International community has “condemnation for countries that have opted for a complete legalization of marijuana,” INCB member says.
The vote could ultimately lead to the introduction of a legislative proposal on medical cannabis at the EU level.
Members of the Mexican Senate will soon grapple with three initiatives to regulate the “non-medicinal consumption of cannabis.”
The proposed changes could ignite the global market.
Despite its favorable climate and decades of experience in research and production, Israel’s cannabis industry has been overshadowed by other nations due to its inability to export.
An important finding may not be delivered in time for key UN commission’s vote this March.
What comes to mind when I think of the cannabis industry in 2018 is its breathtaking speed of global growth.
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.
The nation has seen an influx of investment from Canadian cannabis companies, set in motion by its previous president. Will a new administration keep the momentum?
Fox, who is now the director of a Canadian cannabis company in Colombia, shared his thoughts on the future of the cannabis industry in the Americas.
The authorities don’t approve, but people here do smoke cannabis—and one rapper keeps singing about it.