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Adult-Use vs. Medical Cannabis Markets: What Investors Need to Know

In order for the market to truly break out, we’ll need to start thinking differently about cannabis.The marijuana sector is rapidly evolving. Although the drug is still illegal at the federal level, 16 states and Washington, D.C. have approved the drug for adult-use, and over 30 states have approved the drug for medical use. The …

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The First Cannabis Patent Infringement Lawsuit Has Officially Concluded

We’ve reported pretty extensively on the progress of United Cannabis Corporation’s (UCANN) patent infringement lawsuit against Pure Hemp Collective, Inc. since it was filed back in July 2018. (See posts here, here, here, here, here, here… and here!) In the initial months, this was a fascinating case to watch because it was the first of its …

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South Dakota Supreme Court to Hear Recreational Cannabis Case this Month

South Dakota has been in the headlines for both good and bad reasons since they legalized cannabis with a ballot measure during the last election cycle. While they did manage to legalize, anti-cannabis forces immediately sued over this decision. Now, the case comes before the South Dakota Supreme Court.  Amendment A, which legalized adult-use cannabis …

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New Zealand’s Largest Medicinal Cannabis Farm Begins Harvest

New Zealand’s largest medicinal cannabis farm’s first harvest is well underway, with thousands of its organic plants already drying. More than 40 workers are expected to be on site during the peak of Puro’s Kēkerengū harvest, which is being carried out completely by hand. The 10-hectare crop, north of Kaikōura, was planted in December, and …

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Cannabis Group’s National Plan Launching 420 Aims To Help Workers, ‘Bring Equity And Dignity’ To Pot

Hamilton workers with United Weed Workers plan April 20 start of campaign. A group of Hamilton cannabis workers looking to improve working conditions in the pot business plans to launch a national campaign on April 20 — or 420, commonly known as Weed Day. United Weed Workers says the group’s goal is to help workers …

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Virginia Adult-Use, Home Growing Cannabis Law To Take Effect July 1, Three Years Ahead Of Schedule

Virginia became the first state in the South to legalize adult-use cannabis after the state’s lawmakers approved Wednesday several changes to cannabis bills SB 1406 and HB 2312, proposed by Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, writes NORML. What happenedThe two bills would create a statutory timeline for the legalization of the commercial cannabis market in the …

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Michigan University Offers Cannabis Chemistry Scholarship—The First In The Nation

Lake Superior State University is making history as the first school to offer a cannabis chemistry scholarship to students, a move that is exciting for those looking to enter the industry.  This Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan college has already been in the news for offering their groundbreaking cannabis chemistry program, something that has been available …

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