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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.

There’s a Mess of Legalization Bills in Congress. Here’s What Really Matters

The influx is a good sign for cannabis reform’s prospects in Congress, but it can also be confusing: Why can’t lawmakers work together on a single bill to address everything?

What Are You Smoking Episode 73: Live From SXSW

Live from Austin, Texas, What Are You Smoking takes the show on the road to discuss the current patchwork state of cannabis laws from SXSW.

‘About Damn Time’: Smokable Cannabis Coming to Florida

Years after voters approved a medical marijuana law in the state—and following a high-profile lawsuit—patients will finally have access to smokable cannabis flower.

Weed in Your Suitcase? Canada Considering a Fine, Not Felony

"The border agency appears to recognize that some cannabis consumers might absent-mindedly leave a few joints in a jacket pocket."

Senators Ask FDA to Update Rules on CBD Products

The senators asked the FDA to update "outdated regulations" that prohibit food products containing CBD from being sold across state lines.

US Farm Bill, Which Would Legalize Hemp, Heads to Trump’s Desk

This year's farm bill is unique: It contains a provision that would legalize industrial hemp nationwide.

Regulators: Cannabis Deliveries OK Throughout California

The matter has been one of the most debated issues as state regulators hammer out permanent rules for how marijuana is grown, tested, packaged and delivered.

What Trump’s New AG Pick Could Mean for Cannabis

As attorney general under President George H.W. Bush, William Barr was a staunch supporter of the drug war. What role will he play under Trump?

Colorado Cannabis Laws Too Loose, US Attorney Says

"If somebody is licensed by this state, should they feel at increased risk of federal prosecution now?" U.S. Attorney Bob Troyer said. "Yes. They should."

Wanna Buy Verified Humboldt? Now There’s Loudpack ‘Legacy’

It's an easy way to vote with your dollars for verified heritage cannabis in California.

Why Legal Cannabis Can Still Get You Fired

Only 11 of 31 states where cannabis is legal protect workers from being fired for off-duty use. And there are virtually no protections for recreational consumers.

New York State Health Officials Conclude ‘Legalize It’

The New York State Health Department's 2018 Marijuana Legalization Assessment Report will go down in history.

What Are You Smoking? Episode 43: Cannabis at the Ballot Box

This Independence Day, we’re celebrating the red, white, blue, and green with a look at the status of legal cannabis across the US courtesy of guests Ben Adlin and Bruce Barcott.

Mango Haze, World Cup, and Independence Day — This Is #MondayMotivation

Look out for World Cup, Marvel's new "Ant-Man" film, July 4 fireworks, and much more in Leafly's Monday radar report.

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