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The pandemic has probably caused more damage to the hospitality industries than almost any others. Ironically, it has probably helped the cannabis industries more than most.
Marijuana sales reached $908 million in the year following the legalization of recreational cannabis, but online shops and retail stores accounted for only around 15 percent of the total sales.
While the CDC has yet to figure out what's causing vaping-related deaths, other federal wings are trying to get ahead of a separate but related "national health experiment": old-fashioned Mary Jane, be it vaped or smoked.
Unlike clandestine laboratories and street dealers, legal businesses can't hide from our customers, our regulators and the press if we were to produce dangerous products.
The drug could reduce men's sperm count and delay or prevent ovulation in women, research suggests.
Both sides of the debate about combining yoga with cannabis claim there's ancient proof. But each practitioner's decision is his or her own.
In legal cannabis states, it's often the folks renting out warehouses who are making the most money in a booming business.
Although Australia does allow medical marijuana in certain cases, the application procedure is long and tedious.
But will the government allow the industry to flourish?
Across the state, about 4,900 Californians have filed petitions asking to have their records wiped of cannabis convictions.
With federal legalization, there would be 782,000 jobs created immediately, a report said.
Police suggested they needed more time for training.