Cannabis Research

Chelsea Clinton made a pretty bold assertion about the health risks of marijuana during a campaign event in Ohio on Saturday. The daughter of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton implied that multiple deaths in Colorado, where the substance is legal for medical and recreational purposes, could be attributed to pot. After she acknowledged that, “anecdotally,” […]

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With the legalization of commercial pot statewide and the mixed messages it can present to students, members of a marijuana youth education organization say students are in need of information and resources on the subject. Through its Institute of Cannabis Research, Colorado State University-Pueblo administrators and faculty are discussing a possible partnership with the Marijuana […]

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Reforms to the state’s medical marijuana program will allow Connecticut hospitals, universities, growers and dispensaries to conduct research into medical cannabis, supplementing the limited federal research available on the drug’s palliative effects. The Department of Consumer Protection will begin accepting research proposals Oct. 1. The move is part of a number of changes to the […]

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Editor’s Note: In anticipation of the presidential debates, Motherboard has graded Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on the depth of their insight, and the viability of their policies, regarding the subjects near and dear to us: cybersecurity, health, energy, space, environment, telecom and, of course, marijuana. Spoiler: It’s not always pretty. Quick: What’s something—perhaps one […]

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Image source: Getty Images. When searching for America’s fastest-growing industries, chances are you’ll find marijuana near, or at, the top. Cannabis research firm ArcView pegged legal sales of the drug at $5.4 billion in 2015 and believes the legal industry can grow organically by 30% per year through 2020. This would bring legal sales for […]

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Long Beach, CA, September 26 27, 2016: Cannabis leaders and elected officials come together to share information and to recommend and discuss their concerns and solutions about impending legislation and the complicated regulations at the State of Marijuana conference in Long Beach.  The State of Marijuana will not only make history by taking place on the Queen Mary […]

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