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How Many Jobs Depend on Legal Cannabis? We Did the Math

Legalization supports more than 122,000 full time jobs in 29 states and Washington, DC.

Why Does the Federal Government Claim Zero Cannabis Jobs Exist?

Legal cannabis is grown, processed and sold by tens of thousands of people every day. So why won't the feds count those jobs?

What’s That Smell? It’s ‘Cannabis Flower’ Perfume, Dahling

You already know cannabis packs a powerful smell. But did you know master perfumers are bottling it?

Leafly Investigation: How Much Butane in BHO Is Too Much?

Allowed limits of residual solvents in Colorado cannabis concentrates will increase significantly in 2017. Is it worth worrying?

America’s Opioid Crisis: Can High-CBD Cannabis Combat Pain and Reduce Addiction Rates?

Hear one veteran's story, and learn about how high CBD cannabis can help alleviate opioid addiction and help turn around the ongoing epidemic.

Bud Farming Backlash: Rural America’s Uneasy Embrace of Cannabis Farming

Legalization brought jobs and profitable farming to the country. Now some small towns are bristling at the fences, the floodlights, and the smell. Are the concerns legit or just a new form of prohibitionism?

I Hired a Guide to Take Me on a Psychedelic Cannabis Journey

A Colorado meditation guide named Daniel McQueen facilitates deep meditation with the aid of cannabis. Intrigued, I flew to Boulder to find out just how powerful cannabis can be when used as a spiritual tool.

Leafly Critics’ Picks: The Best Blue Dream in Washington

Editor’s Note: This week Leafly publishes “Cannabis Jobs Count,” a special series on jobs in the legal cannabis economy. The series continues today with Bruce Barcott…

Thrift Shop Challenge: High People Buy Stuff, Hilarity Ensues

In honor of Thrift Store Day, five Leafly thrift-loving employees embarked on a mission to get high and see how far $25 would stretch at the local thrift shop.

In Photos: These ‘Dragon Balls’ Contain 3,000 Grams of Pure Cannabis Oil

Leafly took to X-tracted Labs in Seattle to figure out what these hash oil orbs called "Dragon Balls" are all about.