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Lawmakers Call on Attorney General to Allow State-Legal Weed in Federal Cannabis Researchers

Legislators from both sides of the aisle encouraged AG William Barr to remove cannabis research barriers and allow state-legal producers to provide product for clinical studies. A bipartisan group of Senators and Congress members joined forces late last week to call on federal officials to expand the scope of cannabis research and allow state-legal marijuana companies to participate in clinical …

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California Cannabis Leaders Call for Meeting With Governor and Regulators to Discuss Industry Woes

After two years of legal sales, Golden State operators want Governor Newsom and the Bureau of Cannabis Control to make concrete changes to bolster the struggling industry. Business leaders in California’s growing cannabis industry are banding together to call on state regulators and Governor Gavin Newsom to step in and implement adjusted licensing and operating procedures to promote growth in …

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Nevada Cannabis Regulators Suspend Testing Lab License Over Inflated THC Percentages

Silver State officials began their inquiry into the Certified Ag testing facility after reports of mold and yeast in local weed, but shut down the business after discovering “misleading” THC results. Spark, Nevada based cannabis testing facility Certified Ag Labs has had their license suspended indefinitely after state regulators concluded that the company had produced doctored certifications reporting “inaccurate and …

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Medical vs Recreational Cannabis: What’s the Difference?

The last decade has seen a tremendous shift as more states move to legalize cannabis for recreational or adult use purposes, while some states remain medical only, and others remain under prohibition. The move to legalize cannabis in both medicinal and recreational avenues have people calling into question what the difference is between medical and recreational cannabis. Is there really …