National Assembly of the Republic of Korea (Flickr: OZinOH)

For South Koreans, Cannabis Gets Complicated

In allowing medical use, the nation is shifting from an extreme hard line. But the move highlights cultural confusion about cannabis—already felt keenly by students who study abroad.

South Korea
Global

Paraguay Prepares to Issue Licenses for Domestic Cannabis Production

The production of cannabis products in Paraguay has the potential to help patients avoid the need to import costly products from abroad.

Israel

Q&A: What’s Next for Cannabis in Israel?

On the eve of the Israeli election, Cannabis Wire editor Alyson Martin spoke with Israel Cannabis (iCAN) founder Saul Kaye about why the industry is closely watching the US.

Florida

Acreage, Harvest Health Join Cannabis Companies Lobbying in Florida

National cannabis companies are lobbying in Florida in the midst of legalization pushes from both industry and advocacy groups.