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14 Enchanting Things to Do in New Mexico
Discover why they call New Mexico “The Land of Enchantment” with these activities that are geared more for smoker-friendly tourists seeking a magical adventure. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed legislation to legalize adult-use cannabis in New Mexico in 2021. Even though adult-use cannabis is legal in New Mexico, there are still laws in place regulating… View Article

Recreational Pot Surges in Rhode Island’s First Year of Legal Sales
Local news outlet WPRI reported last week that the state’s Office of Cannabis Regulation says that recreational marijuana sales “have steadily increased almost monthly over the past year, and the estimated sales for Fiscal Year 2024 is $76 million.” “That sales estimate, if met, would translate into more than $15 million in state and local… View Article

Tennessee Authorities Find Weed Cultivation Site Inside Church
Law enforcement officials in Tennessee have shut down a cannabis cultivation site that was operating in a converted church, seizing about 2,000 weed plants in the process. The raid on the church, which was conducted last week by the Stewart County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO), was the result of a weeks-long investigation, according to law enforcement… View Article

Drug Makers Struggle to Replace Stimulants with Non-Addictive Alternatives
Unfortunately, the same drugs with high potential for abuse are also the ones that work best for certain individuals with neurobehavioral conditions. According to GlobalData, penetrating the stimulant-dominated pharmaceutical market remains challenging without comparable efficacy from non-stimulants.  The attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) market is a lucrative business: Stimulants, amphetamines, and methylphenidates continue to dominate… View Article

Medical Cannabis Clinical Trial in U.K. Underway
Although the United Kingdom (U.K.) legalized medical cannabis in 2018, it has not approved any clinical studies and is not widely available as a prescription through the country’s National Health Services (NHS). A recent report from Sky News provided an update on the NHS, stating that no studies have been funded to help explore the… View Article

Man in Minnesota Offers Free Grow Classes to the Public
A man in Minnesota is providing free growing and cannabis basics workshops—free to the public—to help people get a foot in the door of the industry. Minnesota allows home cultivation under its recently approved adult-use cannabis law, and residents are eager to see if they have a green thumb. Minnesota adults are allowed to grow… View Article

Oregon Weed Glut Continues in 2023
Oregon cannabis producers grew too much weed again this year, according to a new report, continuing the glut of marijuana that has plagued the state’s regulated pot industry for years.  For much of this year, analysis of Oregon’s production of cannabis showed that the state was on a downward trend compared to last year, leading… View Article

New Jersey Launches Second Phase of Cannabis Seed Equity Grant Program
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA), an agency responsible for providing financial assistance to New Jersey-based businesses, recently announced that it will now be accepting applications for Phase II of its cannabis equity seed grant program. This phase includes a total of $8 million that will be split up between 48 applicants ($150,000 each)…. View Article

California Man Charged with Manslaughter Over “Slapping Therapy” Death
A California man has been extradited to the U.K. to face manslaughter  charges over the death of a woman at his 2016 slapping therapy workshop.  An investigation was opened in October, 2016 when 71-year-old Danielle Carr-Gomm was found dead in her hotel room at Cleeve House in Seend, Wiltshire. Carr-Gomm had recently attended a paida… View Article

University of Utah to Open Medical Cannabis Center, Seeks DEA Approval
Researchers at the oldest college in Utah are opening a medical cannabis research center and seeking for a DEA-approved grow site in order to overcome some of the regulatory hurdles.  On Nov. 21, the University of Utah announced the launch of the new center and its initiative. University of Utah Health, in partnership with the… View Article