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An excerpt from recent editions of the Cannabis Wire Daily newsletter.
Voters will see two initiatives on the ballot, including one put forth by lawmakers that is far more restrictive than the original, grassroots proposal.
The committee discussed a range of other topics, including the sale of non-cannabis goods at cannabis shops and an increase in the amount of cannabis that delivery vehicles could carry.
In advance of the October 17 referendum, researchers released results of two high-quality long-term studies on how citizens use cannabis—and how it affects their health and lives.
The United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs will vote on World Health Organization recommendations that would loosen some restrictions on cannabis.
The legislation regulates and taxes cannabis sales; the adult use program has become one of the most conservative in the nation in the process.
The outcome will reshape the cannabis industry in the country’s third most populous state, currently dominated by some of the most powerful cannabis companies in the US.
After three years of delays, the country’s regulations appeared ready to go into effect in September. Now, medical cannabis patients are looking at January.
The study, presented Monday at Anesthesiology 2020, showed that Colorado cannabis consumers, hospitalized for leg surgery after leg breaks, had more pain and needed more anesthesia.