Officials confirmed that Las Vegas marijuana testing laboratory G3 Labs was suspended but the Department of Agriculture determined no product recalls were necessary.
According to the group NORML, which advocates for marijuana legalization, cannabis has already been West Virginia’s most valuable cash crop for 20 years.
Shawn Berkebile, pastor of St. John’s church in Abbotstown, Pennsylvania has become an advocate for legal medical marijuana, with support from his congregation.
Regulating pesticides for cannabis grows remains a state and consumer issue because of marijuana’s illegal status at the federal level.
Rachael Carlevale’s life has taken some twists, including a health crisis, that led to Ganjasana yoga, which she says centers on using cannabis plant medicine mindfully.
Wyoming’s relationship with weed could be a key theme in 2017.
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In California, where voters will soon decide the fate of the pot-legalizing Proposition 64, much of the existing cannabis industry is not prepared.
Willie Nelson talks in detail with The Cannabist on his lifelong relationship with weed — his first time getting high (he didn’t), his willingness to sesh with Donald Trump and the actual intent behind ‘Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die’
For decades, the ancient forests of the Emerald Triangle have provided cover for the nation’s largest marijuana-growing industry. But the forests also hide secrets, among them women with stories of sexual abuse and exploitation.
Americanna CEO Dan Anglin joins The Cannabist Show to discuss why his edibles company invests in its own marijuana cultivation operation.
Hundreds of batches of Colorado marijuana that months ago tested positive for banned pesticides have been re-tested by the state and released to return to the marketplace.
NORML had its annual meeting of the marijuana minds in Aspen in June. The event focused on legal issues has changed in recent years, but legalization is at the forefront.
The Colorado marijuana industry is stepping up its fight against the state’s efforts to regulate the application of pesticides on cannabis. A bill seeking to codify the governor’s executive order about unapproved pesticides died in a state Senate committee after passing the House.
State marijuana regulators on Friday announced a large recall of medical cannabis grown with unapproved pesticides and sold by Life Flower Dispensary.
Denver marijuana business Caregivers For Life is facing its second recall in four months over concerns its products are tainted with pesticides not approved for use on cannabis.
Colorado cannabis regulators on Tuesday issued their 17th pot recall in seven weeks — placing on hold recreational cannabis grown by Acme Healing Center of Ridgway, over concerns the plants were grown with unapproved pesticides.
Illinois medical marijuana would be required to carry warning labels about possible side effects under a bill proposed by a Republican lawmaker.
Pennsylvania Senate backers of medical marijuana cite flaws in the House bill, which could delay getting the drug to cancer and epilepsy patients.
More than a year after Denver started actively policing the marijuana industry’s use of pesticides, the city’s health department is changing its enforcement procedures.
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Colorado cannabis regulators on Monday recalled marijuana grown by RR Services and Advanced Medical Alternatives over pesticide concerns.