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New York’s Cannabis Growers Lobby for More Medical Patients

New York’s medical marijuana program is considered one of the most restrictive in the nation, a ragtag system currently providing fewer than 4,000 patients across the entire state with access to cannabis products. However, in an attempt to prevent the newfound indus...

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: May 30

It was a productive week in the fight to legalize marijuana in the United States. Some of the most important news comes from Ohio, where the General Assembly has agreed to legalize marijuana for medicinal purposes. Other highlights include some action in the North Carolin...

FDA Approves Candy-Flavored Amphetamines for Kids

While some lawmakers in legal marijuana states are pushing to outlaw cannabis edibles that resemble sugary treats in an effort to protect the well being of the children, the federal government has just approved a candy-flavored amphetamine-based medication that will be ma...

California Gym Allows Members to Toke While They Train

Lace up your sneakers and get ready for the first and, so far, only, weed-friendly gym to open soon in San Francisco. Power Plant Fitness will allow edibles and vaping on-site to start with and eventually will add an outdoor smoking deck.

Veterans Affairs Hospital Blocks Cannabis Lecture

Despite an encouraging word from Capitol Hill suggesting that federal lawmakers are beginning to loosen up when it comes to allowing physicians with the Department of Veterans Affairs to discuss medical marijuana with their patients, some VA hospitals are still refusing t...

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