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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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Denver Creates a Marijuana Group to Advise on Equity and Licensing Policies

The new group will consider whether Denver should allow cannabis deliveries and how the local sector can better involve those from communities disproportionately harmed by marijuana prohibition.

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Amid the Coronavirus Lockdown, Cannabis Sales Were Down This 4/20

Although more marijuana was legally purchased in the US during the unofficial holiday period than the week prior, revenue was still lower than figures seen in previous years.

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Lebanon Legalizes Medical Cannabis Cultivation

Although cannabis has a long history of being openly cultivated in some regions of Lebanon, the practice was still strictly prohibited.

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California Launches $30 Million Cannabis Equity Fund

Cannabis entrepreneurs from communities disproportionately impacted by cannabis criminalization will soon be able to apply to their local jurisdictions for the grant.

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Mile High Labs Submits European Novel Food Application for CBD Products

The submission is the first from a member of the Association for the Cannabinoid Industry, a leading CBD industry body in the UK.

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Could Covid-19 Boost the Illicit Cannabis Market?

As millions of North Americans take an economic hit from the pandemic, could the cheaper illicit cannabis market be tempting away some consumers?

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DEA Removes Epidiolex From the Controlled Substances List

The CBD-based medication is no longer a controlled substance in the US, according to its manufacturer.

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Cannabis Vapes and Edibles Increasingly Popular With US Teens, Survey Finds

The number of American adolescents who vape cannabis or consume cannabis edibles has increased in recent years, while the number smoking cannabis has declined, say the authors of a new research letter.

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