Prosecutor Issues Warning About Cannabis Edibles That Look Like Normal Candy

After police intercepted a package of cannabis edibles in Kentucky, U.S. Attorney Mike Stuart said Trick or Treat will never be the same.

What is nano THC? How nanoemulsions create new cannabis building blocks

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Hate Attack Strikes Boston-Area Cannabis Store

Vandals struck a storefront in Lynn, Mass., over the weekend, defacing the walls with hate-filled graffiti. They also left a noose hanging from the ceiling. (dlewis33/iStock)

After Long Wait, East Coast’s First Legal Pot Shops Set to Open

In this Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018 photo patient service associate Nelson Rivera III, left, sells medical cannabis products to Victoria Silva, of Amherst, Mass., right, at a New England Treatment Access medical marijuana dispensary, in Northampton, Mass. Within days perhaps, the medical marijuana dispensary in Northampton expects to receive the final go-ahead to throw its doors open to anyone 21 or older who wants to purchase cannabis products ranging from flower to edibles, creams and even suppositories. (Steven Senne/AP)

Senate Schedules Hearing on Cannabis Banking Bill

The SAFE Act will the subject of an upcoming Senate hearing.

Why Hacktivists Say You Should Invest in Zig-Zags

Anonymous Analytics, the financially-minded faction of the hacktivist group Anonymous, has spent the past decade making a name...

FDA Puts America on Notice: Stop Touting CBD Claims

America’s booming CBD market received a cold splash of reality this week when the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued...

Holy Crapo! Cannabis Banking Reform Makes Surprise Headway

A reform bill to break the prohibition on cannabis banking is blocked in the Senate banking committee, but now the committee chair says he's open to discussion on the issue.

Michigan Governor Adds Voice to Push for Banking Access for Cannabis Businesses

Another lawmaker has joined the team to advance the SAFE Banking Act.

Minnesota Hemp Farmer Facing Charges for High THC Content

Farmer Luis Hummel, who is in the process of suing the state because his license was revoked “without due process,” has been charged with two felonies and one gross misdemeanor after seized crops tested 10 times higher for THC than the federal limits.

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