A federal appeals court has lifted part of an injunction that prevented cannabis regulators from issuing licenses for recreational dispensaries in some parts of New York, removing a major obstacle for the state’s rollout.
Raphael Mechoulam, the Israeli researcher whose work helped to broaden the scientific understanding of cannabis and the compounds that cause the drug’s distinctive high, has died.
Twenty-one states and Washington, D.C., have legalized recreational use for adults 21 years and older, and 37 states and Washington, D.C., have medical marijuana programs. But marijuana is still illegal under federal law.
Malawian farmer Ethel Chilembwe has paid out hundreds of dollars, cleared six hectares of land and got ready for the training, but after two years of waiting she has not cultivated a single cannabis plant.
A type of medical cannabis is being prescribed much more often by doctors in Brighton and Hove than in most other parts of England.
German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach has expressed confidence that the country’s plan to legalize recreational cannabis might soon overcome one of its biggest hurdles – European Union approval.
ANTIGUA AND Barbuda has become the first Caribbean country to grant the Rastafari community official sacramental authorisation to grow cannabis.
A cannabis club has paid tribute to a former police boss by dedicating a branded grinder to him.
The grinder, a tool used in the preparation of cannabis, has been named “the Hogg” in honour of former Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Ron Hogg.
Louisiana liberalization of marijuana laws has accelerated since the state dispensed its first legal medical cannabis to patients in 2019 with ongoing expansions to the medicinal program and reforms to the state’s criminal laws.
Alice Davy was legally able to drive on other painkillers but now risks losing her licence on the school run