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Scientists in U.S. Given Approval to Import Cannabis Material From Canadian Site

In an unprecedented move, U.S. officials have given allowances for cannabis research products to cross the border from Canada to the U.S. Could this herald a change in cannabis regulation for medicinal research?

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South Africa’s Highest Court Legalizes Cannabis for Private Use

In a controversial move, South Africa becomes the third African country to legalize cannabis cultivation and use in the home.

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U.S. House Judiciary Committee Passes Act on Growing Medicinal Cannabis for Research

Bill could provide a major boost for cannabis research as more cultivators are set to receive licensing approval.

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How Effective is Responsible Vendor Training for Cannabis Retailers?

To date, 6 U.S. states have implemented retail sales of recreational marijuana but none have been able to implement an effective training program for retailers.

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4 Way to Improve The Medicinal Cannabis Program in Illinois: A Case Study

This article highlights the areas where Illinois could make improvements in order to establish a more efficient and effective medicinal cannabis treatment program.

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Ontario Announces Delays to Retail Cannabis Sales

The delay is to provide time to create a framework that will regulate independently-run retail outlets as opposed to having the previously agreed state-run retail setup.

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Colorado’s Cannabis Growers Will Shoulder the Cost of New Regulations

New legislation brought in by the Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division, in effect from August 1st, requires mandatory pesticide testing on all strains of cannabis flower and trim that is sold in the state adding increased testing costs for producers.

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A Look Inside the Massachusetts Cannabis Testing Controversy

Two cannabis testing facilities have now been issued provisional licenses in the state but the debate over their differing approaches to microbiological contamination testing continues.

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New Cannabis Regulations to Become UK Law within 2 Years

This development comes at a disruptive time for UK cannabis regulations, as the drug has only recently been moved to a schedule 2 classification under the 2001 Misuse of Drugs Regulations act, allowing clinicians to prescribe it by the fall.

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