Bruce Kennedy ~ WeedWorthy
A growing number of women, especially those with degrees in STEM fields, are finding unique opportunities in the legal marijuana sector.

WASHINGTON — For all the aspiring and current spies, diplomats and F.B.I. agents living in states that have liberalized marijuana laws, the federal government has a stern warning: Put down the bong, throw out the vaporizer and lose the rolling papers.

Utah families of children with intractable epilepsy say cannabis treatment is a breakthrough; lawmaker plans to push extension.

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Oaksterdam University brings to Washington, D.C. the city’s first certified career training program for candidates seeking to enter the legal cannabis industry.

An entrepreneur says his sleek, fully automated “plug ’n’ plant” hydroponic system, controlled via users’ smartphones, will bring cannabis growing out of the closet, or basement.

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When medical cannabis goes on sale for the first time in Minnesota next week, the stores that sell it will have decidedly clinical atmospheres.

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Bruce Kennedy ~ Weedworthy ~
Cannabis businesses and investors gather in Denver for two days of meetings and financial match-making.

Officials say home invasion robberies again could increase when Oregonians begin cultivating marijuana crops in their homes and backyards after July 1.

Delaware's first medical marijuana dispensary opened Friday, four years after the state Legislature legalized its use.

Authorities in Indianapolis warn that anyone caught smoking marijuana at the First Church of Cannabis’ planned service next week could end up arrested.


Jamie Hale ~ OregonLive ~

On July 1, recreational marijuana will officially be legal in Oregon. Some kind of celebration, a commemoration of the occasion, was inevitable.

A Pennsylvania couple faces charges for possessing and manufacturing marijuana that the young wife used to relieve debilitating symptoms.

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René Marsh~ CNN ~
(CNN) -- A new study, funded in part by the federal government, suggests alcohol has a more extreme impact on drivers than marijuana.

Bruce Kennedy  ~  WeedWorthy ~
Taylor West, Deputy Director of the National Cannabis Industry Association, talks about the changes currently facing the industry as it evolves and grows.

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The family of a New Zealand teenager, who has been in a coma for weeks, believes cannabis oil could save their son – but they need a law change.

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A growing number of conventional companies are making the decision to branch out, and grab a piece of the cannabis market.

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Andrew M. Seaman ~ Reuters ~
 Moderate- or high-quality evidence supports the use of marijuana for some medical conditions, but not for others, according to a fresh review of past research.

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Bruce Kennedy  ~  WeedWorthy ~
Taylor West, Deputy Director of the National Cannabis Industry Association, talks about how much the American political landscape has changed when it comes to lawmakers and their perceptions of legal marijuana

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Two NJ lawmakers introduce a bill requiring school boards to set policies for mmj use in statewide schools.