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DELAWARE HOUSE PANEL APPROVES MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION BILL
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DOVER, Del. -- A bill legalizing the recreational use of marijuana in Delaware has cleared its first legislative hurdle. The legislation, which was released Wednesday by a House committee and now goes to the full House for a vote, regulates and taxes marijuana in the same manner as alcohol.
This Cannabis Stock Is Full of Potential and Hasn't Been This Cheap in Months
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Like marijuana, industrial hemp comes from the cannabis plant, but it does not have large concentrations of the compound that makes marijuana a high-inducing drug.
Bill Clinton hails ‘very encouraging’ CBD clinical trial
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A measure legalizing marijuana use in Vermont cleared the state's legislature on Wednesday.
The Coin Shortage Is Further Highlighting Cannabis Industry's Payment Problem
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Use of hemp as a construction material is part of the revival of the crop in America, thanks to entrepreneurs who are thinking big — and small, including a Colorado firm that hosts workshops on hempcrete and builds tiny hemp houses.
CBD and Caffeine: Why You Should Mix CBD With Your Morning Coffee?
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Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law Tuesday a measure that expands the state’s medical marijuana program.
A little cannabis every day might keep brain ageing at bay - Cannabis News
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Can marijuana boost learning and memory as we get older?
Hemp planting set for May 24 in Washington State - Cannabis News
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It’s been nearly a century in the making, but this May will bring with it the first legal planting of the versatile, valuable industrial hemp oilseed and fiber crop in Washington State in approximately 90 years.
Drug decriminalization versus legalization: Here’s the difference
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Australia's health ministers have approved the sale of hemp foods nationwide.
How self-service is helping fuel cannabis dispensaries' nationwide expansion
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“This could potentially create the largest carbon-negative industry in the world."
80 percent of North Carolinians want medical marijuana legalized, poll says - Cannabis News
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North Carolinians overwhelmingly want to see medical marijuana legalized, according to a new Elon University poll.
Oklahoma Recreational Marijuana advocates and opponents prepare for upcoming special election
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COLUMBIA — A bill allowing the growth of industrial hemp has cleared the Senate and is expected to be accepted by the House this week, lining South Carolina farmers up to begin planting the crop before the year is out.
Lawmakers should consult forensic scientists before passing any more Marijuana laws
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Increasingly, marijuana advocates say, Pueblo is turning into the Napa Valley of Weed for those seeking to grow, buy or sell the leafy green plant illegal in much of the world.
Can medical marijuana for veterans move forward in 2019? - Cannabis News
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A roundup of U.S. and international cannabis politics.
Marijuana Use Growing Among Bay Area Women - Cannabis News
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SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Ever since Californians voted to legalize marijuana, more people are embracing it – especially women.
Study finds THC detected in blood or breath does not indicate impairment
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Advocates for legalizing marijuana in Texas for medical purposes delivered a simple plea to state lawmakers Tuesday night: Don’t let misconceptions continue to block a life-improving treatment for people with serious health problems.
'It's going to be a party': Weed prepares to host blowout 420 cannabis festival
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SEDGWICK — Residents of this sleepy little town in far northeast Colorado smile optimistically when talking about the turn their municipality has taken over the past few years.
Congress’ spending bill protects medical pot states - Cannabis News
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WASHINGTON — Congress extended protections to 44 states that have legalized medical marijuana in its proposed $1 trillion spending bill that funds the government through September.
Maine's marijuana market keeps growing, sets sales record in June
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PUEBLO — If the United States stopped viewing CBD as an illegal substance, it would unlock the marijuana compound’s immense potential as medicine, the “father of cannabis research” said Saturday.

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