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While some medical marijuana states allow home cultivation, others do not, potentially harming lives during the coronavirus outbreak.
Across the globe, companies are racing to develop a cure for COVID-19. Technology from the cannabis industry could be useful in creating a vaccine or oral treatment.
No substantial scientific evidence currently exists that proves marijuana will reverse the effects of the coronavirus.
"People are consuming a lot of cannabis right now," NewTropic CEO Alex Rowland said.
How can you avoid transmitting the virus, and what should you do if you become so bored that watching paint dry sounds like top-notch entertainment?
Coronavirus COVID-19 already has caused a number of state legislatures to temporarily shut down, including ones on the East Coast that were weighing recreational marijuana legalization measures.
As Cities Declare Cannabis An 'Essential Business,' Here's How Businesses Are Rallying To Help Customers
Dispensaries in California are coming together and seeing unprecedented growth amid the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
Americans have included marijuana and liquor as an essential good to have during the coronavirus outbreak.
From reserving hours for the senior community to offering food banks for kids without lunches, here's how the cannabis community of entrepreneurs are helping during the coronavirus pandemic.
A letter to Mitch McConnell: Hemp deserves a place in the United State's coronavirus stimulus package.
Cannabis stores in Ontario and Alberta reported "unprecedented demand" as the country hunkers down to fight a worsening coronavirus outbreak.
The outbreak of COVID-19 demands special attention from all members of society in order to mitigate the spread of the disease.