Large-Scale Cannabis Business Park in Detroit Will Train Past Marijuana Offenders

Detroit may soon be home to a multi-million business project that aims to help correct damage done by racially biased cannabis policing. WXYZ Detroit reports that Green Cure Wellness and Southeast Provisioning’s new business complex will put priority on training … Read the article

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$9 Million Donation Given to Harvard and MIT to Promote Cannabis Research

An alumnus of Harvard and MIT has made a donation to promote cannabis research at both schools.

In an announcement Tuesday, Charles R. Broderick said he is donating $9 million—split evenly between the two institutions—in support of research into … Read the article

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Lt. Governor of Texas Declares Marijuana Decriminalization Bill “Dead in the Senate”

On Monday, Texas House lawmakers accomplished an historic first for the state. They voted to approve a partial decriminalization bill that would have reduced penalties for the possession of small quantities of cannabis. But as soon as the House sent … Read the article

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Texas House of Representatives Vote to Decriminalize Marijuana

A bill that effectively decriminalizes the possession of small amounts of marijuana was approved on Monday by the Texas House of Representatives. Under the measure, House Bill 63, a fine of up to $500 would be imposed for possession … Read the article

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Registering Cannabis-Related Trademarks in California

Registering Cannabis-Related Trademarks in California

Author: California Secretary of State’s Office
Published: Apr 29, 2019
Sacramento, California

The Secretary of State’s Office has created a new brochure with information regarding registering cannabis-related trademarks in California. The contents of this document

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Iowa: Lawmakers Approve Medical Cannabis Expansion Legislation

House and Senate lawmakers have approved legislation, House File 732, to expand the state’s medical cannabis access program. The measure now awaits action from Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds.

Under existing law, licensed dispensaries may only dispense plant-derived … Read the article

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House Veterans Affairs Subcommittee To Hear Three Cannabis Bills

On April 30, the House Veterans’ Affairs Subcommittee on Health will hold a hearing for multiple pieces of legislation, including the VA Medicinal Cannabis Research Act, the Veterans Equal Access Act and the Veterans Cannabis Use for Safe Healing Act.… Read the article

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‘Workaholics’ Creator’s Band Debuts Pot-Friendly Video on HTTV

Kyle Newacheck, one of the creative forces behind the hit Comedy Central series ‘Workaholics,’ is bringing his talents to High Times TV this week with the debut of a pot-friendly video from his band Fade Up Fade Out Bye ByeRead the article

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Connecticut Lawmakers to Hold Hearing TODAY on Proposal to Tax Adult Cannabis Sales, Distribute Revenue to Underserved Communities

HARTFORD, Conn. — The Connecticut Joint Committee on Finance, Revenue and Bonding will hold a hearing today on a proposal to tax adult cannabis sales and distribute the revenue to underserved communities. It is scheduled to begin at 11:30 a.m. … Read the article

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Recreational Marijuana to Enter the Mexican Market Before October


Even though marijuana is still illegal in many countries around the world, it’s prominence is increasing day by day. Taken from a Gallup report which stated 66% of the US population is in favor of cannabis legalization. From null to Read the article