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Nevada Cannabis Regulator Revokes a Company’s License and Advise Public to Avoid its Products

The Nevada Cannabis Compliance Board (CCB) has voted unanimously to remove the license of a cannabis goods producer, Kindibles, LLC, citing public health and safety.

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Detroit Votes to Decriminalize Psilocybin and Other Psychedelics

Under the new measure, “the personal possession and therapeutic use of Entheogenic Plants by adults” with become “the city’s lowest law-enforcement priority.”

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Illinois’ 2021 Cannabis Sales Hit 1$ Billion

The legal cannabis market in Illinois has raked in over one billion dollars’ worth of sales since the start of the year.

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What Can Other Countries Learn After 3 Years of Cannabis Legalization in Canada?

With a movement in Europe and across in America and Mexico to liberalize cannabis laws, what can these countries learn from Canada’s cannabis experiment?

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New York’s Recreational Cannabis Market Won’t Open Until 2023, Says Regulator

New York's cannabis market will appear later rather than sooner, according to the head of the state's Cannabis Control Board.

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Cannabis Vaping Among Teens Has Doubled Since 2013, Study Finds

The review found that the proportion of teens who admit to vaping cannabis at least once more than doubled between 2013 and 2020, from 6.1 percent to 13.6 percent.

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Luxembourg to Legalize Personal Cannabis Cultivation

The country has been preparing some form of recreational legalization since 2018.

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Canadian Regulators Recall Cannabis Flower Due to Mold Concerns

A batch of dried cannabis flower has been recalled by both its producer and the Canadian government department Health Canada.

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Oregon County Declares Emergency Due to High Number of Illegal Cannabis Farms

The Jackson County Board of Commissioners said that criminal activity relating to marijuana production has “dramatically increased” since Oregon residents voted to legalize cannabis in 2014.

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