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Gov. Gavin Newsom is proposing a temporary tax cut for California's ailing marijuana industry, but businesses say it falls short of what's needed to revive the shaky pot economy. Broad legal sales began in 2018, but the industry has struggled with hefty taxes, regulation and competition from a vast illegal marketplace. The administration will recommend eliminating the cultivation tax. But a later increase would come in the retail excise tax to make up for those funds, possibly as soon as 2024. Jerred Kiloh of the United Cannabis Business Association says the plan would not cut consumer prices or lure buyers back from the underground market.
"Cannamom" is a social media hashtag given to mothers who enjoy pot while parenting. One woman says it "absolutely" made her better at being a mom.
The WNBA star was arrested and detained in Russia in February for having cannabis vape cartridges in her luggage. She remains in Russian custody.
Wednesday was April 20. And if you're a cannabis enthusiast, 4/20 (or 420) is your day to celebrate the culture of marijuana.
They’re being charged with culpable negligence, delivery of marijuana and violating Florida's Anti-Tampering Act. Veuer’s Tony Spitz has the details.
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Apr. 20—After years of rejecting efforts to legalize medical and recreational marijuana, several Republican lawmakers on Wednesday promoted a medical cannabis measure — but with session over, there's almost no chance legislators pass the bill this year. Rallying in support of full legalization for years, some Democrats said the legislation doesn't go far enough to legalize a drug that most ...
Here are a few essential reads from scholars who have been watching recent marijuana developments across the country.
More pets are being poisoned by marijuana plants and edibles than in the past and some even die, a new study finds.
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Thomas McDermott Jr. smokes marijuana in a new campaign ad in which he calls for the legalization of cannabis…
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Cheaper to produce than THC from heavily taxed and regulated marijuana plants, THC made chemically from little-regulated hemp vexes farmers, regulators.
While marijuana and hemp are the same plant (cannabis) federal law makes a distinction between marijuana, which is grown for high THC content,…
An American expert on Russian law says WNBA star Brittney Griner could be sent to a labor camp if she's convicted of drug smuggling charges. G…
Content by Lionheart Cannabis. Chris Fanuzzi, owner of Lionheart Cannabis, offers tips for both patients and recreational users regarding the new cannabis legalization law in Montana.
Basketball star Brittney Griner was detained in Russia Feb. 17, a U.S. congressman told ESPN, providing the most detailed public account yet.
Penny Lancaster has made her first arrest in her work as a special constable with the City of London Police force.
The Russian news agency TASS cited a law enforcement source identifying the American woman who was arrested on drug charges as 31-year-old Griner, upon arriving from New York, the report said.
In most states that allow adults to use marijuana medically or recreationally, people can be fired or denied a job for using cannabis in their free time.