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Poll: War on Drugs Did More Harm than Good

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The vast majority of Americans—83 percent—believe the war on drugs has been a spectacular failure leading only to increased drug-related harms...

Drug War Prisoner Could Be Home for the Holidays

LANSING, Mich. – After serving more than twenty-five years behind bars for convictions including selling cannabis, Michael Thompson may get to see the new year...

Aphria Acquires Tilray in Reverse Takeover

LEAMINGTON, Ontario, and NANAIMO, British Columbia – Aphria Inc. and Tilray Inc., two Canadian cannabis superpowers traded on the NASDAQ exchange, merged to form...

MORE Act Headed to House Floor Vote by Friday

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Marijuana Opportunity, Reinvestment, and Expungement (MORE) Act, H.R. 3884, is headed to a vote on the floor of the U.S....

Salesforce Eyeing Slack in Potential $17B Deal

UPDATE: Salesforce’s pending acquisition of team chat software vendor Slack was made official in December 2020. Marc Benioff, chief executive officer at Salesforce, called...

Cannabis Trade Federation Adopts DEI Policy

DENVER – In the first move of its kind, the Cannabis Trade Federation (CTF) adopted two expansive proposals governing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI)...

Judge Dismisses All Claims in Vaping-Related Illness Case

SEATTLE – A superior court judge for the state of Washington dismissed all claims brought against the primary defendant in a lawsuit blaming CCELL...

Vermont Moves Toward Cannabis Legalization, Expungement

MONTPELIER, Vt. – A bill that would automatically expunge past convictions for possessing two ounces or less of cannabis passed the Vermont House of...

Per-milligram Pricing Disparity Fuels CBD Consumer Confusion

NEW YORK – A drop in the price of hemp lowered the price of CBD products by an average of 2 percent since February,...

Jane Technologies’ Secret Sauce

As an Apache helicopter pilot serving with the U.S. Army in Iraq, Socrates Rosenfeld maintained a level of intensity few civilians understand. When he...