Pleading guilty to assault, a Toronto lawyer blamed his actions on "cannabis-induced psychosis." Does such a thing exist?
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Cannabis remains a male-dominated industry, but there isn't much data on the so-called grass ceiling for women or minorities in leadership roles.
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Medical marijuana legalization proponents want all of Utah's citizens, not just a single judge, to decide the issue.
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25 New Yorkers were just hospitalized because of cannabis prohibition. It's time to stop the madness.
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After breathing new life into the Toronto chapter of Women Grow, Antuanette Gomez is shifting her focus to politics and, beginning next month, making a run for Toronto city council.
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Explore some of Leafly's product picks for May 2018, including infused sparkling water, dabbing multi-tools, and cutting-edge vaporizers.
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The 2016 presidential election helped launch cannabis-industry veteran Jessa Lewis into politics. Now she's running for state Senate.
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Have a Heart, opening in partnership with a popular chain from Washington state, will open for business Monday.
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Their campaign to rescind petition signatures didn't work, so opponents took their case to court.
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This week: New York City's legalization moves, the Supreme Court's betting case, and an Englishman's decision to offer a healthy sativa a better home.
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US Attorney Billy J. Williams is the first federal prosecutor to detail his strategy for enforcing federal drug laws in a state where marijuana is legal.
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Under the Excise Tax Act, illicit cannabis producers could face huge fines or five-year prison terms—on top of the potential 14-year prison sentences they face under the Cannabis Act.
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Organizers are aiming to put the issue to voters next year.
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Trying to get rid of a past California cannabis conviction? The Drug Policy Alliance is hosting a free event in San Bernardino this weekend to help get you started.
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Learn about how THC tolerance develops and why your tolerance to cannabis recovers quickly once you take a break.
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The Campaign for Cannabis Amnesty is making sure the government can’t continue to deal in erratic hypocrisy, but must actually address the systemic and oppressive failings of prohibition.
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A powerful Congressional committee has voted to extend federal protections for medical marijuana patients and providers in legal-cannabis states.
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