Recall issued for Boulder-grown marijuana after pesticide residues detected

The Colorado Department of Revenue has issued a safety and health advisory after potentially unsafe pesticide residues were found on certain medical marijuana plant material and products. The revenue department, in conjunction with the Colorado Department of Agriculture and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, released the warning…

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Colorado Cannabis Lessons 6 Years After Legalization

Six Years After Colorado Legalization this is what the Data says https://www.skyhinews.com/news/legalizing-marijuana-doesnt-appear-to-have-created-a-colorado-crime-wave-according-to-state-report/ It’s been six years since Colorado embarked on the social experiment known as “Legal Cannabis”. Since then, many things have happened. We’ve seen an evolution within the marketplace, higher oversight from the government and much more. Recently the…

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After long wait, 1st legal marijuana shops on East Coast to open

By?Bob Salsberg, The Associated Press NORTHAMPTON, Mass. — With its youthful vibe and eclectic mix of culture, a small Massachusetts city seems a logical site for the nation’s first legal recreational marijuana sales east of Colorado. An existing medical marijuana dispensary in Northampton — nestled in Massachusetts’ scenic Pioneer Valley…

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Malaysia Abolishes Death Penalty After Cannabis Oil Case

Malaysia Abolishes Death Penalty After Cannabis Oil Case Asian nations have some of the harshest drug penalties in the world, and Malaysia is no exception. In February earlier this year, 6 individuals were sentenced to death because of drug trafficking. No matter what your nationality is, the punishments are brutal…

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Two people arrested in Pueblo County after fire at mobile home, investigators suspect hash oil blaze

Two people were arrested Tuesday afternoon in Pueblo County after firefighters and police responded to a fire, which allegedly was sparked by butane hash oil production. The fire broke out in the back of a mobile home in the 100 block of 32 3/4 Lane in the St. Charles Mesa…

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Should Medical Marijuana Be Phased Out In Canada After October 17?

Should Medical Marijuana Be Phased Out In Canada After October 17? Some doctors in Canada think that the medical cannabis system should be dropped once recreational use is legalized by October 17, while others feel that this isn’t necessary. “The medical profession, as a whole, has really struggled with the…

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Cannabis Protects Blood-Brain Barrier After Hemorrhage Says New Study

Cannabis Protects Blood-Brain Barrier After Hemorrhage Says New Study Hemorrhage is a medical term that describes bleeding and blood loss within (internal bleeding) or outside (external bleeding) of the body. It can affect any part of the body, but internal bleeding arises after blood leaks from a damaged organ or…

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After 80-Year Prohibition, US Senate Finally Legalizes Hemp

After 80-Year Prohibition, US Senate Finally Legalizes Hemp The US Senate has just passed a bill that would legalize hemp as an agricultural commodity, according to reports from the United Press International (UPI). The measure is part of the Farm Bill, supported by Mitch McConnell, Senate Republican leader. “I have…

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Synthetic Weed, Now Synthetic CBD: 52 People In Utah Get Sick After Using Fake CBD Products

Synthetic Weed, Now Synthetic CBD: 52 People In Utah Get Sick After Using Fake CBD Products After a wave of synthetic weed poisonings took a toll on hundreds of people around the country over the last few years, now there are cases of fake CBD making people sick. The Centers…

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Cannabis extracts remain classified as dangerous drugs after federal court ruling siding with DEA

A federal appeals court dealt a blow this week to makers of CBD-rich cannabis extracts who were trying to stop the DEA from classifying their products as dangerous drugs. A panel of judges for the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals shot down the hemp industry’s challenge of a U.S.…

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