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Weak, Narrow CBD Bill Introduced by Anti-Cannabis Senators

A bipartisan medical cannabis proposal was introduced in the U.S. Senate on Friday, but it left many in the cannabis community befuddled.

Europe Update: The Latest Cannabis News from the Continent

European attitudes toward cannabis are changing at a breakneck pace. Catch up on the most recent updates.

Croatia Makes Medical Cannabis History. How Did It Happen?

The ancient Romanesque village of Groznjan, Croatia, witnessed a historic moment this month: the first-ever legal shipment of cannabis extract from North America to Europe. Here's the story behind the headline.

DEA Official Pumps Brakes on Cannabis Rescheduling Announcement

Despite widely circulated media reports that the DEA is planning to effectively legalize medical cannabis this August, a DEA official said no definite decision has been made.

Colorado Cannabis Critics Want to Ban up to 80 Percent of All Products

If the petition is successful, Amendment 139 would be the most significant attempt to roll back access to cannabis in any of the four states that have legalized recreational marijuana.

Poland is Slowly Warming to the Healing Properties of Cannabis

Many Poles have long considered cannabis a dangerous drug, like heroin or meth. Now its success as a medical treatment is changing minds.

The Shake: This is What 48 Hours on Edibles Feels Like

Edibles are legal in Oregon tomorrow, Ohio's medical cannabis bill is twiddling its thumbs, and yes, it's possible to lose money in the cannabis biz.

How Austria Became Europe’s Cannabis Clone Superstore

Thanks to odd quirks of Austrian law, the country has become the capital of legal cannabis clones. Consumption, though? Still verboten.

Trouble in Bogota: How the Risks of Homemade Cannabis Remedies Are Being Felt in Colombia

Those who need healing could become victims of fake products, similar to the peddling of unregulated CBD products that goes on every day in the United States.

Germany Will Legalize Medical Cannabis Next Year, Health Minister Says

Hermann Groehe is expected to submit draft legislation that would license patients and establish regulated cultivation sites in Germany by as soon as next year.

Why Are Legal States Setting More Limits on Cannabis?

Some of the country’s most cannabis-friendly jurisdictions are weighing whether to narrow the choices available to consumers and patients. What gives?

The Shake: The Feds Grow Brickweed and Cannabis Is a Staple in Spokane

Ohio's medical cannabis bill finds an unlikely ally, MassRoots wants to be on NASDAQ, and "Britain's most charming drug smuggler" dies.

DEA to Make Rescheduling Decision Later This Year

The DEA will decide this year whether to reschedule cannabis. Which way is the agency leaning? It won't say.

How GW Pharma Could Use U.S. Patents to Shape the Future of Medical Cannabis

After its success with epilepsy drug Epidiolex, the British company is patenting drugs to treat cancer, epilepsy, diabetes — even constipation.

Cannabis and Sleep: 10 Things to Know About Your Herbal Nightcap

Most consumers are aware that cannabis can help you get a good night’s sleep, but there’s a lot more to that relationship than you might think.