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Federal Government

Cannabis

Federal Appeals Court Orders DEA to Reconsider if Marijuana Belongs on Schedule 1

The court called DEA "dilatory" for the agency's notoriously stubborn refusal to objectively consider the health benefits of cannabis.

America Began Alcohol Prohibition in 1919 but It's Edging Toward Ending Cannabis Prohibition in 2019

A century after the 18th Amendment prohibited alcohol the nation seems ready to finally let adults make their own choices about cannabis.

Cannabis Industry Leaders Anticipate More Legalization and More Competition in 2019

Huge, risk adverse corporations with deep pockets are ready for when cannabis is legal.

AG Jeff Sessions Was (Basically) Fired: The Cannabis Industry Reacts

We tried but we couldn't find anybody unhappy about it.

DEA Moves Some CBD Medicines off Schedule 1

Though a limited expansion of cannabis access it is a significant time DEA has removed cannabis in any from Schedule 1.

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