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Micro-Security for Micro-Processors in Canada: Fair or Foul?

Full-size grow-ops are required to maintain intrusion-detection systems and constant visual monitoring of its products. Such measures won’t be required of small-scale operations.

Quebec Battles Federal Law and Facts En Route to Legalization

Its government is fighting the federal home-grow mandate, its landlords want the right to ban cannabis, and its top-ranking officials are peddling easily disproven lies. What is Quebec’s problem?

How to Save Water in a State of Drought

Under strict new water rules in California, cannabis farmers who haven’t thought through their water use could be left out to dry.

‘Why Couldn’t the Police See What It Was?’ The Week in Cannabis Quotes

In this super-sized post-Thanksgiving roundup, read reactions to Jeff Sessions’ ongoing attack on legal cannabis, Anthony Bourdain educating the masses on proper joint rolling, and more.

How a Visionary Cannabis Producer Became This Canadian Town’s Biggest Employer

“This is an opportunity we won’t see again," says Cronos CEO Michael Gorenstein. "I won’t say once in a lifetime but in multiple lifetimes.”

Licensed Producers in Ontario Concerned Over Polluted Lands

Growers are critical of the Hamilton City Council's suggestion that they build on old industrial land instead of prime farm land, claiming the air pollution would kill their product.

Ontario Tussles Over Grow-Ops on ‘Agricultural Land’

As one Ontario Member of Parliament tries to steer industrial grow ops away from prime farmland and into rural areas, some farmers and scientists in the region question the motive of the proposal.

Five Things Canada’s Cannabis Act Will Legalize Besides Possession

From smoking devices to storage, the Cannabis Act is set to legalize more than mere possession.

GrowX Detroit

When the federal government unveiled its proposed cannabis regulations on March 19, an animated public dialogue followed. Industry stakeholders, commentators and others debated the merits…

Cannabis States Try to Curb Smuggling, Fend off Administration

Legal cannabis states are trying to clamp down on "diversion" even as U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions presses for enforcement of federal laws against marijuana.

Arkansas Has Received Zero Applications to Grow or Dispense Medical Cannabis

Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration spokesman Scott Hardin said Friday morning that the agency had received no applications to grow and distribute medical marijuana.

Washington Licensing Change Expected to Bring Frenzy of Business Activity

Washington cannabis regulators lifted a policy limiting cannabis businesses to a single production license—a change that could spark a flurry of mergers and acquisitions.

California Authorities Seize 27,000 Cannabis Plants in 4-Day Calaveras Raid

The crackdown on more than a dozen farms occurred in different parts of Calaveras County, southeast of Sacramento in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

Chuck Rifici: The Problem-Solving Cannabis Financier

How a passion for innovation—and disdain for opioids—made a cannabis true-believer of this Canadian entrepreneur.

Heavy Interest in North Dakota Medical Marijuana Network

“I'm pretty sure we're going to have the ability to have a dispensary in each part of the state,” said the director of the Health Department's medical marijuana division.

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