The rush of celebrities to the cannabis space shows how cannabis is now accepted in the mainstream and how lucrative the industry can be.

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In Colorado, one of the state’s largest worker’s compensation insurance firms has released some unique data regarding the cannabis industry’s most common occupational injury trends.

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Earth Day blessing fetes Maui’s first state-licensed industrial hemp farm.

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Nurses who specialize in cannabis medicine are increasingly stepping in to help seniors navigate that path.

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The Texas House is scheduled to vote on a bill on Thursday that would make low-level marijuana possession punishable by a fine with no jail time.

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MjMicro is the next level in cannabis investment. Set to take place on June 25, 2019, at the Westin Grand Central in New York City, this invitational networking forum promises to unite publicly traded cannabis companies led by seasoned executives with a full roster of high-net-worth investors looking to capitalize on the huge growth that’s currently being forecast for both the recreational and medicinal markets. Put simply, MjMicro is designed as a dedicated solution to facilitating private capital investment in cannabis-related public entities at a time when media outlets around the world are referring to the burgeoning sector as “the fastest growing industry on the planet.”

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“They’re growing up in a world where cannabis is completely normal.”

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The city’s first 4/20 event since Canada’s legalization of recreational cannabis drew a record turnout on Saturday despite more pushback than usual.

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The Kalamazoo County Board of Commissioners voted down a proposal to add the word “marijuana” to its drug testing policy, that would have allowed drug testing of employees suspected of being high on the plant, which recently became legal in Michigan.

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In case you had any doubt about how mainstream and corporate 4/20 has become, you only had to attend the one-day-only inauguration of the Carl’s Jr. CBD burger Saturday, at one of its restaurants in a northern section of Denver.

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As the state’s opioid epidemic claims the lives of veterans at three times the rate of other Massachusetts residents, some former members of the armed services are turning to marijuana as an alternative to addictive painkillers — only to find the drug isn’t easily available for them.

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Potheads have for decades celebrated their love of marijuana on April 20, but the once counter-culture celebration that was all about getting stoned now is so mainstream Corporate America is starting to embrace it.

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) clarified on Friday that hemp seeds can be imported into the U.S., and that the Justice Department no longer has a role in that process.

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On April 21, a coalition of justice and reform-minded organizations are launching what they’re calling the 421 For All campaign with a fundraiser designed to spotlight the ongoing need for comprehensive cannabis reform, especially in those states that have legalized but have yet to fulfill promises of “righting the wrongs of the drug war.”

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Sixty-five percent of Americans now think marijuana should be legal — a record high in CBS News polling.

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