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Cannabis DUI Tests Aren’t Accurate, Study Finds

There is little relationship between saliva limits on cannabis-impaired driving and the driver’s actual impairment, according to the findings of a new study.

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Teens in California Are Consuming More Cannabis Following Legalization, Study Finds

The finding stands in contrast to other recent studies, which have found teen cannabis use decreases in states that have legalized adult-use cannabis.

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Michigan Regulator Pauses Cannabis Mold Test

A group of Michigan-based lab analysts say the qPCR method is unsuitable for detecting mold. Other lab analysts disagree, yet the state regulator has still temporarily banned the test.

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Legal Cannabis Stores Linked to Fewer Opioid Deaths, Study Finds

US counties with higher numbers of legal cannabis dispensaries recorded lower levels of opioid-related deaths relative to other locales, according to a new study.

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How Should We Talk About Cannabis?

Is the current lexicon used by cannabis industry insiders appropriate? Not always, according to a new study.

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Maine Cannabis Regulator Approves Second Testing Lab

The Portland-based lab received the green light from the Maine Office of Marijuana Policy on Friday, January 22.

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Recreational Cannabis Sales Begin in Arizona

Barely two months after voters in the state passed the legalization ballot, the first legal recreational cannabis products have been sold in Arizona.

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Young Cannabis Consumers with Mood Disorders at Higher Risk of Self-Harm, Study Finds

As the study was purely observational, the researchers do not suggest any type of causality or mechanism behind these associations. But they do recommend further studies to help inform policy and treatment decisions.

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Cannabis Use Rises Through the Calendar Year, But Dips for Dry January, Study Finds

Researchers from New York University found that relative usage rates of cannabis were up 13 percent at the end of each year compared to the first quarter.

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