Regulators in Michigan will begin accepting applications for licenses to operate businesses in the state’s coming adult-use cannabis market on Friday. The Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency will accept applications for several different license types on its website beginning at 12:01 a.m. on Friday,
In Kentucky, a new lawsuit accuses Louisville police of conducting a frightening and unwarranted raid that was prompted by nothing more than a whiff of marijuana.
The suit has been brought by Ashlea Burr and Mario Daugherty, a couple who say they were getting their three children ready for school one
The United States Coast Guard just announced the conclusion of what appears to be a large drug bust in the Pacific Ocean. So large, in fact, that the agency is now back on the mainland to offload several hundred million dollars’ worth of illegal substances.
According to the agency, the busts were
The debut edition of the 2019 Oregon Cannabis Cup was a blast! Here is the much-anticipated list of winners from the groundbreaking event:
Katee Laine/ High Times1st Place: Phresh Cannabis – Cuvee Cookies2nd Place: 17 Farms – Ice Cream Cake3rd Place: PDX Organics – Platinum Candy
Former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter has been hired on as a “senior advisor and consultant” for Green Leaf Medical, a New Jersey company that is looking to open a 50,000 square foot cannabis production facility and dispensary in Gloucester City’s Southport waterfront area.
It appears that the mysterious vaping-related illness sweeping the United States has started to slow down. On Friday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that the casualty rate for the as-yet-unexplained health condition is “leveling off or even declining.”
The most recent
Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Neronha announced on Monday that the state would receive $5.4 million as its share of a $700 million settlement reached last week between consumer goods company Reckitt Benckiser and a coalition representing all 50 states over the company’s marketing of the opioid
It’s one thing to forget where you hid something nearly 20 years ago. It’s quite another if it was hidden in your nose. But that is the improbable story of a 48-year-old former prisoner, whose tale of nasal smuggling was detailed in a case report published by the British Medical Journal.
CHICAGO (AP) — A proposed bill would require all CBD products sold in Illinois to meet testing requirements that would be developed by the state Department of Agriculture.
CBD is a cannabis extract that
does not cause a high but is marketed as a healing remedy to alleviate
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — As Utah prepares to launch its medical marijuana program next year, residents who want to use the drug in the meantime are encountering skeptical doctors and the quandary of where to get the plant.
A law passed by the Utah Legislature in December
2018 allows residents