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Brittney Griner Goes to Trial in Moscow Court Over Drug Charges
Brittney Griner, the American basketball star who has been held in a Russian prison since her February arrest over drug smuggling charges, appeared in a Moscow court for the start of her trial on Friday. Griner was arrested at a Moscow airport on February 17 after being accused of carrying cannabis oil in her luggage…. View Article

North Carolina Gov. Signs Bill Marking Legal Hemp Permanent
Hemp is now permanently legal in North Carolina thanks to a bill signed into law by the state’s governor. The legislation was one of three measures signed on Thursday by Gov. Roy Cooper, a Democrat. As written, the bill will permanently remove hemp from the state’s list of controlled substances, which brings North Carolina in… View Article

Report Projects Puerto Rican Recreational Cannabis Market Worth Over $500 Million
A pro cannabis trade group in Puerto Rico is hoping to advance the discussion of full recreational cannabis reform on the island. To this end, they have just released a report which predicts how recreational cannabis legalization might benefit the U.S. territory, located just southeast of Cuba. According to the analysis, the maturation of the… View Article

Just Announced – High Times Cannabis Cup Massachusetts: People’s Choice Edition 2022
We’re proud to announce that our newest cannabis cup competition will be uniting the many unique products in Massachusetts! The state is already home to a blossoming cannabis industry with plenty of unique products to experience. Products can be submitted for consideration at NETA dispensaries in Franklin, MA. between September 7-9. Kits will be sold starting on… View Article

California Bill to Require Cannabis Warnings About Mental Disorder Risks Advances
Should cannabis products in California come with warnings about rare, adverse reactions for people living with schizophrenia and other mental illnesses, or does it fuel false or exaggerated beliefs about cannabis? Senate Bill 1097, the Cannabis Right to Know Act, was introduced February 16 by Sen. Richard Pan, and is sponsored by the Public Health… View Article

House Panel Approves Amendment to Protect State Legal Cannabis Programs
The House Appropriations Committee approved a legislative amendment on Tuesday that would protect businesses and individuals participating in recreational cannabis programs legal under state law from interference and prosecution by the federal government. The amendment, which attaches a budget rider to the 2023 Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies appropriations legislation, was approved by a… View Article

Nevada Regulators Give Final Approval for Cannabis Lounges
Regulators in Nevada on Tuesday gave the final sign-off to cannabis consumption lounges, paving the way for the establishments to perhaps open up by year’s end. The state’s Cannabis Compliance Board voted on a slate of regulations for the lounges, a crucial regulatory hurdle in a process that has been nearly a year in the… View Article

First Legal Weed Crop in New York Inches Toward Harvest
An historic crop is beginning to sprout in the Empire State. As New York inches closer to the launch of its adult-use cannabis market, the state’s inaugural cultivators are readying the first batch. A report from the Associated Press on Wednesday put a spotlight on some of New York’s first legal recreational cannabis growers, who… View Article

Snapshot of U.K. Cannabis Market: 20% of Adults Have Used CBD
One thing is true of the global cannabis industry. Just when you think that the light at the end of the tunnel is invariably just another train (i.e., at minimum a delay if not a setback) there are glimmers of hope on the horizon. This is certainly true of the British CBD market of late…. View Article

New Washington, D.C. Policy Lets Adults ‘Self-Certify’ for Medical Cannabis
City lawmakers in Washington, D.C. adopted an emergency ordinance on Tuesday designed to ease access to the medical cannabis program in the nation’s capital by allowing all adults to “self-certify” their eligibility to use medicinal pot. Under the proposal, adults 21 and older would no longer be required to submit a recommendation to use medicinal… View Article