Spread the love As more states legalize medical and recreational marijuana, doctors may be replacing opioid prescriptions with suggestions to visit a local marijuana dispensary. Two papers published Monday in JAMA Internal Medicine analyzing more than five years of Medicare Part D
Spread the love By Ben Barlyn Only several months ago, full-scale legalization of marijuana in New Jersey seemed like a foregone conclusion. Gov. Phil Murphy won handily over his opponent in no small part because of his enthusiastic support for recreational marijuana.
Spread the love State and federal law declared marijuana as dangerous as LSD and heroin nearly 50 years ago. But a recent state court decision said it’s time New Jersey revisit that decision, as the acceptance of cannabis as medicine rapidly grows.
Spread the love Supply glut could limit the upside for Canadian cannabis stocks Valuations of Canadian cannabis stocks are sky high on expectations Canada will become the Silicon Valley of recreational pot. If approved by the House, recreational cannabis sales would start
Spread the love Cannabis Taxes Could Generate $106 Billion, Create 1 Million Jobs by 2025 Washington – Cannabis Taxes New Frontier Data, the authority in data, analytics, and business intelligence for the cannabis industry, released a new study, Cannabis In the U.S.
Spread the love Although the cannabis industry continues to expand rapidly, marijuana in the United States is still federally illegal, and that creates a number of unique challenges for cannabis business owners. Despite this, now that California has entered the game, cannabis
Spread the love An increasing number of Native American tribes are looking to the marijuana business to break the poverty on reservations, but they are treading quietly over uncertainties in federal policy, which could shift under President Donald Trump. Cannabis is big
Spread the love Given a choice between opioids and medical marijuana to keep pain under control, an overwhelming majority of patients who have used both would pick the latter, saying it works just as well and with fewer side effects, a new
Spread the love Marijuana is now legal in the state of Colorado but that doesn’t mean that everything associated with the drug is above board. In fact, Allison Sylte of 9News in Colorado brings word of a massive government drug bust that
Spread the love By Garett Roush If Attorney General Jeff Sessions had his way, I would once again be at risk of constant seizures. The former U.S. Senator from Alabama and now the nation’s top cop has started a crusade against states