According to the study authors, cannabis users are significantly less likely to die folling an acute myocardial infarction than non-cannabis users
Canadian cannabis companies, Aurora Cannabis and MedReleaf, join forces to create one of the largest vertically-integrated cannabis operations in Ontario
Cannabis industry was blindsided when news broke about the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) decision to ban the sale any food or dietary supplement containing CBD.
AZ Patients Beware: “Cannabis Is Not Marijuana” and Thus Illegal According to State’s Appellate Court Ruling
Arizona Appellate Court ruling earlier this week essentially gutted the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act (AMMA) by re-defining “marijuana” as justification to deny the appeal to overturn the felony conviction handed to Rodney Christopher Jones, a card-carrying medical marijuana patient from Yavapai County. Initially arrested and charged with felony possession of cannabis and paraphernalia in 2013 — three…
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) announced today the Senate passed the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (Farm Bill), which includes the Hemp Farming Act.
it became apparent that legislation calling for the removal hemp from Schedule One Controlled Substances may finally have a chance of becoming law, sort of.
Former pharmaceutical executives explain how solving the cannabis industry’s fragmented infrastructure could be as simple as taking a page from the pharmaceutical play book.
This week marks The Cannabis Reporter Radio Show’s 2nd Anniversary of broadcasting on terrestrial radio. The award-winning podcast is the first all-cannabis talk show to achieve nationwide network syndication.
Josh Crossney, founder of the nonprofit advocacy, JCanna, explains how he is bringing the science of cannabis into public awareness through his annual Cannabis Science Conference
CannaKids founder Tracy Ryan explains why California’s adult-use policy makes medical marijuana more costly for suppliers and patients who need cannabis to survive
Study Shows Sharp Decline of Opiates Dispensed to Medicaid Recipients In States Regulating Medical Marijuana
New study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association finds a sharp decline of opiate doses dispensed to Medicaid recipients annually in regulation states
New study concludes that opiates dispensed to Medicare Part D subscribers dropped by an average of 3.6% or 3.742 million daily doses per year on average.