In a move that could signal a change in the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency’s approach, the DEA has notified marijuana grower applicants that they soon will be able to register as authorized entities to produce marijuana for research purposes. Prior to this announcement, there was...

From the WSLCB Bulletin To:  Licensed Cannabis Retailers From:  Liquor and Cannabis Board Re:  Limited Allowance for Cannabis Retailers to Provide One Joint at No Cost to Customers who Receive a COVID-19 Vaccine at In-Store Clinic Advisement: The Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB) received multiple requests from “marijuana” (herein referred to...

In 2012, voters in Washington State approved a ballot measure that made recreational cannabis legal. Since then, the legal cannabis industry has grown year after year. In certain Washington counties, cannabis purchases now outpace those of tobacco. While some are predicting that a plateau is...

The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board issued a Policy Statement, effective April 28, 2021, in an effort to provide clarity on the State’s regulation of THC in forms other than Delta-9.[1] Specifically, the policy statement addresses “the conversion of CBD, hemp, or both to...

Paving the way for global medical research, the United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs voted in December 2020 to remove cannabis from Schedule IV of their drug classification list. Schedule IV also includes dangerous and highly addictive drugs such as heroin and fentanyl. The reclassification, which garnered...

The island that is often known by foreigners as a haven for pot smokers is experiencing a shortage of marijuana due to heavy rains followed by an extended drought. Although still technically illegal, marijuana in Jamaica is typically bountiful and inexpensive due to lax enforcement...

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