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Seeking Alpha Launches The Cannabis Investing Podcast

In 2018, Seeking Alpha (SKNG) made a significant commitment to podcasts, launching four pods that we believe stand out in achieving our mission of empowering investors to make better investment decisions. Today, I’m thrilled to announce our first launch of 2019, The Cannabis Investing Podcast. This podcast is focused on …

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The Underground Marijuana Doctors of Texas

The Underground Marijuana Doctors of Texas

Chad Moore has made a career out of selling medical marijuana and ignoring the restrictions placed on it by Texas. All photos by Julia Robinson. In Marble Falls, Texas, a town of 7,000 about an hour west of Austin, a drug deal of sorts is going down. Underneath cover of …

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The WHO’s First-Ever Critical Review of Cannabis

The WHO’s First-Ever Critical Review of Cannabis

A Mixture of Obvious Recommendations Deserving Support and Dubious Methods and Outcomes Requiring Scrutiny Eagerly awaited, the ECDD recommendations contain some clearly positive points, such as acknowledging the medicinal usefulness of cannabis by removing it from Schedule IV of the 1961 Single Convention on Narcotics Drugs; clarifying that cannabidiol (CBD) …

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Medicinal cannabis:

Medicinal cannabis:

Image copyright Getty Images Most patients seeking medicinal cannabis on the NHS will not be able to get it soon, despite recent changes in regulation that allow doctors to give it, a committee has heard. England’s Chief Medical Officer called for robust scientific trials to check safety. These trials can …

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Mixed bag for cannabis legislation in 2019

The 2,500 plant dash: Medical cannabis producers prepare for expanded plant limit

After Democratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham was elected and New Mexico’s House of Representatives saw a major increase of Democrats last fall, many New Mexicans speculated whether the state would also see cannabis legalization in 2019. The short answer was ultimately, no. But, the legislature enacted some major changes to …

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