New data links cannabis use by multiple sclerosis patients with symptom mitigation and reduced use of prescription drugs.
A review of student papers found that “marijuana” was probably the most-mentioned word in college essays across the United States in 2018 with more to come.
As higher awareness of the personal spiritual and sacramental value of cannabis emerges worldwide, some will make a conscious pilgrimage to Jamaica in June.
New research shows that seniors with access to medical cannabis reported less pain, greater overall health and better employment prospects.
Legislation in both Houses of Congress would protect financial institutions from prosecution and ease restrictions on state-compliant cannabis businesses.
Alaska's licensed cannabis retailers may soon apply for an "on-site consumption" permit. They might be open by tourist high season, but not for 4/20.
New Jersey's governor and legislative leaders delayed a vote to legalize cannabis in late March but will press forward with the plan. "It will get passed."
Florida welcomes medical marijuana conference with new law that allows patients there to smoke or vape herbal cannabis, the most popular means of ingestion.
Alaska has taken authority to issue adult cannabis consumption lounge licenses statewide. Regulators could begin approving the consumption licenses as soon as this summer.
Patients Out of Time will hold its Thirteenth National Clinical Conference on Cannabis Therapeutics April 11-13 in Tampa, Florida. Credits for physicians’ mandatory Continuing Medical Education classes is available for qualified attendees. The conference is a mainstay of the medical marijuana community. Its theme for 2019 is “Cannabis: Whole Plant Medicine for the Whole Person.” Dr. Raphael […]
Oregon cannabis activists have until July 2, 2020 to gather 112,020 voter signatures to qualify the new Legalization Justice Act of 2020 voter initiative.
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