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Canadian Regulators Recall Cannabis Pre-rolls Due to Mold Concerns

Approximately 11,304 of the products were sold across Alberta, the Northwest Territories, and Yukon between December 2020 and July 2021.

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Sapphire Medical Clinics Launches New Education Service for Patients

Sapphire Medical Clinics, the first specialized medical cannabis clinic in the UK approved to see patients by the Care Quality Commission, has launched another educational platform for patients.

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Michigan Regulators Recall 10,000 Cannabis Edibles Due to Inspection Error

The edibles were sold to more than 40 retailers across Michigan.

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Rwanda Legalizes Medical Cannabis

Doctors in Rwanda can now prescribe medical cannabis to patients, following a new ministerial order passed by legislators to recognize the medical value of the plant and legalize its medicinal use.

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Colorado Announces New THC Testing Rules for Hemp Products

Some of the requirements are stricter than the equivalent rules for cannabis products.

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Pennsylvania Expands Medical Cannabis Regulations

The bill also permits cannabis companies to remediate their products by extracting them into a topical form should they be contaminated with yeast or mold.

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New Colorado Law Restricts Concentrate Sales

Coming into effect on January 1, 2022, the bill will limit patients aged 21 and over to 8 grams of concentrates per purchase, down from the previous limit of 40 grams.

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Mexico’s Supreme Court Decriminalizes Cannabis

Mexico’s Supreme Court has removed the laws prohibiting the use of recreational cannabis, effectively decriminalizing the drug for adults.

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UN Calls for Ban on Cannabis Advertising

The World Drug Report 2021 from the UN’s Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) claims that such a ban would “ensure that public health interests prevail over business interests.”

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