Cannabis News

Cannabis tourism may soon take over Massachusetts, and 420 Suites says it wants to be on the front lines of pot trips in Boston.

Social Life Network Inc. CEO Ken Tapp tells Proactive Investors the social network and e-commerce technology company will launch its first Cannabis MicroCap Investor Conference, MjMicro, on June 25, at The Westin Grand Central Hotel in New York.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) clarified on Friday that hemp seeds can be imported into the U.S., and that the Justice Department no longer has a role in that process.

In case you had any doubt about how mainstream and corporate 4/20 has become, you only had to attend the one-day-only inauguration of the Carl’s Jr. CBD burger Saturday, at one of its restaurants in a northern section of Denver.

Experts suggest that property values get a contact high from retail marijuana because home buyers, entrepreneurs and job seekers who flood a newly legal marketplace create “unprecedented business and employment opportunities.”

Arizona-based researcher Dr. Sue Sisley is spearheading an extraordinary lawsuit against the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), demanding that the agency stop dragging its feet on a years-old promise to end the federal government’s monopoly on growing cannabis for clinical research.

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Monday August 19

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Monday August 19

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Tuesday August 20

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Tuesday August 20

California’s legal marijuana will outsell the black market in 5 years, forecast says

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