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German Lawmakers Vote To Legalize Cannabis

Germany’s lower house of parliament voted last week to legalize the consumption and cultivation of cannabis by adults, although the measure passed by the Bundestag does not permit commercial sales of recreational marijuana. The legislation legalizes cannabis clubs, however, allowing groups of no more than 500 adults to collectively grow weed for personal use by

2024-02-27T11:16:10+00:00February 27th, 2024|Cannabis, Feed|Comments Off on German Lawmakers Vote To Legalize Cannabis

Instagram Flips After Snoop Dogg Posts Video Smoking in Front of Granddaughters

Snoop Dogg is once again stirring up a grand debate due to his unapologetic and unwavering love of the herb—no matter who’s around. There’s absolutely nothing atypical of Snoop smoking a blunt in the studio, but people are concerned that his grandkids were in the room.  Snoop Dogg posted an Instagram video on Wednesday, Feb.

2024-02-26T11:15:10+00:00February 26th, 2024|Cannabis, Feed|Comments Off on Instagram Flips After Snoop Dogg Posts Video Smoking in Front of Granddaughters

Metrc Announces Cannabis Track-and-Trace Contract With Kentucky

The track-and-trace software Marijuana Enforcement Tracking Reporting Compliance (Metrc) is one of the most popular options for states to monitor cannabis plants from seed to sale. It currently serves a handful of regions in the U.S., including 22 states (including 2 separate contracts in Colorado), as well as the District of Columbia and Guam. On

2024-02-26T11:15:11+00:00February 26th, 2024|Cannabis, Feed|Comments Off on Metrc Announces Cannabis Track-and-Trace Contract With Kentucky

Ex-President of Honduras Stands Trial, Accused of Taking Millions from Drug Cartels

A trial is underway in the United States to determine if the former president of Honduras is the anti-drug crusader he framed himself as while in power or a cartel puppet whose influence was used to traffic millions of dollars worth of drugs and firearms into the U.S. Ex-president Juan Orlando Hernandez began his trial

2024-02-26T11:15:11+00:00February 26th, 2024|Cannabis, Feed|Comments Off on Ex-President of Honduras Stands Trial, Accused of Taking Millions from Drug Cartels

New Hampshire House Advances Recreational Pot Legalization Bill

The New Hampshire House of Representatives last week approved a bill to legalize recreational marijuana as lawmakers revisit the issue of cannabis policy reform for the Granite State. The measure, House Bill 1633 (HB1633), was passed by the full House on Thursday by a vote of 239-14, although legislators who back cannabis legalization efforts offered

2024-02-26T11:15:12+00:00February 26th, 2024|Cannabis, Feed|Comments Off on New Hampshire House Advances Recreational Pot Legalization Bill

Idaho Bill Would Create Minimum $420 Fine for Possessing Small Amounts of Weed

Many would argue that the legalization of recreational cannabis across all 50 states is essentially inevitable at this rate. Some states without recreational cannabis laws in place are practically surrounded by others that have introduced reform.  Pennsylvania, for example, just saw Gov. Josh Shapiro calling on state legislators to get a move on and legalize.

2024-02-23T11:16:12+00:00February 23rd, 2024|Cannabis, Feed|Comments Off on Idaho Bill Would Create Minimum $420 Fine for Possessing Small Amounts of Weed

Study: Higher Dose of Naloxone Didn’t Save More Lives

A higher dose version of naloxone, the nasal spray used to reverse opioid-induced overdoses, did not lead to more saved lives, according to a new study published earlier this month. The findings, published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, indicated that “no significant differences were found in the survival of aided persons” in

2024-02-23T11:16:12+00:00February 23rd, 2024|Cannabis, Feed|Comments Off on Study: Higher Dose of Naloxone Didn’t Save More Lives

Jamaica Company Exports THC to U.S. for Analytic Testing

A cannabis company with operations based in Jamaica announced this week that it has successfully exported cannabis-derived THC products to the United States, where they will be tested at a facility licensed by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. The company, Pure Jamaican and its GMP-certified, licensed pharma manufacturer Seven-10 Pharmaceuticals, said the shipment marks the

2024-02-23T11:16:13+00:00February 23rd, 2024|Cannabis, Feed|Comments Off on Jamaica Company Exports THC to U.S. for Analytic Testing

Oklahoma Seeks To Ban Foreign Land Ownership Under New Bill

A newly introduced bill seeks to ban foreign ownership of land in Oklahoma in an attempt to curb illegal cannabis cultivation. House Bill 3125 was introduced to the Oklahoma House of Representatives earlier this month, and most recently on Feb. 19 it was recommended to the full Appropriations and Budget Natural Resources Subcommittee. HB-3125 is

2024-02-22T11:16:08+00:00February 22nd, 2024|Cannabis, Feed|Comments Off on Oklahoma Seeks To Ban Foreign Land Ownership Under New Bill

Utah Bill Targets Cities That Refuse To Recognize Medical Pot

Two influential Utah state lawmakers have joined forces to advance legislation that would cut funding to cities that refuse to recognize medical marijuana as a legitimate medical therapy.  Utah voters approved the medical use of cannabis in a 2018 ballot measure that passed with nearly 53% of the vote. Following the passage of the initiative,

2024-02-22T11:16:09+00:00February 22nd, 2024|Cannabis, Feed|Comments Off on Utah Bill Targets Cities That Refuse To Recognize Medical Pot
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