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Virginia Approves CBD for Patients

The Virginia Senate voted unanimously Monday to pass the Joint Commission on Health Care bill SB 726, which will let Virginia doctors recommend the use of cannabidiol oil or THC-A oil for the treatment of any diagnosed condition or disease. This comes on the heels of Friday’s unanimous passing of the companion bill, HB 1251, in the Virginia […]

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U.S. Attorney Billy Williams Targets Oregon Marijuana “Overproduction”

U.S. Attorney Billy Williams said the state of Oregon has a “significant overproduction” problem and that he would prioritize enforcement of overproduction, interstate trafficking, organized crime and cases involving underage marijuana use and environmental damage from illicit pot farms. The comments, which echoed those he made earlier this year, were included in a memo that […]

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2018 Cultivation Classic Winners

As you enter Revolution Hall, you become extremely aware of how many terrific companies and innovative leaders there are in the Oregon cannabis industry. Once cannabis was legalized for Oregonians in 2015, Rep. Earl Blumenauer wanted to showcase Oregon farms and cultivators as the nation’s best place for clean, craft cannabis. This idea became the […]

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Cannabis Market Expected to Reach $25 Billion by 2025

A new report by cannabis statistic firm New Frontier Data, which will be released in May, indicates that the marijuana industry in the United States will only continue to prosper into the next decade. “New Frontier Data, the authority in data, analytics and business intelligence in the cannabis industry, has refined our market projections for […]

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YouTube Is Deleting Marijuana Content!

YouTube Is Deleting Marijuana Content – Something strange is happening at YouTube, where in recent weeks, cannabis-related content-creators have seen their channels erased, and their subscriber base lost. Some of these channels are just friendly stoners, sharing their love of cannabis, while others are educational in nature. Still, many others use the video platform as […]

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Seattle Erases Marijuana Convictions

If you were convicted of a marijuana-related crime in Seattle before Washington legalization, you may be in luck. Following San Francisco’s lead, Seattle officials announced Thursday the city will move to expunge the misdemeanor marijuana possession convictions of hundreds of residents in an attempt to help those saddled with records marred by crimes that no longer exist. […]

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