Scientists and testing experts discuss contaminant issues in the wake of a widening vaping emergency
Big Pharma is working on locking up cannabis patents, creating partnerships, and standing by to use its financial muscle for more ownership of the medical cannabis industry when the time is right.
Nearly every state has to weather the argument from law enforcement about how to find and get stoned drivers off the road. But developing roadside testing devices to use for finding reliable, standardized levels of THC intoxication continues to be a slippery, moving problem with no solution in sight.
So much is going on in the industry today that researchers are gearing up for more access to the plant, more potential lab discoveries, and better science to truly uncover the secrets of the cannabis plant and find out more about what the plant has to offer.
Small Business Administration Congressional Hearing: Another Milestone for the Cannabis Industry, Featuring Detractors Offering Inadvertent Support
Another Congressional hearing pits detractors against industry businesses testifying about getting access to financial services like any other small business.
Top researchers discuss what they are working on, and how big data is helping collect information for better science about a complicated plant.
There are many ways to ingest tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). But more innovative methods are being explored, with interesting results for the consumer.
More CBD consumers means more people in the workplace unaware of the issues with CBD products and THC levels who could be putting their jobs at risk.
Three bills to allow access to medical cannabis by veterans were removed from a House committee hearing.
Two new bills creating significant legislative movement put cannabis on the road to legalization