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on April 21, 2018 in World News

8-Month-Old Cancer Sufferer Cured With Cannabis Oil

Having increased the dose daily, the boy’s father may well be responsible for saving his life, even if he didn’t put his boy through radiation treatment and Chemo. ByAddam Corre While the baby’s father pushed for a non-conventional remedy for his son, the Doctor in charge, Dr. William Courtney, said it was good that put CBD oil on the boy’s pacifier twice a day… Having increased the dose daily, the boy’s father may well be responsible for saving his life, even if he didn’t put his boy through radiation treatment and Chemo. As Dr Courtney said,   “this child…is not going...

Having increased the dose daily, the boy’s father may well be responsible for saving his life, even if he didn’t put his boy through radiation treatment and Chemo. ByAddam Corre While the baby’s father pushed for a non-conventional remedy...

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on April 21, 2018 in Cannabis News Canada

Canada Debates Law to Determine How and When Motorists Are Too High to Drive

By Jon Hiltz Witnessing Bill C-45, Canada’s cannabis legalization law, trickle through Parliament was like watching a candy bar slowly being released from an old vending machine. The coil holding the treat never moves fast enough — and you cross your fingers that it doesn’t get stuck on the way down. As Canadians gaze at the piece of legislation that will ultimately end more than 90 years of cannabis prohibition, many have taken their eyes off of Bill C-45’s stepsister, Bill C-46. “Bill C-46 amends the criminal code and makes consequential amendments to other acts, but the piece that...

By Jon Hiltz Witnessing Bill C-45, Canada’s cannabis legalization law, trickle through Parliament was like watching a candy bar slowly being released from an old vending machine. The coil holding the treat never moves fast enough — and you...

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on April 21, 2018 in World News

The 6 most advanced countries for marijuana research

Submitted by Marijuana News The most advanced countries for marijuana research are using science to defeat the stigma while getting people the medicine they need. It is commonly known that the U.S. is not apart of the most advanced countries for marijuana research. Due to its legal status, receiving funding for cannabis research has been proven quite difficult in the U.S. The government still holds restrictive policies and regulations on research that will look into the benefits and risks of cannabis, which is available to consumers in numerous states. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration still views marijuana as a Schedule I...

Submitted by Marijuana News The most advanced countries for marijuana research are using science to defeat the stigma while getting people the medicine they need. It is commonly known that the U.S. is not apart of the most advanced...

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on April 21, 2018 in Cannabis News United States

Cannabis Museum to Open This Summer In Las Vegas

by Tyler Shultz A cannabis-themed museum is set to open in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada this summer. Cannabition is “an immersive cannabis museum celebrating the cannabis lifestyle through a series of non-consumption, multi-sensory art installations telling the story of the plant from seed to harvest.” The museum will also include a 360° theater that will feature visuals and music that will appeal to the typical cannabis consumer. The main attraction, however, will the massive 22-foot tall glass-blown bong created by Jerome Baker Designs, a glass-blowing company based in Seattle. After the piece is created in Seattle, it will be moved to Las...

by Tyler Shultz A cannabis-themed museum is set to open in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada this summer. Cannabition is “an immersive cannabis museum celebrating the cannabis lifestyle through a series of non-consumption, multi-sensory art installations telling the story of the...

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on April 21, 2018 in Cannabis News Europe Featured

When it comes to drug policy, for once UK politicians should look to Donald Trump

Submitted by Marijuana News Given the whirlwind of foreign policy decisions and domestic policy scandals dominating the UK this week, you’d be forgiven for missing some extremely progressive news to come out of the US. While President Trump is rarely credited for his progressive stances on social issues or civil liberties, lo and behold! He is tackling the War on Drugs in one of the most meaningful ways to date. Late last week, it was revealed that Trump is working on legislation that would “unambiguously allow states to pursue (marijuana) legalisation without worrying about a federal crackdown”. If implemented,...

Submitted by Marijuana News Given the whirlwind of foreign policy decisions and domestic policy scandals dominating the UK this week, you’d be forgiven for missing some extremely progressive news to come out of the US. While President Trump is...

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on April 21, 2018 in Cannabis News United States

California lawmakers seek to protect medical-marijuana users in the workplace

Submitted by Marijuana News Although California legalized medical marijuana use in 1996 and recreational use in 2016, California employers have always been free to maintain zero-tolerance policies against all users. That could change soon as a result of Assembly Bill 2069 (“AB 2069”), which would amend the California Fair Employment and Housing Act to create a new class of protected persons: medical marijuana cardholders. Story Continues Below Specifically, the legislation would “prohibit an employer from engaging in employment discrimination against a person on the basis of his or her status as, or positive drug test for cannabis by, a...

Submitted by Marijuana News Although California legalized medical marijuana use in 1996 and recreational use in 2016, California employers have always been free to maintain zero-tolerance policies against all users. That could change soon as a result of Assembly...

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on April 21, 2018 in Cannabis News United States Featured

Bernie Sanders Announces He Will Co-Sponsor Marijuana Justice Act

Bernie Sanders announces he will co-sponsor Marijuana Justice Act, which promotes social justice through legalization. ByBurgess Powell Bernie Sanders supported marijuana policy reform way before it became popular. Back when he was running for president in 2016, the Vermont senator made history by supporting marijuana legalization. Since then, Sanders has continued to advocate for ending the War on Drugs. Furthermore, he has petitioned the federal government for policy changes and worked to reevaluate marijuana’s Schedule I classification. In his latest pro-marijuana move, Bernie Sanders announces he will co-sponsor Marijuana Justice Act. Here’s a closer look at the proposed marijuana policy and its growing political...

Bernie Sanders announces he will co-sponsor Marijuana Justice Act, which promotes social justice through legalization. ByBurgess Powell Bernie Sanders supported marijuana policy reform way before it became popular. Back when he was running for president in 2016, the Vermont senator...

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on April 21, 2018 in Cannabis News United States Featured

Medical Marijuana Bill Moves Forward in South Carolina

A medical marijuana bill moves forward in South Carolina. But will it ultimately be signed into law? By A.J. Herrington After action by a legislative committee, the medical marijuana bill moves forward in South Carolina. Members of the House Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs (3M) Committee voted 14-3 to send the South Carolina Compassionate Care Act to the full House for consideration. The bill would allow seriously ill patients with a doctor’s recommendation to use medical marijuana to treat their conditions. Janel Ralph is the executive director of the advocacy group Compassionate South Carolina. Her eight-year-old daughter has a rare...

A medical marijuana bill moves forward in South Carolina. But will it ultimately be signed into law? By A.J. Herrington After action by a legislative committee, the medical marijuana bill moves forward in South Carolina. Members of the House Medical,...

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on April 21, 2018 in Cannabis News United States Featured

Chuck Schumer Announces Plans To Federally Decriminalize Marijuana

Chuck Schumer has just proposed that the United States decriminalize cannabis on a federal level. Could this lead the way? By A.J. Herrington In what could be seen as a 420 gift to the cannabis community, Chuck Schumer announces plans to federally decriminalize marijuana. The Democratic senator from New York made his intentions known in an interview with Vice News on April 19. Schumer, the Senate Minority Leader, said he is now officially supporting legislation that would decriminalize cannabis at the federal level. The move is a change for Schumer. He has previously supported marijuana for medicinal use and the...

Chuck Schumer has just proposed that the United States decriminalize cannabis on a federal level. Could this lead the way? By A.J. Herrington In what could be seen as a 420 gift to the cannabis community, Chuck Schumer announces plans...

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on April 21, 2018 in Cannabis News United States Featured

The surprising story of medical marijuana and pediatric epilepsy

Josh will sift through the propaganda, fear and greed encompassing medical marijuana. Recently featured on CNN, Josh and his brothers developed a non-psychotropic strain of marijuana which is drastically reducing seizures for many pediatric epilepsy patients in Colorado. With millions facing life-threatening illnesses, Josh outlines the hurdles needed to effect social change and maps a path toward helping those who desperately need revolutionary medicine.  https://cannabisnewsworld.com/2018/04/18/the-surprising-story-of-medical-marijuana-and-pediatric-epilepsy-josh-stanley/

Josh will sift through the propaganda, fear and greed encompassing medical marijuana. Recently featured on CNN, Josh and his brothers developed a non-psychotropic strain of marijuana which is drastically reducing seizures for many pediatric epilepsy patients in Colorado. With...

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