Three cannabis cultivators are facing a $209,687 fine for discharging sediment into a northern Californian river.
The UK’s CBD industry is “hamstrung” by poor regulation, according to a new report.
As long as cannabis remains federally illegal and licensing remains the responsibility of states, each state may continue to act based on their own estimation of the trade-oﬀs involved, which can carry negative externalities for other.
Susanne Caspar, CEO of Linnea, a Switzerland-based CBD company, tells Analytical Cannabis what comes next after the EFSA's recent decision.
Before the announcement, the European agency had been processing 19 applications for CBD products, all of which are now in limbo.
Regulators in Vermont have reportedly licensed the state’s first recreational cannabis testing lab.
Kimberly Ross, the chief scientific officer at Peak Compliance, explores the future of cannabis testing in the US, should federal legalization take effect.
From next year, Canadians living in the province of British Columbia will be able to possess opioids, cocaine, methamphetamine, and MDMA, the country’s government has announced.