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One of the fastest-growing demographics of patients exploring medical cannabis is adults over fifty (50) years.  Chronic health conditions become more prevalent with age.  And with the ongoing opioid crisis in America, it is not surprising that seniors are exploring natural and alternative m…

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Members of the House Rules Committee on Wednesday advanced the Marijuana Opportunity, Reinvestment, and Expungement (MORE) Act, HR 3884, which removes marijuana from the federal Controlled Substances Act – thereby eliminating the existing conflict between state and federal marijuana laws. Th…

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If you’ve been overhearing conversations about CBD at your local dog park, you’re not alone. CBD products for pets have exploded over the last eighteen months, following widespread relaxation of cannabis and hemp laws. But why would you want to give your dog anything made from a plant known …

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There are many health conditions that can lead to pain and inflammation, and this can then have a huge negative impact on life quality. One condition that can be very debilitating is arthritis, and this can cause a lot of pain and inflammation, a huge amount of discomfort, reduced flexibilit…

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Voters approved a series of statewide ballot proposals on Election Day legalizing the use and distribution of marijuanas for either medical or adult-use purposes.

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Washington, DC: Justices on the US Supreme Court will not hear legal arguments in a lawsuit that sought to challenge marijuana’s Schedule I prohibitive status under federal law. NORML was among multiple groups that filed friend-of-the-court briefs urging the Supreme Court to hear the case, W…

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An appeals administrator at the Colorado Department of Personnel and Administration determined that a government employee had a conflict of interest and, as such, has ordered a reevaluation of the proposals for the Colorado Hemp Center of Excellence

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Montpelier, VT: Republican Governor Phil Scott today announced that he would permit legislation, Senate Bill 54, to become law establishing rules and regulations overseeing the commercial production and retail sale of marijuana to adults. The measure will become law absent the Governor’s signature.