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France's Softening Stance On Cannabis Opens Up Huge Economic Potential - Cannabis News
France still has some of the most stringent anti-cannabis regulations in Europe but things are slowly changing, opening up huge opportunities in the world's seventh largest economy.
South Korea To Allow Medical Cannabis Imports Starting In March - Cannabis News
Almost three months after the legalization of medical marijuana, the South Korean government is moving forward and plans to allow imports of weed starting next month.
A Mexican cabinet official is asking the country’s citizens whether they support legalizing marijuana—in a Twitter poll.
Jacana, a newly launched local medical cannabis company, has completed the country's first international export of the Jamaican medical cannabis flower.
What’s in a name? When it comes to cannabis, the terminology has its own regional flair - Cannabis News
Name another substance known by as many different names as cannabis. Go ahead.
According to the federal statistics office, nearly one in six Canadians (15.4 percent) have consumed cannabis over the past three months.
European Parliament Passes Cannabis Resolution, Joins WHO In Supporting Medical Marijuana - Cannabis News
Following reports about the World Health Organization (WHO) recommending a rescheduling of cannabis and several of its key components under international drug treaties, the European Parliament voted on Wednesday on a resolution that would help advance medical cannabis in the countries that form the European Union.
Cannabis shortages appeared almost immediately after recreational marijuana was legalized in Canada four months ago.
Athenians and tourists can now buy cannabis products from a vending machine which was installed earlier this week in the center of the Greek capital.
Global health group appears ready to suggest relaxing treaty language, which could hasten widespread legalization.
Canada railroads re-write drug policies for workers in light of cannabis legalization - Cannabis News
Teamsters Rail Conference Canada President Lyndon Isaak says all three railroads have adjusted their policies in light of the legalization of cannabis in October.
The pot growth story has mostly focused on developments in Canada and the U.S., but one broker says medical cannabis and wellness products are proving a bigger money spinner than it had expected in Europe.