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Most Of The $1.5 Billion Spent on Cannabis Research Went To Studies Telling People How Bad It Is For Them
A new study shows the majority of cannabis research funding goes to studies that focus on the potentially harmful effects rather than medicinal uses.
As part of a government program, the social media platform has been messaging users on the dangers of substance abuse.
Research from Canada has found that, unlike opioids, using cannabis as a treatment does not lead to increased pain sensitivity.
A new study reports cannabis sales in 2020 have stabilized at a rate 40 percent higher than in 2019, setting the stage for further growth in a post-coronavirus world
Rapper Snoop Dogg, NBA star Kevin Durant, and former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz are all on board to pass the Dutchie pon the left-hand side.
The Wolverine state continues to lead the pack in the Midwest.
Twenty percent of cannabis farms in Oregon are currently under evacuation, several farms in California are lost, and more are threatened
The preliminary studies in Israel and Georgia indicate that cannabis may lessen the severity of so-called cytokine storms.
A Congressional report quantifies what we all suspected was happening: Drug cartels are taking a hit as the legal cannabis market expands.
A new law in Louisiana allows physicians to prescribe medical marijuana for any patient whom they think needs it.
Previous studies have found an association between using a synthetic THC product and lower levels of agitation in people with moderate to severe cases of Alzheimer's disease.
A new bill filed by Sen. Tina Smith of Minnesota would end marijuana prohibition, which she called a failed policy that leads to racist over policing
When a state legalizes marijuana, it doesn't lead to higher crime in neighboring states, a new study finds. Yet another marijuana myth is buried.
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Members of the Democratic National Committee rejected an amendment to the platform that called for legalization by a 105-60 vote.