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W. Virginia Community College Offers Free Tuition to Students Who Pass Drug Test
If West Virginia students are interested in participating in a new program that allows them to attend community colleges for free, they’ll have to make sure they haven’t smoked any marijuana recently. It was announced on Thursday that THC will be on a list of banned substances for participants in the program, funding for which… View Article

Canadians May Be Able To Purchase Edibles and Topicals By December
Cannabis edible and topical products will be available to Canadian consumers by the middle of December, according to media reports. Rules to regulate the products are expected to be released by the federal health agency Health Canada on Friday and would go into effect on October 17, one year after Canada legalized cannabis with the… View Article

New Study Suggests Low Levels of THC in Blood Do Not Increase Risk of Car Crash
Canada’s historic legalization of marijuana in October 2018 prompted some major changes to the country’s drug-impaired driving laws. The changes aimed to respond to concerns about legalization’s impact on public safety, especially on the road. As a result, many provinces implemented “zero tolerance” policies for drivers found to have THC in their system. But a… View Article

Researchers Find Evidence of Ancient Cannabis Use in China
Researchers conducting an archaeological study of tombs in western China have found the earliest evidence of cannabis smoking so far discovered, according to a report on their work published on Wednesday in the journal Science Advances. Analysis of braziers in the tombs revealed that cannabis plants with high levels of psychoactive compounds were being burned… View Article

California Court Rules Possession of Small Amounts of Marijuana Legal in Prison
We already know that inordinate amounts of people are in jail for small-time marijuana possession across the country — even in states that have legalized recreational marijuana, but are behind the times when it comes to the expungement of past criminal records. Compounding this issue is the prisoners who are caught with cannabis when they… View Article

North Carolina Farmers, Lawmakers Pushing for Hemp Legalization
Lawmakers in North Carolina are considering a bill that would allow farmers in the state to grow hemp. The measure, the North Carolina Farm Act of 2019 (Senate Bill 315), would classify hemp as a “viable agricultural commodity” and permit farmers to cultivate and sell the crop. Hemp agriculture was legalized at the federal level… View Article

Colorado Cannabis Tax Revenues Top $1 Billion
Tax revenues from Colorado’s cannabis industry have topped $1 billion since legalization, according to a new report released on Wednesday by Denver cannabis law firm Vicente Sederberg. The report details and analyzes fees and taxes collected by the Colorado Department of Revenue since the beginning of legal sales of cannabis for adult use on January… View Article

Three Ounce Possession of Marijuana Decriminalized in Cincinnati
You will soon be able to walk the streets of Cincinnati, marijuana in hand. After careful debate, the city council passed an ordinance on Wednesday that will make possession of marijuana legal up to three ounces.   Many council members saw the measure as a compromise, but the majority felt the issue was too important… View Article

Denver Police Investigating Series of Break-Ins at Dispensaries
In Denver, Colorado, dispensary break-ins are pretty much par for the course. So far this year, police have reported around 35 break-ins at weed shops in the greater metro area. That’s more than one dispensary burglary each week, and about as many as police reported at this point last year. But now, police are investigating… View Article

Ohio Medical Board Rejects Addition of Depression to Medical Marijuana Program
The State Medical Board of Ohio rejected a proposal on Wednesday that would have added depression, opioid addiction, and insomnia to the list of conditions that qualify a patient for the state’s medical marijuana program. The board also decided to delay a vote on including anxiety and autism as qualifying conditions until new members of… View Article