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How to Grow a New Cannabis Business Amid a Pandemic

The pandemic has changed our lives beyond recognition, but it doesn’t have to spell the end of your cannabis business, writes Hannah Deacon.

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Massachusetts Recreational Cannabis Stores Anticipate Reopening

Recreational cannabis stores have been closed in Massachusetts since March 24 after being ruled to be “non-essential” businesses.

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Legal Cannabis Sales Nearly Doubled From 2018 to 2019, Report Finds

From 2018 to 2019, global legal cannabis sales grew by 46 percent up to US$14.8 billion, according to new analysis.

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Illicit Cannabis Sales Soar in Europe Amid Lockdowns, Report Finds

The new report, which analysed transactions on the darknet, found that illicit cannabis sales increased by about 30 percent during the first quarter of 2020.

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First Prescriptions Arrive for Europe’s Largest Medical Cannabis Trial

Supplied by the Latin American company Khiron Life Sciences, the cannabis products will first be issued to UK doctors before being prescribed to the 20,000 patients expected to be involved in the trial.

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What Impact Will Covid-19 Have on the UK Cannabinoid Industry?

Professor Mike Barnes looks to the future of the UK's medical cannabis and CBD sectors.

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What is the FDA’s Stance on CBD?

The US government’s stance on cannabis remains clear: it is federally prohibited. But what about its CBD extracts?

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New Zealand Finalizes its Cannabis Regulations Ahead of Referendum

After months of deliberation, ministers and government officials have finalized the legalisation measures that will be put to the country in a referendum this September.

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US Cannabis Research Is Violating International Law, DEA Memo Reveals

The Department of Justice advised the DEA to take full responsibility of marijuana cultivation back in 2018, the memo reveals.

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