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Legalization in some states has put the national parcel system in high alert.
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Now that Brett Kavanaugh (ick) has been confirmed, a lot of people are wondering what this will mean for the status of legal cannabis.
The Washington State Board of Liquor and Cannabis announced that they would be reviewing all edibles that could be "kid friendly," likely leading to a ban.
A new bill that would allow medical cannabis use in California schools just passed the California assembly and now heads to the governor's desk.
Floridians with a prior history of cannabis use or cannabis convictions have no chance of getting a job in Florida's medical cannabis industry.
Michigan police threw an eighty year old grandmother in jail for a night for having an expired medical card. Why is this still a thing?
One fifth of cannabis grown in California does not meet the stringent quality control standards that went into effect earlier this summer. Why is this?
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. announced he would no longer prosecute cannabis offenses, in an attempt to address racial disparity in arrests.
Under current law, federal employees who test positive for cannabis can lose their jobs. A new bill aims to change all of that. Does it stand a chance?