Day: October 4, 2017

The city’s anti-cannabis laws were impacting Atlanta’s black population at a severely disproportionate rate. Atlanta, the heart of the ninth most populous metropolitan area in the U.S., is on the verge of decriminalizing marijuana possession under an ounce, pending the mayor’s signature. On Monday night, the Atlanta City Council chooseContinue Reading

California’s Bureau of Cannabis Control will hold three public workshops to educate hopeful marijuana business licensees on how to obtain state permits. The state’s departments of Public Health, Food and Agriculture, and Tax and Fee Administration also will have representatives at the workshops. The seminars are scheduled for Oct. 12 in LosContinue Reading

Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana program isn’t even operational and cultivation licenses already are being shopped around. The Philadelphia Inquirer obtained a confidential prospectus that includes an offer to sell 100% of Franklin Labs – one of 12 MMJ cultivation license winners – for $20 million. The newspaper confirmed with the company’s CEOContinue Reading

Call it a first step in the right direction: The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is removing CBD from its list of banned substances in 2018. The post World Anti-Doping Agency Removes CBD From Banned Substances List appeared first on Leafly. Read More: World Anti-Doping Agency Removes CBD FromContinue Reading

Learn the differences between growing Industrial hemp and consumable cannabis, and get tips on how to achieve the yield you need. The post Tips for Growing Industrial Hemp appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Tips for Growing Industrial HempContinue Reading

Heidi Grossman-Lepp wanted to protect cannabis growers under the legal shield of religious freedom. Then a shooting drew the attention of the police. The post California’s Cannabis Priestess Arrested on Felony Charge appeared first on Leafly. Read More: California’s Cannabis Priestess Arrested on Felony ChargeContinue Reading

Alaska’s marijuana industry is breathing a sigh of relief after voters in three of the state’s largest population areas – and where a large number of the state’s cannabis businesses operate – resoundingly rejected three different proposed moratoriums. The moratorium referendums were held Tuesday in Fairbanks (population 33,000), the FairbanksContinue Reading

Maryland regulators have given eight more medical marijuana companies the green light to begin operations, a positive sign for a program that’s been fraught with problems. According to The Baltimore Sun, the state granted licenses to one cultivator/processor, three processors, two testing labs and two dispensaries: Cultivation/processing: Kind Pharmaceuticals USA (Washington County) Processing:Continue Reading

Cannabis can be combined with a yoga practice to promote full-body wellness. “Inhale,” says yoga instructor Stacey Mulvey, sitting in front on a mat, instructs to a class of half a dozen students in the living room of her Washington D.C. apartment. “Exhale.” Nearly a decade ago, Mulvey began practicingContinue Reading