Following the stockpiling trend, marijuana sales have fallen back to pre-pandemic daily averages.
When the gravity around the coronavirus finally struck Americans this past week, most rushed to buy the necessities to survive an extended period of isolation.
Analytics and anecdotes tell a different story about how often you should expect to see a marijuana dispensary in an American city.
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission announced it would begin cracking down on the sale of CBD-infused alcoholic beverages manufactured in the state starting February 2020.
For some states, the promise of shored up budgets and funding of social programs has been realized. For others, it’s been a mixed bag.
While the vote won’t be certified until May 16, Denver will become the first city in the United States to decriminalize psychedelic "magic" mushrooms.
A study published in the Addiction shows that while there is a little hell being raised on the roadways during the initial few months following legalization, the chaos sort of returns to normal within a year.
The Mt. Hood Cannabis Company wants to gift you a free cheese or pepperoni pizza with a purchase any half-ounce of cannabis during Super Bowl weekend.
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