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Kaycha Labs Becomes First New York Cannabis Lab to Perform Every Approved Test

Kaycha Labs is the first of seven state-certified labs to be cleared by the NY regulator to carry out all nine types of test.

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The FDA Issues Guidance For Cannabis Research

This guidance outlines the FDA’s “current thinking” on topics relevant to clinical research related to the development of human drugs containing cannabis or cannabis-derived compounds.

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Risk Management Considerations for Cannabis Cultivators

Eric Schneider, the managing director of AlphaRoot, a tech-enabled cannabis insurance broker, explains how cannabis cultivators can maintain their momentum in the industry.

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Cannabis Products in Nevada Are ‘Contaminated’ With Unapproved Pesticide, State Regulator Warns

Cannabis consumers in Nevada have been warned that a certain batch of products sold in the state were treated with an unapproved pesticide, Ethephon.

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US Virgin Islands Governor Signs Recreational Cannabis Legalization Bill

It’s not known how quickly legalization will come into effect, but, according to one government official on the islands, the law could take between 18 and 24 months to implement.

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Delta-8 THC Consumers Spent $2 Billion Over Last Two Years, Report Claims

For the last couple of years, Delta-8 THC has been one of the most popular cannabinoids on the market. How popular? Well, according to one cannabis data company, US consumers have spent nearly $2 billion on delta-8 products over the past two years.

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Oregon Regulator Recalls Cannabis Vaping Cartridges

In its first recall of the year, the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission (OLCC) has requested that any cannabis consumers in the possession of four specific vaping cartridges “destroy” their products.

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Connecticut Bags $359K in Recreational Cannabis Sales on Launch Day

The first legal recreational cannabis products have been sold in Connecticut, 18 months after the state governor legalized the drug by signing a bill.

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