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The Insurance Industry Is Poised For Huge Profits Thanks to Weed
Savvy insurance companies know they have an unparalleled opportunity to provide coverage in a new and growing industry--if and when Congress acts.
The Cannabis "Entourage Effect" Is Real, Say Scientists
It's all in the terpenes.
Lawmakers in Illinois Wants to Protect Workers Who Use Weed During Their Off Hours
You can drink alcohol when you're not at work. A new law in Illinois is trying to make it safe to use cannabis, too.
How Do You Expunge a Marijuana Conviction? It Depends on Where You Live
There's a lot of confusion about decriminalization and records expungement.
The Fastest-Growing Cannabis Consumers May Surprise You
New demographic research points to new opportunities for cannabis businesses.
How Many Marijuana-Related Arrests Occur Each Year?
The answer may surprise you.
What Will the Sha'Carri Richardson Ban Mean for the Future of Cannabis in the Olympics?
Richardson didn't compete in the Tokyo Olympics, but she deserves a gold medal for bringing the issue of cannabis and athletics to the conversation.
New Mexico Offers a Big Opportunity for Cannabis Entrepreneurs
State leaders already have doubled the amount of weed growers can produce in anticipation of demand when recreational sales start in early 2022
Study: Legal Weed Leads to a Drop in Opioid-Related Emergency Room Visits
This is "a welcome public health development," says the study's lead author.
As Americans Resume Travel, Cannabis Tourism Is Expected to Boom
About a third of vacationers polled say they interest in weed-related activities.