Citing legal concerns, the University of Maryland’s School of Pharmacy has canceled plans to offer training for those who work in the medical marijuana industry. After consulting with the Maryland attorney general’s office, the university asked pharmacy school officials to cancel the classes, a university spokesman said. While marijuana has been legalized for medical purposes […]

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While the drug therapy is becoming more widely available, the science is still not clear on how it may help. Image: © tvirbickis/Thinkstock Medical marijuana has been approved in 28 states and the District of Columbia, but researchers are still trying to connect the dots as to how, and if, it works. “Unfortunately, there are […]

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FORT COLLINS — Larimer County Commissioners on Tuesday agreed to allow marijuana dispensaries in the county to sell edibles to recreational users, something the owners of the two dispensaries in the unincorporated county had said would leveled the playing field in the business. After much public debate over public health concerns associated with edibles, the […]

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Carbondale trustees are leaning toward eliminating the town’s cap on recreational marijuana shops, while also tightening the time frame that newly licensed shops have to get up and running. This discussion came up during a Tuesday work session after a couple instances of marijuana businesses sitting on their retail licenses, then selling them for big […]

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MILFORD, Mass. — Heading to the polls in force Tuesday, voters backed a ban on recreational marijuana shops and grow and testing facilities in town. The Milford Daily News reports the referendum, with 56.3 percent of voters supporting the prohibition, came less than a year after a majority of Milford voters supported legalizing the drug […]

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NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwired – Sep 14, 2017) – NetworkNewsWire (“NNW”), a multifaceted financial news and publishing company, today announces the publication of an editorial featuring InMed Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (CSE: IN) (OTCQB: IMLFF), a client of NNW specializing in the development of novel therapeutics leveraging the pharmacological benefits of cannabinoids. The publication, titled, “Biosynthesis Technology Could […]

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SEATTLE, WA–(Marketwired – Sep 19, 2017) – CFN Media Group (“CannabisFN”), the leading creative agency and digital media network dedicated to legal cannabis, announces the publication of an article examining Pivot Pharmaceuticals Inc. (OTCQB: PVOTF) and its recent acquisition of the BiPhasix™ Transdermal Drug Delivery technology for the delivery of cannabinoids. A major problem with […]

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LITTLE ROCK — “This whole time we always imagined that this day would be the busiest and that is very true.” And a busy day it was at the ABC Board building on Monday. More than 300 would-be growers and distributors of Arkansas’ initial medical marijuana crop flooded the state office building, turning in thousands of […]

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Under the laws of 29 states and Washington, D.C., patients seeking medical marijuana must get official recommendations from doctors. But a local lawmaker in the nation’s capital is looking to change that. Under the Medical Marijuana Improvement Amendment Act of 2017, patients would be allowed to self-certify as qualifying for medical cannabis. MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images That means they […]

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Peter DeBenedittis, a dark horse candidate for governor of New Mexico, on Monday released a detailed “statement of principles” calling forthe legalization of marijuana for recreational use. And later Monday, two other Democrats running for governor in next year’s election also said they support legalization. Despite the fact that the neighboring state of Colorado legalized marijuana for recreational use more than three years ago — and even though […]

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TWIN FALLS Last fall, Nevada legalized recreational marijuana, becoming the third state bordering Idaho to do so and opening the possibility that pot will soon be sold legally a short drive from Twin Falls. So far, Idaho has stood fast against the trend of liberalizing marijuana laws sweeping statehouses and ballots across the country. Neither […]

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FORT COLLINS — Larimer County Commissioners on Tuesday agreed to allow marijuana dispensaries in the county to sell edibles to recreational users, something the owners of the two dispensaries in the unincorporated county had said would leveled the playing field in the business. After much public debate over public health concerns associated with edibles, the […]

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