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Medical Marijuana

Germany Legalizes Possession of Small Amounts of Cannabis

A cloud of smoke hovered over Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate on Monday night as marijuana enthusiasts gathered to celebrate the legalization of recreational cannabis in Germany. The landmark legislation, which came into effect at midnight, permits possession of small amounts...

Biden doesn’t allow marijuana sales in Washington D.C.

While recently taking pride in his marijuana accomplishments during his State of the Union, President Biden continues to block recreational marijuana sales in Washington D.C..This became apparent in the budget plan that Biden brought forth to Congress. In it,...

Roughly 80% Of Americans Live Close to a Dispensary, New Report From Pew States

In a recent analysis conducted by the Pew Research Center, it has been revealed that despite marijuana remaining illegal under federal law, an increasing number of Americans reside in states where its recreational use is permitted. The findings underscore...

Cannabis Could Be an Alternative To Help Common Dog Skin Diseases

A recent case study conducted by researchers at the Federal University of Santa Catarina in Brazil suggests that cannabis oil, specifically full-spectrum CBD oil, may offer a viable alternative treatment for dogs suffering from discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE), a...

U.S. Navy Changes Their Approach To Marijuana Testing

In response to the ongoing challenges facing U.S. military recruitment, the Navy has announced a significant shift in its approach to recruits who test positive for marijuana upon arrival at boot camp. Rear Adm. James Waters revealed this week...

If You Smell Like Weed, It’s Now Illegal To Enter North Carolina Court Rooms

A recent order signed by Senior Resident Superior Court Judge James Gregory Bell in Robeson County, North Carolina, has stirred controversy as it imposes a ban on individuals entering the North Carolina Superior Courts of Robeson County if they...

US Navy Will Allow Cannabis Users To Join In Order To Combat Sailor Shortage

In response to the ongoing challenges facing U.S. military recruitment, the Navy has announced a significant shift in its approach to recruits who test positive for marijuana upon arrival at boot camp. Rear Adm. James Waters revealed this week...

Federal Government releases documents that confirm Schedule III is in the cards for Marijuana

Due to a lawsuit from last year, the Department of Health and Human Services has had to release all of their documents related to their recommendation of rescheduling Marijuana to Schedule III. As of now, it’s a Schedule I...

Wisconsin Governor Backs GOP Cannabis Proposal

Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers, a vocal advocate for full-scale recreational marijuana legalization, expressed openness to a more restricted medical marijuana legalization proposed by Republicans on Wednesday.In an interview with The Associated Press, Governor Evers, a Democrat, stated, “I would...

Rhode Island Hits $100 Million In Cannabis Sales First Year

Rhode Island marked a milestone in the cannabis industry as state-licensed businesses surpassed $100 million in sales during the inaugural year of legal adult-use cannabis. Recent data released by the Rhode Island Department of Business Regulation, updated through November,...
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Celebrate 4/20 at events across the country

2024 is one of those lucky years where 4/20 lands on a Saturday, and to celebrate the occasion, there’s...
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