India voted in favour of rescheduling cannabis as a less dangerous drug, giving hope to weed activists and entrepreneurs about the perception of this “drug” changing.
A bill set to be signed into law this month has little detail on what the new legal industry will look like, and who might be left out.
The vote to remove cannabis from Schedule IV of the 1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs is set to spark a rise in research and medical access.
The findings could have big implications for medicinal cannabis laws.
As police tighten the screw on cannabis farms during COVID lockdowns, a new breed of more elusive growers is on the rise.
Data from 80,000 street samples over 50 years were examined.
Plenty of Argentines used medical cannabis already, but new regulations mean they won’t go to jail for it and they can get it for free.
Dealers offering weed and heroin to recovering addicts has become a common trend around Goa’s rehabs.
A podcast called ‘The Syndicate’ dives into a sophisticated criminal network that snuck $12 million dollars worth of weed across the U.S. state borders.
The busts have been made possible by a system of mapping poppy cultivation through satellite imagery, developed by the Indian Space Research Organisation.