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University of Maryland Offering First of Its Kind Master’s Program in Cannabis

The University of Maryland is now offering a master’s degree in cannabis that is being billed as the first in the nation. In the two-year program, students will study the basics of medical marijuana, including the clinical uses and adverse effects of cannabis. Course work will also cover public health considerations and state and federal …

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Missouri Wants To Ban Medical Marijuana Businesses From Paying Taxes With Cash

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Missouri’s health department wants to ban medical marijuana businesses from paying taxes in cash, a move that industry advocates say could shut out small businesses from the field. Missouri voters in 2018 made medical marijuana legal but sales are still prohibited under federal law. Financial institutions, particularly national banks, shy away …

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Vitamin E Acetate Confirmed Culprit In Vaping Illnesses

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed on Friday that the additive vitamin E acetate is the likely cause of the nation’s rash of lung injuries caused by vaping. Dr. Anne Schuchat, the principal deputy director of the CDC, told reporters that the additive, which received early attention as a potential cause of e-cigarette …

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Actress Bella Thorne Launches Cannabis Brand

Actress and artist Bella Thorne has launched a new cannabis brand in California, teaming up with vertically integrated producer Glass House Group. The new brand, Forbidden Flowers, will offer sun-grown cannabis products from the company’s cultivation division, Glass House Farms. Thorne said in a press release that cannabis has long been part of her personal …

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Trump Wants To Raise The Purchasing Age Of Vape Products To 21

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Friday his administration will pursue raising the age to purchase electronic cigarettes from 18 to 21 in its upcoming plans to combat youth vaping. Trump told reporters his administration will release its final plans for restricting e-cigarettes next week but provided few other details. “We have to take …

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Federal Grand Jury Subpoenas Boston In Cannabis Corruption Investigation

A federal grand jury has subpoenaed the City of Boston for records in a continuing investigation into possible corruption in Massachusetts’ fledgling cannabis industry. The action makes Boston the latest in a series of municipalities that are being investigated by the office of U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling. The Boston Globe reports that the subpoena, a …

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Licensed Cannabis Producers Will Be Allowed to Sell Their Products on Site, Online and Over the Phone

The Ford government made the changes to further combat the black market. The news was delivered along with the fall economic statement saying they will decrease waits for access to legal cannabis. Cannabis retailers will soon be able to sell products over the phone or online for in-store pick ups. The method known as “click-and-connect” …

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Florida University Developing Program To Teach School Kids About Medical Marijuana

It would go to figure, with the growing number of states where cannabis is legal, that educators are grappling with how to talk about marijuana with students in school. After all, the transition from the era of “Just Say No” messaging about how drugs are bad to this brave new world where cannabis products are …

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