Articles tagged with "united states"
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Can employers drug test workers for marijuana in my state?Amelia Williams - Published on October 13, 2022Read more
Can your boss fire you for using weed off the clock? We checked the books of all 50 states to see where employees are protected from THC screenings.
Regulators finally approve hempcrete for US homesMax Savage Levenson - Published on October 5, 2022Read more
Learn why the eco-friendly material could become a popular building block of the future.
US border reports increased cannabis seizures in first year of legalizationJesse B. Staniforth - Published on January 17, 2020Read more
There’s been a nearly 75% increase in US-bound cannabis seizures between November 2018 and October 2019, the first year of Canadian cannabis legalization.
Legal vape markets literally 1,000% safer than streetDavid Downs - Published on December 19, 2019Read more
A new analysis compiled by Leafly finds prohibition states had 10% the number of vape injuries per capita as legalization states. Officials have yet to confirm any injuries exclusively associated with a licensed store or product in the US.
Neil Young’s cannabis use puts US citizenship request at riskJesse B. Staniforth - Published on November 14, 2019Read more
The USA don’t need him around anyhow.
How does your state rate for medical marijuana in 2019?David Downs - Published on August 14, 2019Read more
Americans for Safe Access finds Oregon and Illinois have the best patient programs. The worst? Texas and the Southeast states.
Will the Price of Cannabis in Canada Ever Drop?Randi Druzin - Published on August 7, 2019Read more
We’ve seen price drops in the US, but with a different marketplace, experts say supply and demand will have little effect on the price of cannabis in Canada.
Workplace deaths fell 34% after medical cannabis legalizationEmily Earlenbaugh - Published on May 29, 2019Read more
Why? Younger adult workers might be using less alcohol, opioids in medical cannabis states.
America’s war on drugs has been racist for a centuryAdryan Corcione - Published on October 5, 2018Read more
The drug war didn’t start with the Nixon or Reagan administrations. Its history dates back nearly a hundred years—to the advent of the US Border Patrol.
Senator: White House Drug Office Promises Objective Cannabis StudyThe Associated Press - Published on October 3, 2018Read more
A White House panel had asked 14 federal agencies and the DEA to submit “data demonstrating the most significant negative trends” about marijuana and its national “threats.”