Two members of Florida’s delegation to the U.S. House of Representatives introduced a bill on Thursday that would expand research into the medicinal use of marijuana. The measure, titled the Expanding Cannabis Research and Information Act, was filed by Democratic Rep. Donna Shalala and her Republican colleague Rep. Matt... Read more
Pharmacies across Michigan will be giving away free naloxone kits on Saturday in an effort to stem the tide of overdose deaths resulting from the ongoing opioid crisis. More than 50,000 of the emergency overdose-reversing drug kits, sold under the brand name Narcan, will be distributed free of charge... Read more
On Thursday, Congressman Greg Steube, who represents Florida’s 17th district, introduced a bill that would downgrade the controlled substance scheduling for marijuana. Steube’s bill, the Marijuana 1-to-3 Act of 2019, would reclassify cannabis as a Schedule III controlled substance. Currently, the federal government considers cannabis a Schedule I drug... Read more
Sources: USDA hemp rules drafted and awaiting White House approval
Federal agriculture authorities have submitted hemp rules to the White House for final approval, meaning that public release of the first-ever national rules for growing the crop is nearing, Hemp Industry Daily has learned. The hemp industry is eagerly – and anxiously – awaiting federal regulations on hemp production... Read more
KushCo Holdings, Inc. Reconfirms Fiscal 2019 Revenue Guidance GARDEN GROVE, CA / ACCESSWIRE / September 13, 2019 / KushCo Holdings, Inc. (OTCQX:KSHB) (“KushCo” or the “Company”), today announced that it is reconfirming its annual revenue guidance for its fiscal year ended August 31, 2019 of between $145 million and... Read more
Exclusive Interview with Zenabis CEO Andrew Grieve In January, Zenabis Global (TSX: ZENA) (OTC: ZBISF) was formed as the result of the reverse takeover of Bevo Agro by Sun Pharm Investments. In less than a year, the company has increased its licensed production capacity from five tons to more... Read more
Former Vice President Joe Biden said during Thursday’s Democratic debate that marijuana offenses should be treated as misdemeanors—a position that puts him sorely out of step with every other presidential primary opponent on the debate stage, all of whom are calling for outright cannabis legalization. “Nobody who got in... Read more
Former Vice President Joe Biden said during Thursday’s Democratic debate that marijuana offenses should be treated as misdemeanors—a position that puts him sorely out of step with every other presidential primary opponent on the debate stage, all of whom are calling for outright cannabis legalization. “Nobody who got in... Read more
Former Vice President Joe Biden said during Thursday’s Democratic debate that marijuana offenses should be treated as misdemeanors—a position that puts him sorely out of step with every other presidential primary opponent on the debate stage, all of whom are calling for outright cannabis legalization. “Nobody who got in... Read more



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