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Twice as many Americans report using marijuana to alleviate medical conditions than for recreation, new study finds.
The DEA announced plans to grant licenses to additional growers for marijuana research. In three years, no license has been approved. Dr. Sue Sisley, in response, is suing.
Canadian scientists are currently mired in a Borgesian complex of pending bureaucratic approval and applications.
The National Institute of Drug Abuse announced plans to grow the largest crop of research marijuana in five years.
The University of Maryland just earned some cred within marijuana circles, following an announcement the pharmacy school will offer a graduate degree in medical cannabis.
Rep. Joe Neguse has been on a hell-bent mission ever since he jumped into Congress last year to expand medical marijuana research.
Although the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) announced a few years back that it would license more cannabis growers that just the University of Mississippi to produce research marijuana, the agency still hasn’t made good on its promise.
Malcolm Gladwell posits significant concern over the public’s embrace of cannabis without demonstrating some significant context.
According to an American Legion survey, one in five veterans currently uses cannabis to treat a medical condition.
There have been some developments over the past weeks that suggest the floodgates are starting to crack with respect to this issue.