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The Major Election Decision Hillary and Trump Can’t Touch
This post The Major Election Decision Hillary and Trump Can’t Touch appeared first on Daily Reckoning. It doesn’t matter if you’re for Hillary or Trump, republican or democrat — when voters hit the
Marijuana Appears to Benefit Mental Health: Study
A new review suggests cannabis may help mental health disorders
Trump’s pick for attorney general has legal weed advocates freaking out
President-elect Donald Trump’s decision to nominate Sen. Jeff Sessions to be the next attorney general has proponents of weed legalization freaking out, and for good reason. Sessions, a staunch
2016 paved the way for legal weed in Canada — the real test comes in 2017
Marijuana advocates were jubilant last November in the days after Justin Trudeau became prime minister with a promise to “legalize, regulate and restrict” the drug. “We’re dancing in the streets,”
Marijuana Industry Hopes for Regulatory Stability in 2017
Marijuana is legal in most states but illegal federally, a complex situation made even less certain with a new President taking office.
Cannabis Industry Raised $1 Billion in 2016
Despite the industry's precarious legal status, investors are flocking to states where voters have legalized cannabis.
The Wishful Outlook for Marijuana Jobs in 2017
If not for pervasive uncertainty about the incoming Trump Administration the cannabis industry would be on a hiring spree.
Largest legal pot farm may mark end of cannabis industry’s “Wild West” phase
Once predicted to generate broad prosperity, legal weed is giving rich money-movers the munchies.CREDIT: AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty, FileMassachusetts will soon be home to the largest licensed
This Digital Publisher Wants to 'Alter the Perception of Cannabis Users'
A sophisticated digital platform was missing from the world of cannabis publishing, so Derek Riedle and his wife decided to create one. Riedle is the CEO and founder of Civilized, a news and
Colorado Grants $2.3 Million For Marijuana Health and Safety Research
Ironically, it is only now that marijuana is legal -- at least under state law -- that it is getting scientific scrutiny for safe use.
What Jeff Sessions Said About Marijuana in His Attorney General Hearing
Trump's Attorney General pick has been opposed to marijuana legalization in the past.
Study Links Medical Marijuana to Fewer Traffic Fatalities
The health and public safety concerns that kept marijuana illegal for generations are proving unfounded where it is now legal.
Huge scientific study refutes the federal government’s stance on marijuana
“It just reinforces what our policy makers should already know.”Different types of marijuana are displayed at Sparc Dispensary Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016, in San Francisco. CREDIT: AP Photo/Marcio Jose
Marijuana Industry Launches Colorado Campaign on Safe Cannabis Use
The public safety campaign is one more sign the marijuana business is now culturally mainstream.
Denver will let people get high together in public — just not by smoking weed
Colorado has a pot paradox: Under state law, it’s perfectly legal for adults to buy and possess marijuana, but still illegal for people to use the drug in public. That’s no big deal for locals who are
Senators Push Treasury Department to Loosen Marijuana Banking Restrictions
Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders want regulators to stop penalizing legitimate vendors hired by marijuana businesses left in a legal gray area between state and federal law.
Inside the #Trump420 Movement
A group of cannabis users distributed 9,000 joints at Trump's inauguration
North Americans Spent Almost $7 Billion on Legal Marijuana in 2016, Report Finds
The cannabis industry in the US and Canada shows rapid growth as legalization continues its halting march.
The Many Ways the Cannabis Industry Lacks Traditional Marketing Expertise
Cannabis brands are forced to evolve their marketing practices in the face of new competition.
How Cannabis Ecommerce Challenges Are Driving Web Innovation
Cannabis and ecommerce would complement one another like seed and soil, if only federal law would allow it.