There are currently two medical marijuana dispensaries in city of Arcata, where cardholders can buy cannabis. Arcata Community Development Director Larry Oetker explained that this proposed zone will be different.
The Arcata City Council voted on a plan to allow medical marijuana processing centers in the city, but they would be... more →
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Republican Sen. Steve Daines and Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley forwarded the amendment for inclusion in the Military Construction, Veterans Affairs and Related Agencies Appropriations Act.
Specifically, if passed by Congress, the bipartisan amendment would disallow the VA from spending funds to enforce a... more →
The Senate Appropriations Committee passed a bipartisan amendment today, 18 to 12, allowing Veterans Administration (VA) doctors to recommend medical marijuana to their patients in states where medical marijuana is legal. The vote is the first time the U.S. Senate has ever moved marijuana law reform legislation forward.
Currently,... more →
Sponsored by Senator Irene Aguilar (D-Denver) and Representative Jonathan Singer (D-Longmont), SB15-014 chiefly establishes new guidelines for primary caregivers — folks who grow pot on behalf of registered patients.
Early language in SB15-014 required caregivers to register with the state Department of Revenue within 10 days or... more →
AVT, Inc. (OTC Markets: AVTC) (www.autoretail.com), a leading manufacturer of automated retailing systems, announced today that they have been granted 15 claims for its patent from the United States Patent and Trade Office (USPTO).
Patent number US 8,998,082,B2 was granted to AVT for their invention, “A wireless system for... more →
Peak Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (PKPH) and Canna-Pet, a leading innovator of non-prescription hemp based cannabinoid products for animals, announced early in April that an initial trial run of their newly formulated MaxCBD Maple Bacon Biscuits sold out much faster than anticipated. Given the rapid acceptance of the product, it was no... more →
Earlier Wednesday, April Pace testified to a panel of state senators considering a bill to allow use of marijuana to treat certain medical conditions.
“That’s just one oil,” Pace’s mother, April Pace, said Wednesday during a State House rally Wednesday, urging the Legislature to legalize medical marijuana. April Pace says... more →
In response, the CDC launched several initiatives. One of them included a campaign, titled “When the Prescription Becomes the Problem,” last month at the fourth annual National RX Drug Abuse Summit. The social media activity, designed to raise awareness of prescription painkiller abuse and overdose, ended on May 15 of this... more →
Brendan Kennedy, who has an MBA from Yale, does not fit the classic image of a marijuana operator. Sharply suited and softly spoken, he is more likely to quote Schumpeter than Bob Marley, and except for the occasional high-resolution photograph of bright green leaves, his company’s airy Seattle... more →
Norfolk Island’s health minister, Robin Adams, said it was a valuable economic opportunity for the territory.
“We are working with AusCann to ensure strict growing and security requirements are in place,” the minister said.
An international security firm, Lockforce International, has been engaged... more →