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Detroit’s medical marijuana laws could change in November

DETROIT (WJBK) - Local religious and community leaders joining forces in Detroit to protest two medical marijuana proposals slated for the November ballot that they...

Pa. Just Approved Its First Medical Marijuana Grower

Pennsylvania has fully approved its first medical marijuana grower. Earlier this week, the state gave final approval to Cresco Yeltrah, which will operate out of a 40,000-plus-square-foot cultivation facility...

California Fires Spare Most Vineyards, But Marijuana Crops Go Up In...

In Northern California, two intoxicants are king — wine and weed. Both products drive the $3.2 billion-a-year tourism industry in Napa and Sonoma counties. But as wildfires...

What makes a medical cannabis program succeed?

What makes a medical cannabis market work? It’s a question that excitable investors and entrepreneurs don’t always consider before entering the industry, and it’s one...

Healthcare investment funds set industry-breaking commitment to cannabis Sector Medical, financial...

In an unprecedented move, direct investment healthcare funds Provident Healthcare Capital (PHC) and Dey Investment Group. (DIG) are entering the cannabis sector with a $2...

First marijuana grower and processor to begin operations in Pennsylvania

On Tuesday, Pennsylvania’s Department of Health approved medical marijuana grower and processor Cresco Yeltrah to begin planting seeds in Jefferson County, northeast of Pittsburgh. "Every...

Italian Parliament Closer to Medical Cannabis Acceptance

The Italian Parliament has moved a medical cannabis bill forward to the Senate. If adopted, the legislation would create a uniform framework across Italy...

Court tells man use legal drugs instead of marijuana

A man who claimed he was self-medicating with marijuana was yesterday granted a conditional discharge. Leroy Nelson Major, 40, pleaded guilty to a charge of...

Sessions backs marijuana research, but balks at expanding it

During testimony before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he supports “more competition” in cannabis research but that he isn’t inclined...

Sen. Hatch makes the case for medicinal marijuana

KUTV) In a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing Wednesday morning, Senator Orrin Hatch made the case for medical marijuana. During the hearing Hatch questioned U.S. Attorney...

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