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A new survey shows Americans still have concerns about openly supporting marijuana. While 66 percent support cannabis legalization, only 34 percent would put a cannabis-related bumper sticker on their car.
Illinois and Michigan have seen rising cannabis sales. Meanwhile, in Massachusetts, recreational dispensaries were not deemed "essential" and still face an uncertain timeline for reopening.
Advocates in Texas are pitching the idea that legalizing marijuana can help the state recover billions of lost revenue caused by COVID-19 outbreak.
Lebanon is officially the first country in the populous Arab region to legalize cannabis. Lebanese leadership hopes exporting medical marijuana can revive its struggling economy.
As marijuana goes mainstream, companies look to produce a product that's as reliable as potato chips. A recent survey shows consistency in THC levels is what consumers want.
The DEA has finally released rules on how the federal agency will evaluate companies that want to grow marijuana for scientific research. It's good news, if it follows through.
Let's pray for the extroverts. Will stay-at-home measures lead to cannabis legalization sooner rather than later?
As things stand, marijuana companies can't apply for federal loan funds. That's also blocking them from getting any federal COVID-19 disaster relief money.
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The Republic Of North Macedonia on the Balkan Peninsula is one government amendment away from becoming a major player in the growing European marijuana market.
Six years after adult-use cannabis became legal, delivery is finally allowed in Colorado. It's only available in two cities, so far, with plans to expand in 2021.
Grocery stores, pharmacies, cannabis dispensaries. The historic change for marijuana to be deemed an essential service, explained.
Jangled nerves about an uncertain future have led people in Oklahoma - and around the country - to use medical marijuana as a balm for anxiety.
The first cannabis-infused drink from the Tweed brand in Canada is about to become available on store shelves and online across the country.
The new collective bargaining agreement approved by players allows them to use marijuana - but only if they are willing to pay for it when they get caught.