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Stats Canada report: $908M worth of cannabis sold in first year of legalizationJesse B. Staniforth - Published on December 13, 2019Read more
New Statistics Canada report shows the country failed to hit sales projections as illicit economies managed to stay alive in key markets.
LA dispensary crime reports doubled since 2010, fueled by unlicensed storesDennis Romero - Published on October 24, 2019Read more
Legalization seems to have calmed the crime problem—but only at licensed stores.
FBI: Cannabis arrests on the rise for 3rd year runningJanet Burns - Published on October 4, 2019Read more
Law enforcement made an estimated 663,367 cannabis-related arrests in 2018, according to FBI data released this week, up from an estimated 659,700 the previous year. Most were for simple possession.
Report Supports Help for Minorities in Medical Cannabis IndustryThe Associated Press - Published on January 18, 2018Read more
The report supports efforts by Maryland lawmakers who are sponsoring legislation that would create five new medical marijuana cultivation licenses for minority-owned businesses.
Washington Sees Declines in Teen Use, Treatment Admissions Since LegalizationBen Adlin - Published on September 8, 2017Read more
For legalization opponents eager to see regulated cannabis markets fail, a new government report out of Washington state doesn’t yield much in the way of talking points.
Major Rights Groups: Decriminalize Use of All Illicit DrugsThe Associated Press - Published on October 12, 2016Read more
Human Rights Watch and the ACLU jointly issued the call in a detailed report contending that enforcement of drug laws has unjustifiably ruined lives.
Fed Study Finds Medical Marijuana Laws Calm Cannabis FearsBruce Barcott - Published on July 26, 2016Read more
How worried are you about the health risks of occasional cannabis consumption? It probably depends on whether you’ve experienced life in a medical marijuana state.
U.N. Report: Worldwide Cannabis Consumption, Perception on the RiseGage Peake - Published on June 29, 2016Read more
Cannabis remains the most commonly used illegal substance across the globe, with an estimated 183 million people having used marijuana during 2014.