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State of the Leaf: Minnesota OKs Cannabis to Treat PTSD

This week: Colorado plans crackdown on homegrow, Montana dispensaries could re-open immediately, and California testing rules could change everything.

State of the Leaf: Illinois Gets New Qualifying Condition, and the Battle for California Begins

A conservative Delaware state senator calls for full legalization, Montana dispensaries dealt a major setback, and former FARC guerrillas get behind Colombia's first legal grow.

Leafly Medical Studies Roundup: Is Cannabis Addictive Because We ‘Prefer It Over Fruit’?

NIDA concludes that long-term cannabis use is associated with altered activity in the brain’s reward processing pathways, plus studies on alcoholism and PTSD, liver cancer, and more.

The Shake: Reefer Badness in NYC and a Republican in South Carolina Touts Medical Cannabis

NYC Police Commissioner blames cannabis for the city's violence but shrugs at its heroin epidemic -- that and more in today's Shake roundup.

The Shake: NYT Discovers Dabbing and Colorado Cops Crack Down on Craigslist Sales

The Grey Lady publishes a bit of Reefer Madness, industry leaders lobby Congress, and the latest misguided effort to smuggle cannabis: in coconuts.

The Shake: Colorado Cops Can’t Keep Up With Cannabis Laws

Louisiana could expand its narrow MMJ law, Colorado sees strong sales in 2016, and does Washington already grow enough cannabis?

State of the Leaf: Support Up in Florida and Pennsylvania, Moderate in Massachusetts

On the international front, the Global Cannabis Campaign saw traction in Colombia and South Africa, while Canada’s cracking down and Australia introduced medical legislation.

The Shake: Hockey Night with Cannabis

Toronto's mayor warns of coming crackdown, cannabis borrows a play from the wine world, and legalization is more popular than both Clinton and Trump.

The Shake: Hemp Convertibles, Debunked DUI Tests, and Loopr’s Denver Debut

Orlando decriminalizes, AAA says driver blood tests are pretty much meaningless, and innovators want to stir up the grinder game.

State of the Leaf: Germany Could Legalize Medical Marijuana and Iceland Loves Its Cannabis

Germany is looking at a medical push, Iceland has some of the highest cannabis consumption rates in the world, and Scottish leaders are reconsidering medical marijuana.

The Shake: Turns Out Baby Boomers Love Cannabis. Vermont, Not So Much.

Oregon issues the first adult-use licenses, Colorado sees yet another recall, and a new study says legalization doesn't make cannabis any easier for teens to obtain.

The Shake: Gas Mask Bong Video Crashes All NFL Draft Boards

A lawyer calls out Obama for defying Congress and cracking down on legal cannabis, Massachusetts sees a surge in MMJ patients, and a Harvard psychobiologist professor goofs up.

The Shake: Walgreens Acknowledges the Reality of Medical Cannabis

San Diego threatens criminal charges, legalization will be harder than you think, and a presidential candidate in the Philippines says he'd kill his kids over drug use.

The Shake: Why Cops Love the HighThere App, and a Stash Clash in Oregon

A BBC reporter's sober bud-and-breakfast stay, and surprise ban on cannabusinesses in a Washington county, and dogs — flying dogs.

The Shake: Richard Nixon Gets His Own Strain, and Is Cannabis a Gateway Drug?

A Georgia city could decriminalize, the magic number in Denver is 421, and are monthly subscriptions "the future of cannabis"?

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