Tim Conder appointed permanent CEO of marijuana MSO Tilt Holdings

Tim Conder, interim CEO of marijuana multistate operator Tilt Holdings since April, has been given the job on a permanent basis.

Hearing set for Missouri cannabis recall, but decision will take time

Missouri regulators and Delta Extraction will submit arguments at a Friday hearing about a widespread recall of cannabis products.

Utah medical marijuana dispensary workers unionize with UFCW

Employees of Dragonfly Wellness, a medical marijuana dispensary in Salt Lake City, voted to join the United Food and Commercial Workers.

Canadian cannabis companies tap government funding programs

More Canadian cannabis companies are tapping government funding sources to finance research and other projects.

New York to issue 1,500 more marijuana business licenses

New York regulators plan to issue as many as 1,500 new marijuana business licenses as unsold cannabis continues to build up among growers,

British Columbia cannabis stores can now receive samples from producers

Licensed Canadian cannabis producers are now allowed to provide authorized stores in British Columbia with product samples for a nominal fee.

Marijuana producer Organigram files CA$500 million shelf prospectus

Marijuana producer Organigram filed a preliminary short-form base shelf prospectus to raise up to 500 million Canadian dollars.

Montana marijuana lab closes over compliance-software glitch

Owners of a Montana marijuana testing lab said they've shut down out of concern that state regulators aren't focused on improving standards.

Cannabis banking reform bill passes key Senate hearing

The 23-member Senate Banking Committee voted 14-9 in favor of sending the SAFER Banking Act to the Senate floor with technical amendments.

How labor unions can benefit cannabis operators

Companies that find ways to work well with unions can thrive, while those that don’t might lose money because of lawsuits or labor strikes.

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Wisconsin Democrats launch new marijuana legalization campaign

Wisconsin Democratic legislators have renewed their push to legalize medical and adult-use marijuana in the state.

Applications for hemp-derived business permits surge in Minnesota

More than 1,000 businesses and entrepreneurs have applied for licenses to be part of Minnesota’s low-dose, hemp-derived products market.

Alaska eases rules on marijuana ads and sampling, eyes tax reform

Alaska is easing restrictions on cannabis advertising and sampling, while state lawmakers also contemplate marijuana tax reform.

Cannabis banking outlook bright in Senate, but federal shutdown looms

Cannabis banking reform could pass a U.S. Senate panel hearing Wednesday, but a possible government shutdown could slow more progress.

Relative of deceased Alabama marijuana licensee defends family, Curaleaf

The granddaughter of a deceased applicant named on an Alabama medical marijuana license application defended her family and Curaleaf.

Leafly wins temporary relief from third-party cannabis marketing ban in NY

Cannabis e-commerce platform Leafly has been granted a temporary exemption to continue operations in New York state.

Minnesota's new chief marijuana regulator resigns amid allegations

Erin Dupree has resigned as the first director of Minnesota's Office of Cannabis Management before even starting her role.

Cannabis tech company GrowerIQ wins CA$1.5 million government grant

Cannabis technology company GrowerIQ received a grant worth 1.08 million Canadian dollars ($790,000) to enhance its cannabis tracking system.

Wholesale cannabis prices rise in key states, but downward pressure expected

Wholesale cannabis prices stabilized or rebounded in some key markets this summer, but growers should brace for renewed downward pressure.

PA advances bill allowing marijuana growers, processors to sell direct

Pennsylvania’s Senate approved a bill allowing medical marijuana growers and processors to sell product directly to patients.

Erin DuPree hired as 1st chief regulator for Minnesota's cannabis industry

Erin DuPree has been appointed as the inaugural director of Minnesota's Office of Cannabis Management as the state prepares for adult use.

Republican marijuana banking sponsors introduce bill to halt MJ rescheduling

Two Republican senators are pushing new legislation to thwart the Biden administration’s historic marijuana rescheduling efforts.

Widespread product recall upends Missouri's cannabis industry

A widespread recall of thousands of cannabis products in Missouri has led to millions of dollars in lost sales and inventory for companies.

Judge orders Rhode Island grower to halt marijuana sales amid allegations

A major marijuana grower in Rhode Island has been ordered to stop selling products while regulators consider alleged violations.

Oregon regulators to allow marijuana products with aspergillus

The Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission will allow the sale and transfer of cannabis products that test positive for aspergillus.

British Columbia court tosses suit over cannabis store enforcement on reserves

A judge ruled against licensed British Columbia cannabis retailers seeking compensation from the province over licensing enforcement.

State regulators want Congress to redefine, regulate hemp, delta-8 THC

The Cannabis Regulators Association wants Congress to include in the next Farm Bill new rules governing hemp and hemp-derived cannabinoids.

Thailand plans cannabis law rewrite to allow only medical sales

Thailand’s new prime minister said the Southeast Asian country plans to rewrite its cannabis laws to allow only medical use.

Missouri marijuana sales slip in August, but Montana sets monthly record

Monthly marijuana sales in Missouri shrank slightly to $119 million in August, but sales in Montana reached a high of nearly $28.7 million.

Cannabis tech company GrowerIQ wins CA$1.5 million government grant

Cannabis technology company GrowerIQ received a grant worth 1.08 million Canadian dollars ($790,000) to enhance its cannabis tracking system.

U.S. Territories & Caribbean Cannabis News | Marijuana Business News

Get the latest U.S. Territories & Caribbean marijuana news, and data from the leading industry publication in the cannabis world, Marijuana Business Daily.

Importance of reliable payroll provider highlighted by vendor aversion to marijuana

A marijuana company’s payroll provider should focus on cannabis and not also serve mainstream businesses, MJ executives agree.

Oklahoma regulators close 5 operations, seize 'untraceable' cannabis

A multi-agency investigation in Oklahoma has resulted in the closure of five marijuana businesses and thousands of pounds of seized cannabis.

Vermont marijuana entrepreneur sues MSO Slang for fraud in merger deal

Toronto-based Slang Worldwide allegedly hid its financial challenges before buying a Vermont marijuana retail chain, according to a lawsuit.

Senate cannabis banking bill unveiled with key vote expected next week

Senate Democrats have released an updated and rebranded cannabis banking reform bill ahead of a long-awaited committee markup.

New marijuana ETF hits the market based on rescheduling hopes

A new cannabis exchange traded fund (ETF) has been launched by Subversive Capital Advisor based on the potential rescheduling of marijuana.

Denmark has destroyed over 145,000 kilograms of cannabis

Much of the medical cannabis produced under Denmark’s regulatory regime has never made it to market and was intentionally destroyed.

California marijuana businesses beg gov to veto product label legislation

Newly passed law awaiting governor's signature would outlaw a broad array of product labels deemed attractive to children.

Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission chair suspended

Shannon O'Brien, the chair of Massachusetts' Cannabis Control Commission (CCC), has been suspended without pay.

Leafly lawsuit challenges New York ban on third-party marijuana marketers

A rule banning third-party advertising and marketing services in New York’s adult-use marijuana market is being challenged in court.

Cannabis producer BZAM cuts 90 more jobs after TGOD merger

Canadian cannabis producer BZAM has slashed another 90 employees as part of its merger with The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings.

Marijuana operator Columbia Care rebrands as The Cannabist Co.

Major marijuana multistate operator Columbia Care has a new corporate identity after rebranding as The Cannabist Co.

Cannabis retailer High Tide reports small loss, positive free cash flow

Cannabis retailer High Tide reported positive free cash flow of 4.1 million Canadian dollars for its third fiscal quarter of 2023.

Canadian cannabis retail evolving, consolidating 5 years after legalization

Nearly five years after legalizing recreational cannabis at the federal level, Canada is nearing 4,000 regulated stores across the country.

Curaleaf marijuana retail employees in Phoenix return to work after 1-day strike

Workers at a Curaleaf marijuana store in central Phoenix went on a daylong strike to protest a wrongful termination and operational policies.

Canadian cannabis producer Canopy Growth raising $25 million

Canopy Growth Corp. entered into subscription agreements in a private placement offering for gross proceeds of roughly $25 million,

Marijuana MSO Columbia Care raises $25 million in private placement

Marijuana multistate operator Columbia Care entered into agreements with institutional investors to raise $25 million in a private placement.

Aeroponic cannabis cultivation offers benefits, but high-tech method is rare

Aeroponic cannabis cultivation, combined with careful environmental controls, can accelerate the growth of marijuana crops.

California warns labs to accurately report cannabis testing results

California cannabis regulators warned licensed testing labs that they would face stiff penalties for not accurately reporting test results.

Hubbard County passes cannabis ordinance

Public use of cannabis will be a petty misdemeanor offense, with a fine up to $300.

The Austin Chronic: Inside Texas’ Busiest Medical Cannabis Facility

State restrictions are bonkers, but that hasn't stopped Texas Original from expanding

Greenway Greenhouse Cannabis Launches First Brands In The Canadian Market

Greenway Greenhouse Cannabis Corporation (CSE: GWAY) (OTC: GWAYF), a leading Canadian greenhouse marijuana cultivator, marks a significant milestone by launching its inaugural brands and SKUs, now accepted by the Ontario Cannabis Store for the Winter 2023-2024 product call.

EXCLUSIVE: Why Professionals With Mainstream Experience Are Crucial In The Cannabis Industry - Cresco Labs (OTC:CRLBF), Green Thumb Industries (OTC:GTBIF)

For the cannabis industry to continue to evolve and establish itself in the mainstream market, employing professionals with mainstream industry experience is vital, according to industry experts gathered at the Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference.

Police: Norwalk vape shop raided after complaints of illegal marijuana sales

Norwalk police say they raided Vapesmart on Liberty Square after receiving complaints of...

Top Mass. cannabis regulator sues treasurer over commission suspension

The lawsuit is the latest sign of upheaval around the agency that oversees the state's legal cannabis sector.

Cannabis Landlord, Controlled by Toni Ko, Files for Writ of Attachment Against Unrivaled Brands

SANTA ANA, Calif., Sept. 28, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Unrivaled Brands, Inc. (OTCQB: UNRV) (“Unrivaled,” “Unrivaled Brands,” or the “Company”), a cannabis company with operations throughout California, today announced their intention to oppose an Application for a Writ of Attachment (the “Application”) filed by 1149 South LA Street Fashion District, LLC and 1135 South LA Street Fashion District, LLC. The complaint, and the Application for Writ of Attachment, are based…

Sen. Krueger, cannabis groups trade barbs over N.Y.'s slow rollout

Applications for full cannabis licenses start next week.

SNDL and Nova Cannabis Extend Outside Date for Closing of the Strategic Partnership

/PRNewswire/ - SNDL Inc. (NASDAQ: SNDL) ("SNDL") and Nova Cannabis Inc. (TSX: NOVC) ("Nova") announced today that while all other provincial approvals have...

Pritzker touts Illinois pot legalization as model for other states

Since marijuana was legalized in the state in 2020, pot shops have brought in more than $669 million in sales and added more than 30,000 jobs. But the state also legalized pot in a way that address past harms of the war on drugs and harsh drug sentencing, the governor said.

State's medical cannabis rules changing again

Several people representing dispensaries, manufacturers and growers gave state officials their views at a public hearing Thursday on proposed rule changes for South Dakota’s medical cannabis …

Kingston’s first cannabis growers showcase scheduled for Friday, but still awaits final approval

KINGSTON, N.Y. – On the eve of the city’s first scheduled cannabis growers showcase, state regulators said the event’s organizers were on the verge of being granted clearance to operate but had yet…

Cannabis chair Shannon O'Brien sues state treasurer to stop suspension

Treasurer Deb Goldberg said that there have been "several serious allegations" against O'Brien, but O'Brien said she was "unlawfully" removed. She is seeking a court order that she should be allowed to serve out her term.

Cannabis groups question approval of medical marijuana program repeal petition

A cannabis reform group is challenging the Secretary of State for approving a ballot question petition they say violates the law.

Jones Soda's Cannabis Brand, Mary Jones, Now Available in Washington State

Jones Soda Co. (CSE: JSDA, OTCQB: JSDA), the original craft soda known for its unconventional flavors and user-submitted photo labels, announced its crossover cannabis brand Mary Jones is now available at dispensaries in Washington state.

This Craft Cannabis Company Reports Q3 2023 Results With 48% Revenue Growth - Grown Rogue International (OTC:GRUSF)

Grown Rogue International Inc. (OTC: GRUSF) recently reported its fiscal third quarter 2023 results for the three months ended July 31, 2023.

Top cannabis regulator O'Brien sues treasurer over suspension

The lawsuit, filed in Suffolk Superior Court, is the latest sign of upheaval around the agency that oversees the state's legal cannabis sector and lays bare details of internal acrimony.

Saugus cannabis vote almost certainly delayed, frustrating some

SAUGUS — Despite indications from members of the Board of Selectmen that a decision on the issuance of up to three special permits for recreational marijuana dispensaries would come at the board’s next meeting on Oct. 4, a vote will likely be delayed again as Chairman Anthony Cogliano indicated this week he does not feel

Michigan’s Cannabis Regulatory Agency recalls marijuana gummies sold across metro Detroit

Michigan’s Cannabis Regulatory Agency (CRA) announced Thursday a voluntary recall of a number of marijuana-infused edibles

EXCLUSIVE: Pritzker On What SAFER Banking, Cannabis Rescheduling Would Mean For Illinois

Illinois became the first state in the U.S. to fully legalize adult use cannabis through legislation with the passage of the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act in 2020.

Mass. Cannabis Commission chair sues state treasurer over suspension

Shannon O'Brien alleged the treasurer "willfully side-stepped both Massachusetts law and any process at all" in removing her from her post.

What cannabis does to your body minute-by-minute

This is what happens when you smoke or ingest cannabis.

Big Winners, Some Losers as Cannabis Stocks Get Banking Help

There’s some good news for cannabis stocks today, though you likely couldn’t tell it from looking at a rundown of some of the bigger names in the industry today. So...

San Luis Obispo County Supervisors mull over easing cannabis regulations

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Hearing set for Missouri cannabis recall, but decision will take time

Missouri regulators and Delta Extraction will submit arguments at a Friday hearing about a widespread recall of cannabis products.

Major Cannabis Expo In Edison Friday Will Focus On Social Justice

Over 100 vendors are expected to attend the expo to be held at the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center.

Utah medical marijuana dispensary workers unionize with UFCW

Employees of Dragonfly Wellness, a medical marijuana dispensary in Salt Lake City, voted to join the United Food and Commercial Workers.

Cannabis Science Conference Fall: Closing Panel Discussion Highlights Standards and Accreditation

A panel of individuals from standards-setting organizations and accreditation bodies reviewed the role they each play within the cannabis sector and offered insights into the future of the industry to close out the analytical science track at Cannabis Science Conference Fall on Friday, September 22nd.

Men Who Consume Cannabis Less Likely To Have Kidney Stones

Researchers assessed 14,000 US subjects between the ages of 20 and 59

Why this delivery company CEO thinks it’s good Marin doesn’t allow storefront cannabis sales

“It's infuriating to see cannabis on a list next to heroin and claims of no medical value,” says Nurit Raphael, CEO of ONA.Life, a San Rafael cannabis delivery company.

Maryland’s Office Of Social Equity Speaks On Its Mission To Open Cannabis Industry To Diverse Entrepreneurs

The executive director for Maryland's Office of Social Equity speaks on its mission to diversify the pool of entrepreneurs in cannabis.

Bar where cops found £20k has licence stripped as cops suspect drugs were sold

Nearly 70 cannabis plants were found behind a false wall in the basement

EXCLUSIVE: Illinois Is Paving The Way For Cannabis, Pritzker Says: 'Here In The Land Of Lincoln We're Trying To Do Things Differently'

Illinois was the first state in the U.S. to fully legalize adult-use cannabis through legislation, setting a precedent for the rest of the nation.

Learn how to clear your cannabis record for free at WVON Family Care Expo

Leaders from New Leaf Illinois will be at the WVON Family Care Expo this Saturday, September 30, to share how the program can help people clear past cannabis

Toronto Stocks Rally; Aurora Cannabis Shares Fall on C$33.8M Bought-Deal Financing

By Adriano Marchese Toronto stocks were solidly higher on Thursday at midday, reversing course from Wednesday's trading which saw major indexes dip below...

Canadian adults with cannabis use disorder appear to have  60% higher risk of cardiovascular diseases

A new study has found that Canadian adults with cannabis use disorder appear to have an approximately 60% higher risk of experiencing their first heart attack, stroke, or other major cardiovascular event than those without cannabis use disorder.

More Women Are Using Cannabis to Manage Menopause Symptoms

A new study found that the most common symptoms that cannabis was used to treat were chronic pain, anxiety, sleep problems, and stress.

Don't Miss the Boom: 3 Cannabis Stocks Set to Explode Higher

With states pushing for legalization, wager on these top cannabis stocks to buy primed for a breakthrough offering.

Man arrested after stealing $12,000 worth of edibles, concentrates from DC cannabis shop: police

Authorities arrested a man they say stole over $12,000 worth of edibles, concentrates, and plants from a D.C. cannabis shop.

Jersey City's First Two Recreational Cannabis Dispensaries Set to Open

Two existing medicinal facilities, Ript Dispensary and FLWR, are slated to begin sales of recreational cannabis in the coming days.

Attracting Investors in the Evolving Cannabis Industry Key Recommendations

In order to attract investors in the ever-changing landscape of cannabis regulations, industry experts have put forth the following recommendations:

Why Aurora Cannabis Stock Got Smoked Today @themotleyfool #stocks $ACB

Aurora Cannabis is taking advantage of its recent stock run to raise some cash.

Cannabis is a top crop in Shasta County, with millions in sales

Shasta County's cannabis production tops nearly every other agricultural crop in the county, even though it is only grown in Redding and Shasta Lake.

Herd of Sheep Devour Hundreds of Pounds of Pot in Greece | High Times

Companies like Tikun Olam grow medical cannabis in the area.

Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission Audit Results Published | High Times

The audit results reveal that $10 million in possibly unsafe cannabis products were sold in Massachusetts between January 2019-December 2020.

SAFER Banking Act Passes Senate Committee, Moves to Floor Vote | High Times

The SAFER Banking Act advanced past the Senate Banking Committee Wednesday clearing a big hurdle in the path to legal cannabis businesses potentially moving away from the dangerous cash-only system they currently operate on.

And Then There Were Seven (Losers) | High Times

Seven Republican candidates gather to debate anything but their shared problem.

Nebraska Advocacy Group Continues Pushing for Medical Cannabis Legalization

Nebraskans for Medical Marijuana are working on collecting signatures for two medical cannabis initiatives to appear on the 2024 ballot.

Rochester, New York Public Library Launches Cannabis Worker Certification

The Rochester Public Library in New York is preparing its residents for the incoming flow of jobs.

Detroit Police Raid Psilocybin Church After Newspaper Feature

The owner of a church that allegedly sold psilocybin products to its members is arguing that a police raid on their property was illegal..

Wisconsin Lawmakers Introduce Bill To Legalize Cannabis

Two legislators who introduced the legalization bill described Wisconsin’s current laws as “antiquated and deeply unjust.”

Two People Charged for Pot Every Hour, Every Day in Kentucky, Data Shows

Kentucky law enforcement officers continue to dish out the cannabis charges.

Minnesota’s New Cannabis Czar Steps Down After One Day

Just a day after appointing Erin DuPree as the new director of the Office of Cannabis Management, Minnesota is czar-less.

Woman Arrested for Flying Drone with Drugs, Porn into Australian Prison

An Australian woman and her two accomplices pleaded guilty in court to using a drone in an attempt to traffic multiple different drugs and a USB stick filled with pornography into a Queensland prison yard.

UN Report Calls for Drug Policies That Protect Human Rights, Reduce Harm

The United Nations says that the War on Drugs has “profound and far-reaching” impacts, and it’s time for member states to start implementing new policies.

Over Eight Hundred Banks File to Allow Cannabis Businesses, FinCEN Reports

The U.S. Department of Treasury is getting hundreds more requests from banking institutions to work with cannabis businesses.

Research Finds Increased Heavy Metals Risk for Cannabis Users, Affirms Testing Need

Legal cannabis gets tested for heavy metals in most states, but a new study provides further support that cannabis should routinely go through such screenings.

Bitcoin Mining Farm Discovered During Chile Drug Raid

An investigation into a large Chilean drug distribution network ended with multiple arrests after the final of three separate police raids revealed large amounts of cannabis, ketamine and ecstasy as well as 19 Bitcoin mining computers on the very same property.

Denmark Parliament Inquiry Shows That 320,862 Pounds of Cannabis Have Been Destroyed

Reasons for destroying cannabis products include getting rid of “discarded” or “faulty” products.

The Netherlands Government Announced a Start Date for Cannabis Pilot Program

The Netherlands will begin its cannabis experiment in two cities, Breda and Tilburg, in December.

Illinois County Forces Dispensaries to Display Warning Labels About ‘Mental Health Dangers’ and ‘Suicidal Ideation’

“Scrub their marketing and websites of any suggestion that their products have medical benefits,” the county state’s attorney said.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom To Review 17 Cannabis, Psychedelics Bills

These bills cover everything from allowances for social equity applicants to decriminalizing hallucinogenic substances, and their fate will be decided by Oct. 14.

Athletes Using Cannabis for Recovery, Survey Finds

For many athletes, recovery time is 4:20.

Method Man’s Small-Batch Cannabis Arrives in New York

TICAL cannabis will be available at cannabis stores throughout New York state.

Wealthy Countries Gave Over $1 Billion to Global Drug War, Shows New Report

This includes $70 million directed to countries with the death penalty for drug-related charges.

Orbiting Space Drug Factory Denied Re-Entry to Earth

There’s a drug used to treat HIV orbiting the planet and we won’t let it come back to Earth.

Kentucky Public Hearing Spotlights Testimonies of Ibogaine Patients

From politicians to patients, many people spoke at a recent public hearing that will influence a panel’s decision to study ibogaine as a treatment for opioid use disorder.

Man with Tourette Syndrome Pleads with NHS To Increase Cannabis Prescriptions

“It’s something I dreamed of as a kid, taking a small pill and it would just disappear, and now I have it basically.”

Border Patrol Intercepts Nearly $10M at U.S.-Mexico Border in Texas

U.S. Customs and Border Protection seized over two tons of pot in a single search of a truck, valued at nearly $10 million dollars in street value.

Infant Survived Potential Kidnapping, Car Crash While Dad Bought Xanax

The baby was located safe and sound, but everyone else involved in this strange and terrible ordeal went directly to jail. They did not pass go, they did not collect $200.

Oregon Psilocybin Service Centers Set High Prices, Thousands Have Already Waitlisted

Three months of legal psilocybin service with EPIC Healing Eugene show that thousands of people are reaching out to participate.

9-Year-Old Girl with Autism, Epilepsy Petitions To Use Cannabis at School

The parents of a young girl in Elk River, Minnesota are asking her school to make an exception to their on-campus drug policies so their daughter, who suffers from multiple debilitating ailments, can use medical cannabis during her school day.

Michigan Lawmakers Call On Congress To Consider Psychedelic Treatment For Vets

“Effective treatment options for these conditions vary from servicemember to servicemember,” the resolution says.

Pot Odor Does Not Justify Probable Cause for Vehicle Searches, Minnesota Court Affirms

The Minnesota Supreme Court affirmed that cannabis odor does not constitute probable cause to search a vehicle.

Washington State Pays Out $9.4 Million in Refunds Relating to Drug Convictions

Thanks to the 2021 ruling in State v. Blake, countless people have received reimbursements from the state in regard to simple drug possession charges.

Three-Fingered ‘Alien Corpses’ Unveiled to Mexican Congress Amid Heavy Skepticism

Enough teasing! I am a patient man but my hypocrisy goes only so far! The evidence is all around us and as such I am publicly demanding that the aliens come forward so we as a species can finally try some space drugs (and achieve intergalactic diplomacy, if it comes up).

Republican Legislators Call on DEA To Reject Recommendation To Reschedule Cannabis

A group of 14 congress members wrote a letter stating that recommending cannabis to be rescheduled is “irresponsible.”

Colombia Breaks Coca Cultivation Record, UN Report Finds

The country’s president’s views on the situation may surprise you.

The Adderall Shortage Might Be Getting Worse

Leading drug makers and pharmaceutical companies are having little luck addressing nationwide shortages of stimulant-based ADHD medications like Adderall, Vyvanse and Ritalin.

Attorneys Offer Free Expungement Services at New Jersey Event

Three attorneys will offer services for New Jersey residents with cannabis convictions at an upcoming expo.

Connecticut Cannabis Sales Continue To Rise in August with $25 Million in Sales

While medical cannabis sales dropped slightly, adult-use sales are growing.

Federal Judge in Arkansas Blocks Hemp Cannabinoids Ban in Pivotal Ruling

A federal judge in Arkansas ruled that the state’s ban on intoxication hemp products is superseded by the 2018 Farm Bill.

Number of Licensed Hemp Farms in Kansas Decreases From 200 to 41

The shift is likely due to a decrease in demand for CBD oil, and the legalization of cannabis in neighboring states.

DEA Doubles Down on Decision To Fire Agent Who Tried To Replace Opioids With CBD

The DEA has defended their decision to fire a special agent who tested positive for cannabis after using CBD oil to replace opiates/

North Carolina Tribe Votes To Legalize Recreational Cannabis

In a historic vote, members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in North Carolina voted in favor of a proposal last week to allow recreational marijuana for adults on tribal land.

NYC Pays Settlement to Mom Separated from Newborn for Cannabis Use

Government agencies are oftentimes slow to adapt to the wide array of changes that must accompany legalization – which in this case amounted to the infliction of lifelong trauma on a mother and her newborn baby boy.

Kern County, California Cops Shut Down Seven Unlicensed Dispensaries

Seventeen individuals working at seven illegal dispensaries in Kern County, California were arrested.

Court-Mandated Cannabis Treatment Plummets After Legalization

States that have passed laws permitting recreational cannabis use have seen a steep drop in court-ordered treatment for pot.

What's the dope on psychedelic science?

Vic Katch explores the uptick in research around 'psychedelic' drugs.

Police find magic mushrooms — a 'truck worth' — in makeshift Sudbury laboratory.

On the property, there's a barn that police said includes a section that had been turned into a lab and growth area.

Using psilocybin socially: Adding more mushrooms to your diet

Just because I’m not getting wasted doesn’t mean I want to stay completely sober. This is where I’ve turned toward the world of psilocybin.

Why Accessible Psychedelic Education in Important

Accessible psychedelic education isn't just about sharing facts; it's about nurturing open and judgment-free conversations.

Mother bravely shields son as bear leaps on picnic table to devour

A Mexican mother bravely shielded her son after a bear leapt on a picnic table and devoured the tacos and enchiladas meant for the boy's birthday dinner, inches from his face. Silvia Macías of Mexico

Psychedelic church that gives members mushrooms raided by Detroit police

“I’m totally stunned," said the shaman of the church. "It’s a true 'Matrix moment' right now.

Artist Q&As: Trans-Pecos Fest 2023 – The Big Bend Sentinel

MARFA — On Saturday night, headliner Spoon will cap off a weekend of performances at this year’s Trans-Pecos Festival. Frontman Britt Daniel and drummer Jim Eno got their start in ...

Zen and Psychedelics Documentary Follows Monks on Mushrooms

A Zen monk and neuroscientist bridge spirituality with science in a psilocybin study captured on camera for "Descending the Mountain."

Rachel Roy's Organic Skincare Line Ancient India Also Gives Back (Exclusive)

Fashion designer Rachel Roy opens up about how a rare autoimmune disease inspired her new luxury organic skincare line, Ancient India, and more.

Magic One-Pan Pasta | Cup of Jo

Recipe: Creamy mushroom linguine you can make in 15 minutes.

Woman accused of importing 2kg of magic mushrooms into the UK

Border Force officials worked with Warwickshire Police before making an arrest in the case

Magic Mushrooms And Quiet Quitting – Is There A Relationship?

New research suggests there is a negative correlation between the use of psychedelics and the number of overtime hours people work.

Detroit Police Raid Psilocybin Church After Newspaper Feature

The owner of a church that allegedly sold psilocybin products to its members is arguing that a police raid on their property was illegal..

I went on a £4,000 legal psychedelic retreat. This is what happened

A growing interest in the effects of psychedelics is reflected in the increasing number of retreats and ceremonies that harness their properties

Shroomyz, a psychedelic mushroom dispensary, opens in Kingston - Kingston | Globalnews.ca

The store opened in downtown Kingston on September 15. Kingston Police say they are aware of the business but declined to comment further.

Norfolk woman took magic mushrooms to ease pain, inquest told

A paralysed woman from Norfolk took magic mushrooms to relieve her pain, an inquest hears.

Vet 'died after taking magic mushrooms'

Dorota Paskevic was unable to eat, drink or administer medication without help, had 24-hour care and lived with her parents and live-in carers in Dunston near Norwich, the inquest heard.

Paralysed woman dies after taking magic mushrooms to try and relieve horror pain

Dorota Paskevic was paralysed in a road accident in 2017, which left her unable to eat and needing round-the-clock care - an inquest heard she obtained mushrooms to try and relieve her pain

Californians To Vote on Legalizing Use, Sale of Magic Mushrooms

Psychedelics like mushrooms and mescaline could be decriminalized in California as advocates tout their therapeutic potential.

Psychedelic mushrooms and quiet quitting: Psilocybin use tied to working fewer overtime hours

A recent scientific study has uncovered an intriguing connection between the use of psilocybin, the psychoactive compound found in certain "magic" mushrooms, and reduced overtime work among full-time employees. While the study's findings aren't conclusive proof of causation, they shed light on how psychedelic substances might influence work habits. The research has been published in the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs. ...

Imut Tapi Berbahaya, Simak 6 Bahaya Magic Mushroom!

Magic mushroom atau jamur sihir adalah sebutan untuk sekitar 100 jenis jamur liar yang mengandung zat kimia yang berbahaya. Berikut bahaya magic mushroom.

Colorado wants to hear your thoughts on psychedelic legalization

Listening sessions on how the state should set up and regulate mushroom cultivation and more start Sep.

Wiz Khalifa Announces Launch of ‘Wellness’ Mushroom Brand

The rapper also runs a successful weed business

What Is Psilocybin Therapy? Risks, Benefits, and What to Expect

Explore the potential of psilocybin therapy for treating mental health conditions like depression, anxiety, and substance use disorders. Learn about its history, how it works, benefits, risks, and more.

Guns, water, bathrooms, schoolbooks, weed cafes, magic mushroom bills head to Gov. Newsom’s desk

There are a number of potential national firsts that could emerge from the country's most populous state with Newsom's approval.

Oregon launches legal psilocybin access amid high demand and hopes for improved mental health care

For roughly six hours, adults over 21 can experience what many users describe as vivid geometric shapes, a loss of identity and a oneness with the universe.

Mark Moriarty’s chicken and mushroom lasagne: making magic with condensed soup

Key ingredient gives sauce some serious flavour while maintaining the right consistency

Wie «Magic Mushrooms» gegen psychische Krankheiten helfen

Mit seinem neuen Psilocybin-Projekt testet Oregon, der US-Staat im Pazifischen Nordwesten, einen halluzinogen wirkenden Stoff. Die «Zauberpilze» können bei psychischen Erkrankungen helfen.

Watch a mushroom turn from beige to blue as it gets sliced | Boing Boing

Watch a mushroom known as a Caloboletus rubripes aka the red-stripe bolete get sliced and turn from beige to blue.  This mushroom isn’t psychoactive (and it’s inedible), but it’s still a magic…

10 Best Mushroom Popcorns Review

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Oregon launches legal psilocybin access amid high demand and hopes for improved mental health care

For roughly six hours, adults over 21 can experience what many users describe as vivid geometric shapes, a loss of identity and a oneness with the universe.

Could ‘magic mushrooms' be the answer for those struggling with addiction?

Small scale research involving psilocybin, a hallucinogenic substance found in certain mushroom shows promise in studies for folks battling everything from opioid use disorder to anorexia [00:01:25][7.7]

U of M studying use of psilocybin to treat fibromyalgia

You've heard of medical treatments involving the use of marijuana. Now, research is being done in Michigan to see if magic mushrooms can help patients with fibromyalgia. Researchers at the...

88-year-old Oregonian turns to psilocybin to heal from decades-old trauma

We hear from Vivian Anderson, an 88-year-old Oregonian who recently had a psilocybin session to help recover from decades-old trauma. We spoke to her before her session and shortly after it.

Superabundant dispatch: So-called ‘magic’ mushrooms and this week’s news nibbles

This week the “Superabundant” newsletter celebrates its first birthday with psychedelic mushrooms, mussel mayhem, Hispanic heritage, and good things in gardens and markets.

Boomer Bowl: Magic Mushroom Growing Competition Coming to Denver

The contest is open to the public and will measure everything from magic mushroom beauty to psilocybin potency.

Mushroom Drug May Prove Magical in Treating Depression

A new study finds that psilocybin can help reduce symptoms of MDD.

You Can Get Magic Mushroom Chocolates Over the Counter in SF

Some places are donation-based churches. At smoke shops, you can walk right in.

Mushroom Drug May Prove Magical in Treating Depression

Study says psilocybin can help reduce symptoms of MDD.

Mass. communities open up to psychedelics as advocates push alternative treatments to stubborn issues

As a number of small studies indicate that psychedelic-assisted therapy, including therapy using psilocybin, the active component in magic mushrooms, can be an effective alternative to addiction and mental health treatments, advocates are pushing Massachusetts lawmakers to embrace the potential and asking them to decriminalize the drugs. Already, six Bay State cities have passed local ordinances aimed at decriminalizing psychedelics,…

Mushroom Drug May Prove Magical in Treating Depression

Study says psilocybin can help reduce symptoms of MDD.

Mushroom Drug May Prove Magical in Treating Depression

A new study finds that psilocybin can help reduce symptoms of MDD.

Could ‘magic mushrooms' be the answer for those struggling with addiction?

Small scale research involving psilocybin, a hallucinogenic substance found in certain mushroom shows promise in studies for folks battling everything from opioid use disorder to anorexia [00:01:25][7.7]

Coleman Man Arrested for Drug Dealing in "Magic Mushrooms" and Cough Syrup

In addition to the narcotics, DPS also reported the discovery of three firearms and a significant amount of bulk U.S. currency.

Probationer caught with magic mushroom stash, Grand Island Police say

Michael Haynie admitted the drugs were his but said he had forgotten about them, according to police.

‘Fine dining without the BS’: Affordable SF restaurant goes viral

The tiny SF Mission restaurant has gone viral on TikTok for its $55 dinner deal, which...

88-year-old Oregonian turns to psilocybin to heal from decades-old trauma

We hear from Vivian Anderson, an 88-year-old Oregonian who recently had a psilocybin session to help recover from decades-old trauma. We spoke to her before her session and shortly after it.

Psilocybin Associated With ‘Significant’ And ‘Persisting’ Decreases In Depression, Anxiety, Alcohol Misuse And More, New Study Finds

Psilocybin use is associated with “persisting reductions” in depression, anxiety, alcohol misuse—as well as increases in emotional regulation, spiritual wellbeing and extraversion—according to a new study. Researchers at Johns Hopkins University, Ohio State University and Unlimited Sciences said their work represents the “largest prospective survey of naturalistic psilocybin use to date,” finding evidence that supports […]