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2028 LA Olympics to Be First Ever With Legal Cannabis

The Olympic Torch won't be the only thing lighted up in 2028.

Greece Will Legalize Medical Cannabis

After decades of prohibition, the nation is “turning its page," the prime minister says. It joins six other European nations with legal medical cannabis.

Australia’s First Med School Course on Cannabis to Launch in Victoria

Deakin University will offer a course on cannabis in light of a recent announcement by Cann10, an Israeli cannabis start-up accelerator that will deliver the new course.

New Office Will Oversee South Australia’s Hemp and Medicinal Cannabis Industries

After criticism from patient advocates, the state government will create a new office to “support the establishment of medicinal cannabis and industrial hemp.”

State of the Leaf: Congressman Urges Trump to Respect State Cannabis

State of the Leaf is Leafly’s weekly roundup of legalization news from around the nation and the world.

State of the Leaf: Colorado Bans Co-ops, May Shelter Cannabis From Feds

State of the Leaf is Leafly’s weekly roundup of legalization news from around the nation and the world.

5 Questions to Ask Before Investing in Australia’s Cannabis Boom

To avoid getting burned, investors should do their homework. Here are a few questions to get started.

State of the Leaf: Texas Decriminalization Measure Moves Ahead, MMJ Stalls in SC

State of the Leaf is Leafly’s weekly roundup of legalization news from around the nation and the world.

Australian Advocacy Group Joins Push for Reform

The Greenlight campaign frames cannabis access as a human-rights issue on behalf of "everyday Australians who are suffering needlessly.”

What Will Australian Import Changes Mean for Local Cannabis Growers?

Patients welcome the changes, but experts are now calling for a more comprehensive approach to meeting Australian demand.

Dutch Lawmakers Extend Tolerance Policy to Cannabis Cultivation

Buying small amounts of cannabis at coffeeshops has long been tolerated, but cultivating and selling to the coffeeshops themselves has remained illegal.

Cannabis Drug Could Extend Lives of Brain Cancer Patients, Study Finds

A new cannabinoid-based pharmaceutical has extended the lives of brain cancer patients in a clinical trial.

9 Reasons Israel Is the Capital of Cannabis Research

There are at least nine good reasons why the tiny country is filling the void left by other major powers.

Australian Cannabis Stocks Jostle for Top Spot

As investors rush to get in on the ground floor of Australia's nascent market, things aren’t always working out as planned.

Pressure Mounts for Slovenia to Embrace Medical Cannabis

Facing growing pressure from patients and activists, the Central European country could finally see change in 2017.

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