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High Times Announces Inaugural Female 50 Honorees

Friends, you’ve cast your votes and made your voices heard. High Times is thrilled to announce the first-ever honoree class of the High Times Female 50. This collection represents fifty women in all areas of the cannabis space, from research to business and from politics to activism, who have made their mark in a truly …

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High Times Announces The Winners of the High Times Female 50

Friends, you’ve cast your votes and made your voices heard. High Times is thrilled to announce the first-ever winners of the High Times Female 50. This collection represents fifty women in all areas of the cannabis space, from research to business and from politics to activism, who have made their mark in a truly significant …

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New Poll Shows Americans Believe E-Cigarettes Are More Dangerous Than Cannabis

Public opinion is lining up behind cannabis, according to a new poll of 1,007 people by POLITICO and Harvard University. Only 20 percent of U.S. residents told researchers that they believe marijuana is very harmful to users. Perhaps even more surprising, half of respondents said alcohol is “very harmful,” a full 52 percent said the …

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FAA May Start To Require Anti-Overdose Medication Supply On Airplanes

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is considering a proposal that would require commercial airlines to carry a supply of the overdose-reversing drug naloxone on passenger aircraft. Democratic Rep. Jim Langevin of Rhode Island urged FAA Administrator Steve Dickson in a letter to implement the rule after reports that a passenger died of an opioid overdose …

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California Cannabis Businesses Pushing For Tougher Vaping Regulations

LOS ANGELES (AP) — An alliance of major legal marijuana businesses in California urged the state Monday to adopt tougher safety rules for ingredients and devices used in vaping and get tougher with illegal shops, amid an outbreak of a mysterious illness apparently linked to vaping. The recommendations from the industry group — Legal Cannabis …

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Just Add Oil: Stoney Creek Cannabis Company Develops Creative Sales Model

Earth Kisses Sky sells herbal salve mixtures and its clients add their own cannabis oil at home. Cannabis topicals just became legal in Canada in October, but that hasn’t stopped two local entrepreneurs from selling their weed-inspired pain and skin salves legally for months. Ashley Short and Tijen Yalchin — partners in business and life …

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Why Cannabis Legalization in Other Parts of the World Could Be Bad News for North American Pot Stocks

With cannabis companies focusing more on profitability, will that curb expansion efforts? Cannabis legalization is generally good news for the industry and companies looking to expand into other parts of the world. However, that’s not necessarily always the case, as it also creates opportunities for those countries to start becoming exporters of cannabis themselves, and …

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Inside the London Company on the Cutting Edge of Cannabis Science

Born out of proving nutrition claims through science, KGK sees the same potential in cannabis. Whether you know it or not, chances are KGK Science has probably touched some aspect of your life. If you regularly take vitamins or health supplements, you’ve probably benefited from the company’s work on your last trip to the local …

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Massachusetts Judge Says Medical Cannabis Patients May Vape Despite Ban

A judge in Massachusetts has lifted the ban on vaping products for medical marijuana patients, ruling Tuesday that the state went too far on the emergency regulations imposed a little more than a month ago. “The longer the ban remains in effect, the more patients will face undesirable choices, including opioid use, black market purchases, …

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