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Did New York really ban delta-8 THC?Bruce Kennedy - Published on June 7, 2021Read more
Yes…and no. The state is banning the production of D-8 products. But possession and sale are still murky.
DEA finally ends fed monopoly on schwaggy research-grade cannabisBruce Kennedy - Published on May 18, 2021Read more
Goodbye, Mississippi ditch weed. Hello, real-world high-quality cannabis.
How long will delta-8 remain legal?Bruce Kennedy - Published on April 27, 2021Read more
Delta-8 is federally legal, and most states don’t prohibit it. But the DEA and state lawmakers may soon catch up to the new craze.
New PTSD study finds cannabis safe, but not as effective as assumedBruce Kennedy - Published on March 18, 2021Read more
Many factors could be at play: the placebo effect, poor quality weed, subject pool, or maybe it just doesn’t work as well as some assume.
South Dakota voters legalized cannabis, but state politicians aren’t having itBruce Kennedy - Published on February 18, 2021Read more
Voters passed both medical and adult-use legalization. Now politicians are trying to undermine the law.
Mexico is moving to legalize cannabis in 2021. What does that mean for the US?Bruce Kennedy - Published on January 12, 2021Read more
Marijuana legalization—expected by April 30—could quiet narco-violence and open global opportunities for Mexican companies.
South Dakota cops using taxpayer money in longshot bid to kill marijuana legalizationBruce Kennedy - Published on December 9, 2020Read more
South Dakotans overwhelmingly approved legalization measures on Nov. 3. But the head of the state police is trying to undermine the vote.
Hey, who pre-licked my pre-roll? A cautionary tale in the time of COVID-19Bruce Kennedy - Published on August 18, 2020Read more
A worker making pre-rolls in Michigan decided to lick them closed. State regulators shut the whole operation down.
New lawsuit aims to force DEA to reschedule marijuanaBruce Kennedy - Published on June 8, 2020Read more
The DEA’s five-part test to determine ‘currently accepted medical use’ is flawed, say the plaintiffs.
Charlotte Figi, CBD pioneer and ‘Charlotte’s Web’ namesake, dies from COVID-19Bruce Kennedy - Published on April 8, 2020Read more
The 13-year-old Colorado girl’s courageous example led to the acceptance of medical marijuana and the use of CBD for epilepsy.