Researchers find consistent results that teens are less likely to obtain marijuana in states with legal recreational cannabis dispensaries. In […] The post Marijuana Use Among Teens Drops After Marijuana Legalization appeared first on Medical Marijuana, Inc. News.
A new alliance made up of legal and civil rights experts is devoted to ending issues stemming from War on […] The post New Social Justice Coalition Pushes for Justice in Marijuana Reform appeared first on Medical Marijuana, Inc. News.
Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the notorious drug kingpin known as El Chapo, was sentenced on Wednesday to life in prison for his convictions on federal drug, murder, and money laundering charges earlier this year. The sentence marks the end of a 30-year drug trafficking career that saw Guzmán rise to the top of Mexico’s infamous Sinaloa…
A Senate legislative committee has scheduled a hearing on a bill that would give cannabis businesses operating legally under state law access to the U.S. banking industry. The hearing before the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs on “Challenges for Cannabis and Banking: Outside Perspectives” will be held on Tuesday, July 23 and…
On Tuesday, West Hollywood stepped out in front of the cannabis dining and entertainment market by approving the country’s first licensed restaurant featuring THC and CBD-infused food. Lowell Farms — a project of marijuana company Lowell Herb Co. — will also offer an open-air smoking area. While cannabis industry types and users rejoiced over the…
California shoppers are about to see a brand new line of cannabidiol (or CBD)-infused beverages hit supermarket shelves this week, despite the fact such products are still illegal. Even though federal U.S. law now allows for the creation of CBD based products (in the form of tinctures, capsules, lotions and oils, etc.), FDA guidelines restrict…
Rep. Katherine Clark’s amendment to prohibit veterans from being denied home loans because of their work in the cannabis industry […] The post Amendment That Protects Veterans Working In The Cannabis Industry Approved by U.S. House appeared first on Medical Marijuana, Inc. News.
The city council in Columbus, Ohio is considering cannabis policy reforms that would significantly reduce the penalties imposed for possession of small amounts of marijuana. The council has scheduled a public hearing on a proposed city ordinance to enact the reforms for Thursday evening. Under the proposed ordinance, possession of up to 100 grams (about…
On Monday, New Jersey’s Department of Health announced plans to accept applications for individuals and entities interested in opening operational and cultivation facilities. The agency said that it is seeking applicants to operate as many as 24 Alternative Treatment Centers, with the aim to place eight in the northern part of the state, eight in…
There continues to be some large gaps in justice when it comes to the state by state cannabis legalization movement. Among them is a key question; What happens to those individuals with cannabis offenses that took place before the laws changed? Believe it or not, many of them aren’t automatically, retroactively covered by new laws…