January 2019

  The formal proposal, sent via Parliament to SER, requests that SER focus on the key areas of the effects of medical marijuana on the tourism sector, the effects on crime and addiction associated with cannabis specifically, the viability of CBD (Cannabidiol) versus cannabis as an industry and, lastly, the potential economic and financial benefits […]

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Mark Taylor is a veteran journalist with a specialty in health and medical topics. He’s a co-founder and past board member of the Association of Health Care Journalists and a former Kaiser Foundation media fellow with deep experience in the economics of health care. … read more at: https://news.weedmaps.com/2019/01/philadelphia-university-creates-masters-course-for-cannabis-education/

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A new study of the economics of Oregon’s recreational cannabis industry shows the state would nearly double its cannabis supply if regulators approved all pending producer applications, which could potentially strain an already glutted market. Oregon’s market has struggled with oversupply issues, driving prices down for adult-use cannabis growers and attracting pressure from federal regulators […]

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CLOSE Andrew Cuomo lays out plan to legalize marijuana in New York Jon Campbell, jcampbell1@gannett.com Drastic changes to New York’s medical marijuana program are tucked into Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s plan to legalize recreational pot. From loosening strict patient eligibility rules to permitting homegrown cannabis for medical use, the once anti-marijuana governor has seemingly conceded to […]

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© iStock/FatCamera Miriam Dalli MEP believes its time for education, research and a common legislative framework regarding medical cannabis in the EU. Dalli believes that denying a patient knowledge and access to a therapy that relieves pain and suffering violates their basic human rights. That’s why she’s calling for education, research and a common legislative […]

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Demand for hemp drives Oregon Cannabis Farmers IndoorsPixabay In a post-Farm Bill world, Oregon is proving to be an interesting test case of the agricultural and economic reality of legal hemp and marijuana coexisting en masse. In short, success is not without its complications. Oregon became one of the first states to legalize recreational marijuana […]

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National Football League, are you listening? Since the onslaught of the medical and recreational marijuana industries, retired and current professionals have come out of the cannabis closet in droves, advocating for the accepted use for athletes, entering the space as investors and launching brands of their own. In a 2016 survey of 226 of the […]

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BEER-SHEVA, Israel…January 31, 2019 – In a new study of patients with autism who are 18 years old and under, researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) and Soroka University Medical Center report that cannabis as a treatment for autism spectrum disorders appears to be a well-tolerated, safe and effective option to relieve symptoms […]

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Canndescent™ Launches the Stylus™ Series, Reconceptualizing Cannabis Vaping as a Transformative, Luxury Experience California’s luxury cannabis leader launches ultra-premium oil cartridges, ready-to-use-pens and a three-setting, rechargeable vape accessory SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Jan. 31, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Canndescent, California’s number one-selling brand of luxury cannabis flower in 2018, redefines vaping in 2019 by inviting consumers to […]

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