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Lawsuit Against Washington, D.C. Alleges Discrimination Against Cannabis Users

In September, Washington D.C. mayor Murial Bowser brought an end to months of anxious waiting on the part of city workers who lawfully consume cannabis. The new mayoral order clarified that the use of cannabis for any reason cannot prevent a person from getting or maintaining a government job. The order also blocked any city …

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Maine May Finally Have Legal Cannabis Retail by March 2020

Officials in Maine are projecting that cannabis will be on sale in stores by March 2020. A crucial piece of the state’s law has taken effect, which has enabled the Maine Office of Marijuana Policy to finalize the rules governing the sale of cannabis. The Associated Press reported that the legislature “made tweaks to Maine’s …

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THC in Urine is Associated with Lower Opioid Concentrations In Pain Patients, Finds Study

According to a new study published in the journal Pain Management, the presence of THC metabolites in the urine of patients undergoing pain management is associated with lower levels of opioids. For the study, researchers analyzed approximately 800,000 urine drug test results collected from pain management patients between the years 2016 and 2018. The study …

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California’s First Marijuana Cafe Opens Its Doors

Lowell Farms: A Cannabis Cafe has officially opened its doors in West Hollywood, becoming the first legal marijuana cafe in the state.“We are excited to be that flagship, that benchmark, to show people that cannabis business isn’t something that is scary,” general manager Kevin Brady told Reuters. “It’s something that hasn’t been legal for 120 …

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Why Some Pet Owners Are Turning to CBD to Treat Their Ailing Animals

Adopted at six weeks, Jenelle Hamilton’s 8-pound Chihuahua mix, Apple, had always been high-strung. But in August, as Hamilton, who works in public relations, began traveling more frequently on business, the dog’s behavior turned alarming. Along with her excessive barking and bouts of compulsive fur-licking, Apple refused to eat and paced by the front door …

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