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New York Marijuana Legalization Update

 If New York lawmakers are going to legalize marijuana, this is their final week of the year to do to….

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CBD Sorta Kinda Legal In Texas

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has signed into law a bill that lets Texas farmers grow hemp — and allows the…

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FDA Bans CBD Infused Food

Don’t expect to find a new Ben & Jerry’s ice cream flavor containing the word “cannabidiol” anytime soon. The company…

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Dispensary Threatens to Sue Maine over Residency Requirements

Maine’s biggest marijuana company, Wellness Connection, is threatening to sue Maine if it doesn’t change proposed residency requirements that would…

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Dallas Airport Police Arresting Dozens of CBD Oil Users

Of those arrests, one was a 71-year-old woman who used CBD oil for pain relief. She was booked on a felony drug possession charge, the outlet’s investigation discovered.

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Yes, CBD Is Illegal in North Dakota And You Can Be Arrested

According to North Dakota Century Code, marijuana products are all illegal unless they come from the stalks or their fiber,…

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Posted in LOCAL Marijuana New York

NYS Marijuana Arrests As High as 44% of all Arrests in some Counties.

As New York State’s lawmakers contemplate making recreational marijuana legal, new Federal Bureau of Investigations data shows nearly 5% of…

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Forecast: $1.18 Billion Cannabinoid Hemp Oil (CBD)

Social acceptance of cannabis products globally is one of the factors largely attributing to the growth of cannabinoid hemp oil…

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Texas May Finally Make CBD Legal

The debate over the future of CBD oil in Texas heads to the floor of the Texas House on Tuesday….

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CBD Police Raids Continue in Texas

Police raided a pair of north Texas CBD stores recently, even as policymakers in the Lonestar State began reevaluating the…