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CBD is Not a Narcotic, EU Court Rules

The decision could have great implications for Europe’s CBD industry and how the EU Commission regulates hemp-derived cannabinoids.

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Israel to Legalize Marijuana in 9 Months, Justice Minister Says

Two bills are on the table in the Israeli parliament to legalize adult use and possession and regulate marijuana sales.

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New Colorado Regulations for the Measurement of Heavy Metals in Cannabis Vaping Aerosols, A Realistic and Practical Assessment: Part 1

This three-part series will take a closer look at the real-world, practical assessment of Colorado’s intent to implement these new regulations and their implications for other states that will inevitably follow suit.

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The Future of Cannabinoid Production and the Battle Royale of Cannabis

Provided by the Eighth Revolution team, the Cannabinoid Corner looks to provide a broader understanding of the entire cannabinoid industry as they see it.

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Will the UN Reschedule Cannabis This December?

What happens next month, could have long term global effects for drug policy. So what could happen?

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Inside the ACI’s CBD Safety Trial

The Association for the Cannabinoid Industry's (ACI) own Paul Duffy tells Analytical Cannabis why it's crucial CBD companies have their toxicology data ready for next March, and how the ACI's own safety trial can help that happen.

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Proving CBD’s Safety in the UK

The immediate future of the Europe's CBD market could be in the hands of UK companies, but only if they can first pass their novel foods review from the country's Food Standards Agency.

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New Zealand Narrowly Rejects Cannabis Legalization

The campaign to legalize recreational, adult-use cannabis in New Zealand has lost.

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Oklahoma Regulator Recalls Medical Cannabis Vape Cartridges

The cartridges reportedly failed state testing requirements and are considered unsafe for consumers.

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