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Alaska Becomes First State to Legalize 'Cannabis Cafes'

A new law allows dispensaries to maintain a separate area where people can smoke what they buy.

dispensaries.com

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Florida Finally Allows Actual Marijuana Flower in Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

A new law is likely to result in many millions of dollars in sales to patients who have been denied whole flower.

Jeffrey L. Smith

· 5 min read

This Week in Weed: How To Get High The "Proper" Way

Florida light's up, a big acquisition in Nevada, and a book about how to get high

Conrad Martin

· 2 min read

This Discreet Vaporizer Is Redefining Vaping

The Hippie Nano Plus Vaporizer is a tiny accessory that packs a powerful puff.

Entrepreneur Store

· 2 min read

Israeli Study Finds Marijuana Has Promise for Treating Autism Symptoms

Early results find cannabis helps many patients with a wide range of symptoms.

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Adult-Use Marijuana Is a 'No-Brainer' for Two Florida Lawmakers but Just a 'No' for Most

Florida, home to strip mall "pill mills" for quickie opioid prescriptions, stubbornly refuses to consider legalizing marijuana for adults.

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· 3 min read

Cannabis Chew? Yep, It's a Thing And It Just Might Be Revolutionary

How a couple of savvy entrepreneurs discovered a new, and possibly improved, way to consume cannabis.

Jonathan Small

· 5 min read

5 Big Predictions for Cannabis This Year

Big pharma, microdosing and inter-state commerce are among some trends to watch.

Ryan G. Smith

· 6 min read

This Week in Weed: You Won't Believe Our Last Story!

A first for New England, MedMen gets booted, and a story I still can't believe is true.

Conrad Martin

· 2 min read

CBD: Hazy Regulations, Huge Rewards Lure Entrepreneurs

The market for CBD is booming in a gray area of the law. Little is clear except there is a lot of money to be made.

Garrett Rudolph

· 12 min read

Presidential Candidates Back Marijuana Justice Act, But What Would It Do?

The bill would end the War on Drugs and allot funds to repair the damage it caused low-income communities.

dispensaries.com

· 3 min read