Articles By Nushin Rashidian
The request for information is NIH’s first on these barriers, and it includes eight participants, from the National Cancer Institute to the National Institute on Aging.
In new patent applications, Altria and the University of Virginia focus on how to modify cannabis plants to “control the formation of terpenes that impart specific flavor and aroma characteristics.”
The 2018 Farm Bill legalized hemp, catalyzing a nascent industry – and creating plenty of confusion. A hearing in Congress today highlighted priorities for the 2023 Farm Bill.
New York’s Cannabis Equity PAC Has Now Raised $100,000. Here’s Where the Money Is Coming From and Going.
Assembly Majority Leader Crystal Peoples-Stokes, who co-authored the state’s adult use law, formed the PAC to “promote equity and economic justice in New York’s cannabis industry.”
The Act, sponsored by Sens. Schumer, Booker, and Wyden, went through extensive revisions in response to 1,800 comments on the discussion draft released last July.
For decades, it’s been the University of Mississippi. This time around, new growers in the U.S. are eligible.
With sales for adults on the horizon more than three years after cannabis became legal, Attorney General Leevin T. Camacho hosted a roundtable discussion during which cannabis regulators shared lessons learned.
The country is on track to legalize and regulate cannabis consumption and sales for adults. A public consultation throughout June was the first big step.
Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren spearheaded a letter from lawmakers calling out the Biden administration’s “failure” on cannabis policy reform.