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Non-profit Organization Marches on Canadian Capital To Fight for Therapeutic Mushrooms
Over the course of the past two years, TheraPsil has assisted over 130 patients, but it calls the country’s current limitations a “cruel approach” on the part of Health Canada. The organization has attempted to set up a formal meeting with parliament members, but so far has been denied, so it’s taking the conversation straight… View Article

‘Super Cartel’ Controlling Third of Europe’s Cocaine Trade Sacked by Police
Spanning across six countries in Europe and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Europol and multiple law enforcement agencies launched Operation Desert Light and took down one of the world’s largest suppliers of cocaine. According to a press release, Europol, the European Union’s law enforcement agency, took out a 49-person “super cartel” and confiscated over 30… View Article

Irish Lawmaker Files Cannabis Legalization Bill
An Irish lawmaker last week introduced a bill to legalize the possession of small amounts of cannabis for personal use. The legislation was introduced on Thursday by Gino Kenny, a lawmaker known as a Teachta Dála (TD) and a member of Ireland’s People Before Profit political party. If passed, the bill would legalize the possession… View Article

Pennsylvania Starts Program Providing Financial Assistance to Low-Income Cannabis Patients
Certain low-income senior citizens in Pennsylvania will receive financial assistance for their medical cannabis treatment thanks to a newly launched pilot program in the state.  According to Capitol Wire, the state’s Department of Health launched the program “to offer $50 a month in financial assistance to help almost 1,400 senior citizens afford the cost of… View Article

Police in India Say Rats Ate More Than 1,100 Pounds of Confiscated Weed
We have all heard of the dog who ate the homework, but rats who ate the weed? That’s a new one, but it is apparently the account that has been offered up by law enforcement officials in India, who are blaming the pesky rodents for getting their fangs on some seized marijuana.  CNN has the… View Article

Cops May Soon Be Able To Scan Your Eyeballs To See if You’re Driving Stoned
A Montana-based company called Gaize has developed a device which can scan the user’s eye and utilize crazy futuristic robot intelligence to detect THC impairment. According to the company’s founder, Ken Fichtler, American law enforcement agencies have already agreed to use the technology, though he could not specify which ones.  “I’ll preface all of this… View Article

New Poll Shows 9 Out Of 10 Americans Support Legal Pot
A new poll released on Tuesday shows that nearly nine out of 10 Americans believe that cannabis should be legal in some form, with a strong majority saying that recreational marijuana should be legalized for adults. The survey, which was conducted by the Pew Research Center last month, was published online on November 22 after… View Article

Southern Illinois University Examining the Use of Cannabis for Ovarian Cancer
SIU researcher Dr. Dale “Buck” Buchanan, who is also a professor of physiology at the university, is a founding member of the Cannabis Science Center. “We started the Cannabis Science Center in … December 2018, when they took it off of the controlled substances lists and legalized use of industrial help nationwide,” said Buchanan in… View Article

First Medical Cannabis Crop Harvest Begins in North Carolina
According to The Charlotte Observer, the cultivation site is located in the eastern part of the state in The Qualla Boundary. In addition to beginning its first harvest on Nov. 18, the tribe also plans to open the largest medical cannabis dispensary in the state sometime in 2023, which will be located in an old… View Article

Belgium Says It Needs Even More Incinerators To Destroy Seized Cocaine
A record amount of cocaine seized by law enforcement in Belgium has the government in the market for some additional incinerators.  Agence France-Presse reports that authorities there have “seized so much cocaine from smugglers operating through the port of Antwerp that it needs more incinerator space to destroy it.”  “There’s a problem with incinerator capacity,”… View Article