Articles By Alyson Martin
At a talk hosted by Guam’s Bar Association and District Courts, speakers talked about the potential for a looming problem with cannabis: East Asian tourists who don’t like it.
More workers base their recommendations on customer experience with cannabis products than on clinician input, a new JAMA study found.
Federal agencies want to support research on cannabis and the effects of THC, and various products from vape cartridges to edibles, using a newly-established standard dose of THC.
In response to an Office of National Drug Control Policy request for information on the “application of equity in U.S. national drug control policy,” there was a significant focus on cannabis.
The study sheds light on a perennial concern for lawmakers and policymakers: an increase in youth use after legalization.
The legislature convened for a special session, in part to consider New York Gov. Kathy Hochul’s cannabis regulator nominations, which were initially expected from former Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Sponsors of a bill to legalize cannabis for adult use in the Buckeye State held a town hall event Thursday, just days after a campaign eyeing the ballot cleared a key step.
The Caribbean island nation has launched its medical cannabis industry, and now seeks to balance social costs with economic benefits in adopting further reforms.
The poll, conducted every year, shows a steady rise in cannabis consumption over time, though political divides and “generational patterns” still exist.