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Space Case: NASA-JPL Names a Rock on Mars After the Rolling Stones
Moments before the age-old Rolling Stones began performing at Pasadena’s Rose Bowl Stadium on Thursday, actor Robert Downey Jr. inexplicably took to the stage and announced that the band was now the namesake of a rock on Mars. When NASA’s InSight lander touched down on Mars back in November, its thrusters evidently displaced a rock,… View Article

Law Firm Urges Weedmaps to Set Date for Promised Crackdown on Unlicensed Retailers
A law firm representing several clients in the cannabis industry is urging Weedmaps to set a date for its promised crackdown on unlicensed retailers advertising on the website. Attorneys with the firm Zuber Lawler said in a press release on Thursday that the move by Weedmaps will help support California’s legal cannabis industry and deal… View Article

Political Action Committee Files Petition to Get Recreational Cannabis on Florida Ballot
A campaign to get a ballot measure in front of Florida voters to legalize recreational marijuana in 2020 was announced Thursday. It is backed by MedMen, one of the US cannabis industry’s largest companies. The Adult Use of Marijuana initiative would give the go-ahead to adults 21 years and older to buy and possess up… View Article

Oklahoma Medical Marijuana and Patient Protection Act Set to Go Into Effect
A new law going into effect later this month will protect the rights of medical marijuana patients and establish regulations for the state’s fledgling medicinal cannabis industry. House Bill 2612, or the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana and Patient Protection Act, as the measure is also known, will go into effect on Friday, August 30. Oklahoma lawmakers… View Article

Utah Will No Longer Have State-Run Medical Cannabis Dispensary Networks
Over the last couple years, medical marijuana in Utah has been a hot and controversial subject. In what has become a protracted, back-and-forth process between state legislators, medical marijuana advocates, and other powerful players in the state, Utah’s medical marijuana program continues to undergo dramatic changes. Now, state lawmakers are preparing to make another significant… View Article

Soldiers in the U.S. Armed Forces Are Prohibited from Using CBD
From Washington to main street, changes to U.S. drug policy are evident. CBD products line the aisles at supermarkets and convenience stores. And emboldened by a new law that permits hemp cultivation, states across America are considering the crop as a new agricultural cornerstone. Those changes do not, however, extend to the U.S. military. The… View Article

Canadian Woman May Be Permanently Banned from US For Having CBD Oil at Border
She was only going from a CBD-legal country to a CBD-legal state to hang out at her friend’s cabin, but a Canadian woman unknowingly put her lifetime ability to enter the United States in question over a small bottle of CBD oil she carries around for scoliosis pain. “I’m still really not sure what’s going… View Article

Court in Mexico City Rules Two People Should Be Allowed to Use Cocaine
A court in Mexico has ruled that two people should be allowed to legally use cocaine for recreational purposes, according to media reports. Under the ruling from a judge in Mexico City, the two unnamed people will be allowed to “possess, transport, and use cocaine” although they will not be permitted to sell the drug,… View Article

Napa County Ballot to Include Initiative for Commercial Cannabis Cultivation
Will wine tasters be set off their cabernet sauvignon should Napa County decide to allow farmers to legally grow marijuana? Local vineyard industry leaders told the Napa County Board of Supervisors that they would at a meeting on Tuesday. In response, the board decided to send the issue of local pot grows to the county’s… View Article

Missouri to Issue 348 Cannabis Business Licenses from Over 2,000 Applicants
Missouri voters overwhelmingly approved a ballot initiative last year to legalize medical marijuana. Now the state is overwhelmed with interest from would-be business owners who are eager to capitalize on the new law. Missouri’s Department of Health and Senior Services said that it received roughly 2,100 applications by the Monday afternoon deadline for medical cannabis… View Article