The British public strongly supports the legalisation of cannabis, according to a new poll.

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“The NHL is ahead of the curve. I think the other leagues should really look at that.”

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Campaigns supporting and opposing marijuana ballot measures are filling up airwaves and social media feeds with political advertisements in the run-up to the midterm elections.

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The use of medical marijuana is growing in Illinois thanks in part to recent changes in legislation that allows cannabis to be used as an alternative to opioid pain medication.

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Weed has never been more fashion-forward than it is now. In addition to all the tacky tees with cheesy stoner slogans and pot-leaf-covered pants, there’s a growing amount of subtle, stylish articles of Mary Jane-friendly clothing that you’ll actually want to wear.

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Cannabis kills brain cancer cells in petri dishes so Australian researchers are embarking on a clinical trial to determine if it kills those cells in live patients too.

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The lucrative legal cannabis industry is again front and center this voting year as Americans head to the polls for midterm elections November 6.

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The lone medical marijuana manufacturing facility currently up and running in the state aims to have marijuana products available in December or January.

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A new medical cannabis company called Katexco Pharmaceuticals aims to develop oral therapies that harness the brain’s endocannabinoid and nicotine receptors to treat inflammatory diseases such as multiple sclerosis.

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Four states will vote on ballot initiatives to decriminalize pot.

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Instead of creating a whole new system of specialized stores to distribute marijuana when it becomes legal, New York should just allow existing liquor and wine retail outlets to sell cannabis to adults. That’s the position of a new advocacy effort launched by owners of booze shops this month.

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College business programs are well positioned to prepare students for careers in cannabis but are hampered because marijuana remains federally illegal.

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As cannabis is being infused into mainstream beverages, beauty products, sunscreens, every kind of food imaginable and is now legal in Canada and the majority of the U.S., it seems consumers may have already normalized what was stigmatized not long ago.

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"A disproportionate number of minority communities are affected by misdemeanor marijuana offenses," said Tiki Barber, the ex-Giants running back turned sportscaster/entrepreneur who teamed up with Kevin Shin, a financial services veteran.

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A decorated Army combat medic is fighting to save lives in a different way.

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