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A new study upends the myth of the lazy stoner, finding that people over 60 who use marijuana engage in more weekly exercise than people who don't.
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"Smoking pot just once shouldn't prevent a patriotic American from fighting for our country. We need to exercise common sense when it comes to our marijuana policies," U.S. Representative Ruben Gallego said.
Heartland voters may get the chance to decide on medical marijuana after an organization gathered more signatures than needed to put legalization on the ballot.
The survey indicates that the shift in American views on marijuana continues to evolve in favor of cannabis.
The Canadian study adds to the growing amount of research that has not only found that marijuana is effective in treating pain, but may also work well as a substitute for opioids.
The study from British Columbia offers insights into why men use marijuana for sex, including maximizing pleasure, lowering inhibitions, and decreasing stress.
As nationwide protests focus the country's attention on racial issues, marijuana legalization–and how it ties to social justice–is moving to centerstage.
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Two new studies from the American Civil Liberties Union show racial disparities persist in cannabis arrests across the nation, even in states where marijuana has become legal.
Home and living mogul Martha Stewart has moved into the cannabis industry, advising Canopy Growth on a line of pet CBD products set to debut in September of 2020.
"All signs point to 2020 being the year that recreational marijuana finally becomes legal in Arizona," says Paul Bentz, Sr., Vice President of Research and Strategy at HighGround.
Consumers are making the best argument that legal marijuana can help reignite the economy by purchasing cannabis products in record numbers across the country.
The coronavirus may set back the island nation from putting regulations in place for the export and import of medical cannabis, a situation that has led to investors pulling out.