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Are conspiracy theorists onto something or are they simply kooky? Perhaps it’s a mixture of both.


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The UFC and the US Anti-Doping Agency have updated their marijuana policy to allow for the consumption of cannabis.


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Democrats now control the House of Representatives, the Senate, and the Presidency. Does this mean that U.S. citizens can expect cannabis to be made legal?


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2020 was a year unlike any other, and this goes for the cannabis industry as well. So how did cannabis fare last year?


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2020 saw over 3,500 research papers released that look into cannabis and its effects, making it a record year for the plant.


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Another marijuana research bill has been introduced, this time to the U.S. Senate following the introduction of a similar bill last week by the House of Representatives.


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The U.S. House of Representatives has just passed a bill that would make studying cannabis much more accessible to researchers.


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The ODC’s new hemp cultivation guidelines have made things a lot easier for hemp cultivators in Australia.


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The National Basketballers Association (NBA) will no longer test for cannabis use in the 2020–2021 season, following a suspension on drug testing during a COVID-19-induced pause on the game.

About

Louis O’Neill

Hello! My name is Louis. I write about the growing cannabis industry, politics, religion, and philosophy. Co-founder of Australians.news

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