New York City Mayor Eric Adams, Former Cop, Says ‘Light Up’


At an visual appearance at the Hashish Entire world Congress & Business Exposition (CWCBExpo) held June 1 – 3 in New York Metropolis, Mayor Eric Adams spoke on Friday and told tens of millions of New Yorkers to “light up.” He explained to attendees to aid even unlicensed enterprises in the course of the gray […]

Switzerland: Authorities Green Light First Legal Cannabis Sale Pilot Project


By Nicolás Jose Rodriguez On May 15, 2021, an amendment to the Federal Narcotics Act came into pressure in Switzerland, allowing pilot trials involving the dispensing of hashish for non-medicinal needs. These trials are meant to produce the foundation for upcoming legal regulation and will contain 5,000 registered participants, who have tested to the federal government they presently have been consuming cannabis. […]

Shining a Light on the Thailand Cannabis Community


Thailand hasn’t always prohibited hashish it is element of the culture. Ganja crops had been normally developed on the facet of the residence and applied in standard Thai drugs and Thai therapeutic massage. Even nowadays, some grandparents cultivate a couple of vegetation and toss a couple of leaves in their Tom Yom (traditional Thai soup). […]

New York Senate Gives Green Light To Marijuana Licensing & Equity Bill


By Jelena Martinovic The New York Senate handed a bill Tuesday that would provide provisional cannabis cultivator and processor licenses to present hemp companies that choose particular techniques to promote fairness in the rising industry, Marijuana Moment reported. The monthly bill, sponsored by Sen. Michelle Hinchey (D) and authorized in a 50-13 vote, seeks to both speed up the approach of setting […]

Marijuana Research Bill For Veterans Gets Green Light Despite Biden Administration Objection


By Jelena Martinovic With Veteran’s Day just all-around the corner, a Property committee has handed laws that would call for the U.S. Division of Veterans Affairs to conduct scientific trials into the therapeutic likely of cannabis for armed service veterans. The bill, sponsored by Rep. Lou Correa (D-Cal), was accepted by the House Veterans Affairs […]