved in participants following 28 days of abstinence from cannabis use.

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MCR Labs Expands Into Maine

MCR Labs has opened its third cannabis testing lab, its first in the state of Maine.

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Nevada Regulators Approve Cannabis Consumption Lounges

The first lounges are expected to open later in the year.

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Pesticide Testing is Now Compulsory for Rhode Island-Grown Cannabis

From today, June 30, all cannabis harvested in the northeastern state must undergo pesticide testing at a cannabis lab.

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Cannabis Consumers Have Lower Rates of Liver Cancer, Study Finds

Frequent cannabis consumers are less likely to develop a form of liver cancer than their cannabis-sober counterparts, according to a new study.

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Three Cannabis Cultivators Fined $209k for River Pollution in California

Three cannabis cultivators are facing a $209,687 fine for discharging sediment into a northern Californian river.

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UK Government Urged to Do More for Cannabinoid Industry in New Report

The UK’s CBD industry is “hamstrung” by poor regulation, according to a new report.

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Harvest Hemp Early for Maximum CBD, Scientists Say

Hemp cultivators should harvest their plants before they reach full seed maturity if they want to maximize the amount of CBD that can be extracted, a new study published in Royal Society Open Science suggests.

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