Canna Law Blog
The federal government has routinely denied third party requests for further research in regards to its potential medical benefits.
A secret memo released as part of a recent lawsuit demonstrates how the Trump Administration has quietly blocked marijuana research in the United States.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse is calling for research into the effects smoking marijuana has on the coronavirus.
A proposed rule will result in additional registered growers and a larger, more diverse variety of marijuana available for research.
In his State of the State address this week, Gov. Cuomo assured 2020 will be the year the Empire State legalizes recreational cannabis.
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.
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