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California’s New Task Force Destroys $15 Million Worth of Illicit Cannabis

The raid was carried out by California’s newly formed Unified Enforcement Task Force, which Governor Gavin Newsom recently sanctioned to protect “communities and consumers throughout California and the U.S. from unregulated and potentially harmful cannabis products.”

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California Regulator Updates Its Proposed Cannabinoid Test Requirements

In a notice published on October 4, the Department of Cannabis Control announced that the test will be limited to dried flower and pre-rolls.

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What Other Countries Can Learn From the UK’s Medical Cannabis System

Don Bellamy, Chief Executive Officer of Linneo Health, looks at the impact medical cannabis regulation has had in the UK and considers what other countries could learn from it.

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Alberta to Regulate Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy

Alberta will become the first province in Canada to regulate psychedelic-assisted therapy.

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Biden Pardons All Federal Cannabis Possession Offenses

The decision marks the first major steps towards US-wide cannabis decriminalization, a policy the president promised to implement during his campaign run.

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ASTM Approves Four New Cannabis Testing Standards

The leading US testing standards organization ASTM International has approved four new testing standards for cannabis samples.

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California Regulator Offers $20 Million For Cannabis Research

California’s cannabis regulator will provide $20 million in funding for new cannabis-related research.

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Washington’s Cannabis Regulator Seeks Scientists

Washington’s state cannabis regulator is looking to recruit at least six experts in cannabis science to help advise the regulator on scientific matters.

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Trulieve Employee Died From Inhaling Cannabis Dust, Report Says

An employee at a cannabis cultivation facility in Holyoke, Massachusetts, died in January after inhaling “ground cannabis dust”, according to an inspection.

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