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Hemp Cross-Pollination Could Damage Cannabis Crops—Here’s How to Prevent It

With the passing of the Farm Bill, hemp production is on the rise. That's good news, but troubling for marijuana growers.

Alberta on Track for 200 Cannabis Stores by End of the Month

As Ontario struggles to open its 24th legal cannabis store, Alberta is "really rolling."

Does Luxury Cannabis Ignore Social Equity?

Luxury cannabis has begun filling the shelves of bougie stores across the country, but just because it's fancy doesn't necessarily mean it's sustainable and socially equitable.

In California’s Cannabis War, Civil Is the New Criminal

In Humboldt County, civil codes and $10k-a-day fines are working where SWAT raids failed. The strategy is about to go statewide.

Health Canada Falls Behind on Licensing Micro Cultivators

Health Canada has issued only two licenses for micro cultivators to date.

Utah Delays Deadline to Award Medical Cannabis Licenses

Longtime family farmers, larger operations that grow hemp, and out-of-state corporate growers are among the 81 applicants lining up to be licensed medical cannabis growers in Utah.

American Eagle Jumps on the CBD Bandwagon

Plenty of Americans still don’t know the first thing about CBD, but that’s not stopping mainstream retailers from hawking it to consumers.

That Alarming CBD Liver Damage Study Is Bunk—And the Media Should Know Better

The media has been known to misreport on cannabis information. Here's another example, with Forbes' latest article on a CBD study.

CannTrust Halts Sales as Health Canada Investigation Expands

CannTrust has placed a hold on cannabis sales and retail distribution following bombshell allegations.

Why Cannabis Buyers Are Uniquely Vulnerable to Cyber Attacks

Strict state regulations have moved tons of cannabis-related data online, including confidential patient records.

West Virginia Is Years Away From Medical Cannabis, Officials Say

Despite legislation from 2017 that allowed cannabis to be legal for medical use on July 1 of this year, West Virginia officials say they're still years away from the first sale.

Montana Preps for Big Change in Cannabis Rules

A new law will let patients purchase from any dispensary in the state—but not until 2020.

Why Hacktivists Say You Should Invest in Zig-Zags

The financially minded faction of the hacker group Anonymous, which has a history of upending major companies, has turned its attention to the cannabis industry.

New Arkansas Dispensary Set to Open This Week

Dispensaries continue to open in Arkansas, where six of 32 state-licensed dispensaries are expected to be up and running this week.

How Raw Garden Is Reshaping the World of Cannabis Extracts

California's fastest-growing cannabis company turns 50 acres of farmland into sauce as affordable as it is tasty.

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