Marijuana companies lay off hundreds


While business around the world shuttered as COVID-19 spread, the marijuana industry was deemed “essential” in nearly 30 states and stood to gain from the pandemic. But more than two years later, amid rising inflation and fears of a recession, North American cannabis companies are cutting hundreds of jobs, closing retail outlets and cultivation facilities […]

The Unknown Future of Hemp in Boston


Hemp and CBD are growing industries around Boston. Back in 2018, the U.S. Congress passed what’s commonly known as the Farm Bill, legalizing hemp products. The Tennessee legislature wasn’t far behind, passing SB357, removing hemp from the state’s controlled substance list. “The hemp industry, in general, is a young industry,” Tennessee Department of Agriculture Commissioner, […]

The #1 Difference Between Cannabis Oil And CBD Oil


Cigarette smoking may well be the trend suitable now, but trust me, infused oils may perhaps really well be the upcoming. Hashish vegetation have numerous derivatives, a host of psychoactive compounds, 100s of cannabinoids, and several forms of terpenes. This presents people a broad basket to opt for their infused oil from, it also tends […]

Study Finds Fewer Cannabis Consumers View Cigarette Use as Harmful


A new analyze, entitled “Everything aged is new yet again: Producing and preserving a populace-level ‘shared reality’ of wellbeing dangers affiliated with cigarette use toward both minimizing the prevalence and eliminating disparities in cigarette use between all Us citizens,” was produced in the journal Nicotine & Tobacco Investigate. Exploration was led by Dr. Renee Goodwin, a CUNY […]

How Would The Cannabis Administration And Opportunity Act Work?


A couple months ago, Senate Majority Chief Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), launched the Cannabis Administration and Prospect Act (CAOA). The virtually 300 page monthly bill is complete and is not likely to move right before the midterm election (if at all, many thanks to the filibuster). […]

New York To Start Accepting Dispensary Applications This Month


New York’s Office of Hashish Administration said Thursday that it will start off accepting apps for grownup-use cannabis retail licenses afterwards this thirty day period. Would-be dispensary owners will be equipped to submit their purposes commencing on August 25. The application is scheduled to shut on September 26. In the announcement on Thursday, the agency […]

Summer Sex? Here Are 5 Things To Consider When It’s Hot


This summer months absolutely sure has been sweaty. When the year is usually joined with for a longer time times and additional entertaining, from time to time it’s far too sizzling out to do nearly anything but lounge in bed with your AC on, if you are lucky sufficient to even have AC. While there […]

Recreational Pot Question Back on Arkansas Ballot—But Will Votes Count?


The Arkansas Supreme Court docket this 7 days said that a marijuana legalization proposal should really be positioned back on the state’s ballot, but it stays unclear no matter whether the vote will in the long run necessarily mean something. It is the most recent twist in what has become a messy dispute surrounding a […]

Massachusetts Governor Signs Cannabis Social Equity Bill


Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker signed laws on Thursday to amend the state’s marijuana rules, approving the addition of social fairness provisions and other variations to hashish rules in the Bay State. Baker permitted all but one particular of the provisions of the invoice, which is the 1st overhaul of the state’s cannabis rules given that […]