Hemp legalization passes House; Farm Bill heads to Trump for final approval
Nationwide hemp legalization cleared its final congressional hurdle Wednesday, sending the watershed 2018 Farm Bill that removes hemp from the Controlled Substances Act to President Donald Trump. The House voted 369-47 to pass a Farm Bill compromise that includes legalizing cannabis plants with no more than 0.3% THC. Trump... Read more

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The legal marijuana market has become one of the most prominent industries in the U.S., Canada and other countries abroad. In the past two years, the legal market has shifted drastically aiding in investors coming into the now friendlier space. With this new market has come extremely high market capitalizations as well as even higher […]

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International Marijuana Stocks Are on the Rise

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Marijuana stocks have continued to move into the international space over the past year or two given the friendlier market abroad. With countries like Germany and specific areas in Africa choosing to legalize the use of cannabis, it seems as though more and more companies are making their entrance into the legal weed market. Of […]

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Farm Bill compromise allows nationwide hemp production for any use – including CBD
A long-awaited end to five decades of hemp prohibition has been approved by a House-Senate panel, opening the door to hemp production in all 50 states for any use – including CBD. The measure is included in the 2018 Farm Bill, which still must pass both houses of Congress... Read more
New York state bans CBD foods, vape products
New York state is banning CBD vape and food manufacturing and asking 2019 hemp licensees to sign a waiver acknowledging the “inherent risk” of making a dietary supplement considered off-limits by federal health authorities. The New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets also will require hemp-derived CBD supplements to... Read more
Small and Mid-Cap Marijuana Stocks Present Investors With New Opportunities

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When looking at the marijuana industry, most decide to view the companies with large market capitalizations rather than the smaller players in the market. Although this is often a good strategy, since marijuana as a whole is still relatively in its infancy, the smaller guys are worth taking a look at. Much of the guiding […]

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Report: Felons already growing hemp can continue under Farm Bill compromise
While a reported compromise on the 2018 Farm Bill has not been officially released, details are starting to leak about felon participation in the industry. A hemp-legalization measure poised for final action in Congress this month would set up a two-tier system for drug felons, McClatchy’s Washington bureau reported.... Read more
Iowa opens medical CBD sales Saturday under cloud of confusion
Iowa’s first licensed medical cannabis producer is walking a fine line as his state opens CBD sales Saturday. On one hand, Iowa has gone to great lengths to say that it will allow only cannabidiol products, not THC goods. On the other hand, MedPharm Iowa is growing cannabis that... Read more
Cannabis-waste recycler wins Colorado grant to develop aftermarket hemp products
A cannabis-waste startup has been selected to receive a $250,000 grant from Colorado to find aftermarket uses for hemp and marijuana waste. 9Fiber of Silver Spring, Maryland, plans to process waste hemp and marijuana stalks for industrial purposes such as bioplastics, construction materials and animal bedding. The company expects to... Read more
North Dakota court asked to ignore CBD’s legal status as retailer appeals drug conviction
Photo by Bobak Ha’Eri A tobacco-shop owner appealing his drug conviction said the products he sold were perfectly legal, but prosecutors want North Dakota’s highest court to leave that question to a jury. The North Dakota Supreme Court heard arguments this week in the case of Falesteni A. Abu Hamda,... Read more



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