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Hemp cultivation for non-pharmaceutical could help revert desiccation of farm land.

Specialist doctors in the UK will be able to legally prescribe cannabis-derived medicinal products by autumn, the home secretary has announced.

While the United States and Canada are the countries making the biggest splashes when it comes to cannabis, there are other countries out there that are exploring expanding their marijuana laws and industry.

Europe’s population is more than twice the size of the US and Canada’s combined, suggesting the potential of a considerably larger cannabis market that could be cultivated.

Jamaica’s Rastafarian history spurs a myth that pot is widely accepted — but advocates face hurdles as they push for legalization.

Report proposes legalising billion-dollar cannabis industry to rescue ailing economy.

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