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
Q&A

Q&A: What Does Silicon Valley’s PAX Have Planned in Canada?

Cannabis Wire spoke with PAX’s first general manager for Canada about new markets, shifting consumer preferences, and the opportunities afforded by federal legalization.

Research

Q&A: Is the New Mexico VA Hobbling Cannabis Research?

A university researcher needs veterans as subjects for his work on PTSD. He says the VA is making recruitment difficult.

Colorado

Colorado Steams Ahead On Outside Cannabis Investment

A second stakeholder meeting focused on the scope of potential investors, mandatory disclosure of financial records, and divestiture of bad actors.