A survey of Hash Bash attendees demonstrates that even enthusiasts have a lot of misconceptions about cannabis and health.
If it qualifies, Nebraska will join two other states, South Dakota and Mississippi, where voters will decide on medical cannabis this year.
The biggest cannabis companies in the state lobbied in support of the bill.
Crystal Peoples-Stokes makes the case for legalization, but not for tax revenue to help balance the budget, in a Q&A with Cannabis Wire.
During the group’s fourth and final meeting, suggestions for how to fund the equity program ranged from more fees for current cannabis licensees, to “reallocating” the city’s police budget.
A new report on global drug trends also notes that cannabis accounts for more than half of all global drug law offenses, and “remains the main drug that brings people into contact with the criminal justice system.”
For the first time, a USDA Rural Business-Cooperative Service funding announcement explicitly includes hemp.
An official in the Department’s Antitrust Division said during a House Judiciary Committee hearing that cannabis is “unpopular” with Barr, and therefore he influenced investigations.
Montana legalization campaign submits signatures • Australia clears exports path • New Jersey decrim advances • & more…
An excerpt from recent editions of the Cannabis Wire Daily newsletter.
The City Council will vote today on a cannabis industry equity overhaul after the LA Rules Committee voted Tuesday on recommendations.