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Colombia could supply 44% of the global demand for medicinal marijuana in 2018 after the board of directors of the country’s Drug Control Fund authorized the harvest of 40,5 tons of this plant for export-only proposes.

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Vermont Gov. Phil Scott said Thursday that, barring unforeseen technicalities, he will sign the bill legalizing personal cultivation and possession of marijuana.

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Few people have specific training in cannabis, so employers look for related knowledge and experience and a desire and ability to learn a new field quickly.

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A recent poll has found strong support for medical marijuana legislation in South Carolina.

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Connecticut cannabis activists believe that legalization of recreational cannabis isn’t a matter of if, it’s a matter of when.

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Uruguay has become the first country in the world where the cannabis market, its production and marketing are in the hands of the state.

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Legalizing marijuana nationwide would create at least $132 billion in tax revenue and more than a million new jobs across the United States in the next decade, according to a new study.

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Terpenes are chemical chains that, among other things, give a plant its fragrance. Moreover, it’s widely held that terpenes have a pharmacology, meaning they have certain properties or reactions which can have a therapeutic value.

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Nevada lawmakers said Tuesday that Congress must address federal marijuana laws following a decision by the Trump administration to lower the barrier on federal prosecutions in states that have decriminalized use for medical and recreational purposes.

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Nuuvera Deutschland has broken ground on a new facility in Germany for storage and packaging of medical cannabis products.

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The World Anti-Doping Agency removed CBD from its prohibited substance list on Jan. 1, but cannabis remains illegal in South Korea, host of this year's Winter Games.

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With 2018 just beginning to unfold, cannabis pioneers weigh in and share their hopes for the year ahead.

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A new $3.2 million facility near Binghamton, New York, is the first in the United States to receive some form of government assistance to promote the processing of hemp.

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When it comes to quality cannabis, it all begins with a quality seed created by a breeder.

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The WHO’s support for legal CBD oil puts the global community at odds with some elements in the U.S. government that continue to fight against the legalization of hemp and cannabis.

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The fresh pledges of support come amid calls from congressional members to shore up protections for states that have legalized marijuana.

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Eight years into running Cannasure, one of the only insurance businesses in the country specializing in the cannabis industry, Patrick McManamon is now in position for explosive growth.

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Oklahoma voters will get to decide on June 26 whether to legalize medical marijuana.

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At least two cannabis dispensaries in San Francisco may have seen more customers than ever before on Saturday, when it became legal for authorized dispensaries to sell weed to any adult over the age of 21 without a medical marijuana card.

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