When liberal leaning states like California, Washington and Colorado sparked the movement towards marijuana legalization it hardly invoked much surprise.
Though cannabis is often associated with “the munchies” in popular culture, University of Toronto researcher Justin Matheson is asking whether cannabinoids—naturally occurring compounds in the plant—can actually be used to treat obesity.
Malta has become the first EU country to legalise the cultivation and personal use of cannabis.
With the global legal marijuana market projected to reach $70.6 billion by 2028, more and more entrepreneurs and investors are looking for opportunities to get a foothold in this emerging industry.
A big obstacle in marijuana legalization is that some lawmakers remain skeptical about the health benefits of cannabis. While there is plenty of anecdotal evidence out there, cold hard facts are hard to come by. And that’s why news of a recent bipartisan bill in Congress has me optimistic that it could lead to legalization down the road.
New Jersey Governor ‘Open-Minded’ To Allowing Marijuana Home Grow As State Works To Implement Legalization
The governor of New Jersey says he’s open to giving adults the right to cultivate marijuana for personal use.
New York Governor Says Marijuana Legalization Will Create ‘Thousands’ Of Jobs And Touts Regulatory Appointments
The governor of New York says marijuana legalization will generate “thousands and thousands of jobs” in the state, and she’s touting her recent actions to make regulatory appointments for the industry to get implementation underway.
The number of New Jersey communities opting out of the legal marijuana industry has increased dramatically in recent weeks, reaching almost three-quarters of the municipalities in the state.
What is “sustainable” cannabis? In California’s Emerald Triangle, it starts with terroir and sunshine
From 2013 to 2018, 50 percent of growth in consumer packaged goods came from products marketed as sustainable, and the green tech and sustainability market is predicted to be worth $36.6 billion by 2025.
The movement focuses on the remaining 14 states that have not enacted comprehensive medical marijuana programs or full marijuana legalization