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Michigan’s recreational marijuana industry continued its steady ascent in February, based on the latest monthly statistical report released by the state Marijuana Regulatory Agency.

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Is my cannabis dispensary still open? In the season of COVID-19, that question just got a lot more complicated.

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Medical marijuana continues to be sold at state-approved dispensaries in Pennsylvania.

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If you’re not currently receiving any treatment for insomnia, or if your current treatment isn’t enhancing the duration and quality of your sleep, you may want to give cannabis a try.

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The ongoing coronavirus health crisis is having a significant financial and cultural impact on the nation’s hemp sector. It is also expected to have a long-term ripple effect on the hemp market for months to come.

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Toilet paper, hand sanitizer and food aren’t the only things flying off the shelves amid the coronavirus scare in Southern California.

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