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New York’s Adult-Use Cannabis Legalization Bill Is Dead

After a dramatic week of New York’s legislative session, the adult-use cannabis bill is dead. Read how the Democratic supermajority struggled to get it passed.

Want to Grow Your Own Cannabis? Get Ready to Fight ‘Big Marijuana’

Why is allowing homegrow such a contentious issue with adult-use states? To find the answer, follow the money.

Pro Tip: Stop Mailing Cannabis to China

Beijing calls legalization a 'threat to China,' says visiting Chinese students are using express mail to send souvenirs home.

Can Washington Fix Its Broken Cannabis Lab Testing System?

Pesticides aren't caught and loopholes are huge. Things are so bad that the state just punted oversight to a different agency.

After Returning to Regular Hours, Quebec SQDC Workers Vote to Strike

Workers at one of Montreal's legal retailers want better wages, paid holidays, and bonuses.

This Week in Cannabis: Top Stories From Across Canada From June 8-14

Cannabis news from around the web.

Edibles Will Be Available in Canada in December 2019

Health Canada has finalized new regulations governing edibles, extracts, and topicals.

The Roll-Up #92: Ancient Bongs and One Billion Dollars

China uncovers a 2,500-year-old bong, and Colorado takes in $1 billion in tax revenue. Coincidence? We think so.

Church of England Sees Green, Explores Investing in Medical Cannabis

Britain's largest religious organization announced this week that it will lift a longstanding prohibition on medical cannabis in order to explore investing in the fast-growing industry.

Nevada Law Bars Most Employers From Rejecting Cannabis Consumers

The law makes it unlawful for would-be employers in Nevada “to fail or refuse to hire” a prospective employee whose screening test results indicate the presence of marijuana.

Ontario Quietly Removes Illegal Dispensary Residence Loophole

And, they implemented mandatory minimum fines.

Oregon Is About to OK Cannabis Exports. What’s Next?

Oregon has too much cannabis. Other states don't have enough. A newly passed bill hopes to address the imbalance—and may lower prices for some consumers.

Huge Cement Blocks Bar Access to Illicit Toronto Dispensaries

As illegal cannabis stores attempt to continue operation, city agents have escalated their tactics.

5 Wacky Canadian Cannabis Laws You Didn’t Know Existed

Cannabis might be legal in Canada, but these obscure laws might surprise you.

This Week in Cannabis: Top Stories From Across Canada From June 1-7

Cannabis news from around the web.

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