Month: January 2019

Member states of the United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) received the World Health Organization Expert Committee on Drug Dependence’s (ECDD) cannabis recommendations, which had been expected in December, Marijuana Business Daily has learned. World Health Organization recommends rescheduling cannabis, provides clarity on CBD is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily:Continue Reading

The former chief financial officer of MedMen Enterprises filed suit against the California-based company this week, alleging top executives forced him to “choose between complying with his fiduciary duty to the company and its shareholders or turning a blind eye and a deaf ear to improper and unlawful behavior.” James Parker,Continue Reading

As a legal cannabis industry expands, there is growing concern about its environmental impacts. And with federal overseers restricted by law from even funding research, much less regulating the industry, the scientific community has had to respond independently of the government. One matter now under study today is how volatileContinue Reading

The action by the Baltimore State’s Attorney comes the same week she announced her office will no longer prosecute any cannabis possession cases, regardless of quantity. The post Baltimore Prosecutor Files Rare Petition to Erase Cannabis Convictions appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Baltimore Prosecutor Files Rare PetitionContinue Reading

An Australian state’s ambition to be the nation’s “medical cannabis capital” is unlikely to succeed unless market access for local patients substantially improves, experts note. Patient access to medical cannabis remains a serious concern despite marked improvements over the past year. “The crux of the problem is, we can’t produce medicalContinue Reading