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Mexico Plans to Decriminalize All Illegal Drugs

The Mexican government plans to introduce radical new drug laws that would decriminalize all illegal drugs in the country, and it’s asking the United States to follow suit.

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Blindfolded in the Mist: The Complex Legality of Cannabis Financing in the UK and Abroad

It’s no secret that entrepreneurs and investors around the world are waking up to the potential of the global cannabis market but, as with most cannabis markets, the current situation in the UK is far from clear.

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Ireland “Sleepwalking” Into Cannabis Legalization, Claims Doctors Group

The Emerald Isle shouldn't get any greener, according to a new group of Irish doctors campaigning against the country legalizing cannabis.

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Could New York Legalize Cannabis This Summer?

New York lawmakers missed their chance to pass cannabis legalization measures this April. But there’s still a chance they could come together before the next deadline, June 19.

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Canadian Cannabis Retailers Are Running Out of CBD

Stocks of the calming cannabinoid have fallen dramatically since legaliztion last year. Did Canada underestimate its CBD demand?

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Legal Marijuana Reduces Chronic Pain, but Increases Injuries and Car Accidents – Study

Overall hospital stays remain steady after Colorado legalized cannabis, UCSF study finds.

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$1.4 Million in Cannabis Product Seized From Unlicensed Dispensary in California

The cannabis regulators of the Golden State continue to crack down on unlicensed businesses.

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High Stakes: Is Federal Law Cracking Down on Hemp?

The 2018 Farm Bill may have made the hemp plant legal to cultivate, but are federal authorities treating it as such?

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Fewer Than Half of Canadians Now Support Cannabis Legalization

Ahead of the country's next wave of edibles legalization, Canadians are becoming less open to trying cannabis foods, according to a new survey.

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