Agriculture and Pesticide Regulation for Legalized Cannabis: A West Coast Overview

As cannabis cultivation, possession, and use becomes legalized within state lines, it is important for states to address the biological and agricultural concerns of these industries. State-supported pesticide regulation for

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Genetically Modified Organisms: Understanding GMOs As Cannabis Becomes a Mainstay in Agriculture

GMOs, or genetically modified organisms, paint the covers of health magazines, newspaper headlines, and health food campaigns, just to name the most obvious places the term appears. They are a

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The DEA Reverses Its Stance on Several Cannabis Issues, But Keeps Misinformation Up On its Website

Back in August of 2016, the DEA published a filing stating that cannabis users were not more likely than non-users to suffer mental illness, a reversal of the agency’s previous

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DEA Removes Misinformation From Its Website After Americans for Safer Access Files Landmark Lawsuit

On December 5, 2016, the non-profit group, Americans for Safe Access (ASA) filed a lawsuit against the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) to demand that the Drug Enforcement Administration

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Beers A-Blazing: Check Out this Cannabis-Infused Beer Line

The Great American Beer Festival, around since 1982, is an annual celebration and competition where brewers from all around the nation show up to put their bubbly brews to the

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Canadian government to fund clinical trial to investigate CBD and THC as treatment option against epilepsy

A new, highly anticipated clinical trial in medical marijuana treatments against severe epileptic diseases such as Dravet Syndrome is slated to begin enrolling in early 2017. Tilray, one of Canada’s

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Proposition 64 moves to enact a law that goes beyond mere legalization of cultivation, possession, and use of nonmedical marijuana. Prop 64 outlines a system with designated state agencies to

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Americans for Safe Access (ASA) has just learned that the World Health Organization’s Expert Committee on Drug Dependence (ECDD) decided to move forward with a process that may reclassify medical

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Regulation of cannabis in America can be traced back to as early as 1906 and has been a controversial topic ever since. Some sources say, that in the attempt to

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