Cannabis Tourism is Canada’s Next Budding Industry

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By Daily Hive The legalization of cannabis is creating opportunities for a variety of businesses, whether it be real estate, food, and most certainly, tourism. According to one trade expert, cannabis tourism is already an established industry in Canada, particularly on the West Coast. “Canna-tourism, at its most basic level, is really about support for… Read more »

Voters In Seven States Will See These Marijuana Questions On Election Day

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By Marijuana Moment When voters head to the polls in November, they won’t just be deciding on U.S. senators, members of Congress, governors and other elected officials. They’ll also be voting on a number of far-reaching marijuana ballot initiatives. Some concern full marijuana legalization and others would allow medical cannabis, while one is about the… Read more »

Cannabusters Myth: CBD is Not Psychoactive

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By Daily Hive By, The Daily Hive Every day, in every way, cannabis legalization in Canada is getting closer. But despite all the hype, noise, and publicity, there seems to be recurring cannabis myths flying around that just won’t quit. Until cannabis is legal, our Canadian content partner Grow by Daily Hive, tackles common myths… Read more »

This Weed In News: Oregon Counts its Cash; California Makes its Laws; Colorado Senator Wants to Keep Drug Officials Honest

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By Monterey Bud There’s minimal debate that marijuana legalization generates new tax revenue — as Oregon has shown in its reporting of legal marijuana sales — increases civil liberties, and makes room in our overcrowded prisons and jails for real criminals. But, as Democratic California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed three progressive cannabis bills while the… Read more »

California Enacts Marijuana Crime Expungements, Equity Aid

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By Marijuana.com Staff By, Toni Denis A new mass expungement law, an “equity” law to provide $10 million in funding for disadvantaged business operators to enter the marijuana field, and a law to provide venues with temporary special-use permits for marijuana events were all signed into law by Democratic California Gov. Jerry Brown on Sept…. Read more »

Tomorrow is Instagram’s Eighth Anniversary. Some in the Cannabis Community Are Protesting Its Policies.

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By Nicolas Juarez Bess Byers is really sick of having her Instagram account disabled. She’s tired seeing her cannabis-related content removed, of trying to log into her account only to find an error message and of filing personal and commercial appeals daily for weeks. Byers, a Seattle resident known as Cannabess on social media, is… Read more »

Dr. Oz and Sanjay Gupta Talk CBD And Marijuana On Daytime TV

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By Marijuana Moment By, Marijuana Moment Lotion. Beer. Water. Kombucha. Lately, nearly everything you can buy to use or consume seems to have versions with CBD added. And despite the confusion around its legality on a national scale, the cannabis compound’s popularity continues to grow. It’s a “CBD oil boom” as Dr. Mehmet Oz is… Read more »

10 Reasons Canada’s Legalization Could Boost Medical Marijuana Use

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By Daily Hive By, Judith Stamps, For the Daily Hive Medical associations remain skeptical about cannabis’ worthiness as medicine, and Canada’s Liberals focus on mostly negative reasons for legalizing the plant, such as protecting youths and eradicating the black market. Despite a lack of overt institutional support, there are solid reasons to expect that, after… Read more »

Mormon Church Backs Deal to Allow Medical Marijuana in Utah

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By Associated Press By, Lindsay Whitehurst SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Mormon church joined lawmakers, the governor and advocates to back a deal Oct. 4, 2018, that would legalize medical cannabis in conservative Utah after months of fierce debate. The compromise comes as people prepare to vote Nov. 6, 2018 on a medical marijuana… Read more »