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Daily use of high-potency marijuana linked to higher incidence of psychosis, new study claims

Use of high-potency cannabis was a strong predictor of psychotic disorder in Amsterdam, London, and Paris where strong marijuana was widely available. The study looked at 900 psychiatric patients and 1,200 controls.

Poll: Support rises in all age groups for legal pot

Poll finds growing majority of Americans say marijuana should be legal, support climbs among all age groups

Poll: Support rises in all age groups for legal pot

Poll finds growing majority of Americans say marijuana should be legal, support climbs among all age groups

‘Not your normal church’: Kensington ‘temple’ is Philly’s first safe space for cannabis consumption

Advocate Patrick Duff says there's no law prohibiting a cannabis consumption lounge. So he is the first in Pennsylvania to try to run one legally.

‘Not your normal church’: Kensington ‘temple’ is Philly’s first safe space for cannabis consumption

Advocate Patrick Duff says there's no law prohibiting a cannabis consumption lounge. So he is the first in Pennsylvania to try to run one legally.

N.J. lawmakers advance bill to legalize recreational marijuana

New Jersey lawmakers advanced legislation to legalize recreational marijuana.

N.J. lawmakers advance bill to legalize recreational marijuana

New Jersey lawmakers advanced legislation to legalize recreational marijuana.
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Weed delivery and pot lounges could be a reality as N.J. cannabis legalization bill heads for a vote

The bill is unique among states that have legalized marijuana for recreational use for adults. It allows home deliveries of cannabis, "consumption lounges" where customers can smoke marijuana, and town control over whether a dispensary can open in its borders.

New Mexico bill would create first state-run pot shops in U.S.

New Mexico would become the first U.S. state with its own government-operated marijuana stores under a bill brokered between Democratic and Republican legislators.

Philly port’s biggest marijuana bust: Hidden in a container of rice, worth about $2.5 million

A CBP spokesman said was is one of the largest seizures at the Port of Philadelphia since the inception of the agency in 2003.

Why New Jersey may be closer than ever to legalizing recreational marijuana

Key New Jersey lawmakers have agreed on a flat tax per ounce, the makeup of an oversight commission, and an expedited expungement process. It's unclear whether there are enough votes in either house, though, to pass the legislation.

Pennsylvania is taking research applications from cannabis firms. Again.

The state approved eight hospitals last year to conduct research. The companies will grow marijuana, sell it at retail outlets, and provide data to the health systems for analysis. It's the second time the state has required the companies to apply.

Scranton cannabis festival expected to attract 10,000. But Pa. bans dispensaries from being there.

Organizers said it was a major blow, but the Pa. Cannabis Festival will go on. Here's why the Department of Health nixed the dispensaries' participation.

Martha Stewart partners with Canadian cannabis firm

Martha Stewart is partnering with a Canadian cannabis firm to develop pet products and other offerings.

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A long way from ‘I didn’t inhale’ - Cory Booker pushes marijuana legalization amid presidential run

In reintroducing a bill to legalize marijuana, Cory Booker signals that the political terrain is much different not only from Bill Clinton’s days as a presidential candidate, but even from Hillary Clinton’s run in 2016, when she never went so far as to call for national legalization.

New Hampshire gives initial approval to recreational pot

The New Hampshire House has given preliminary approval to a bill that would legalize the sale and possession of recreational marijuana.

Pot seller MedMen’s workplace ‘replete with racial, homophobic, misogynistic slurs,’ lawsuit claims

As California’s marijuana industry works to project an image of mainstream respectability, one of its best-known companies has come under attack by a former insider.

Technology helps San Francisco erase 8,000 pot convictions

San Francisco's top prosecutor says his office used high tech to erase or reduce 8,000 marijuana convictions dating back decades

‘It’d be like flipping a switch.’ Pennsylvania medical marijuana dispensaries eye adult-use market

Industry spokesman Andrew Blasco, who deemed Pennsylvania's medical marijuana program an "unqualified success" said his membership would support a move to recreational use.

Majority of New Jersey residents favor legalizing recreational marijuana, poll shows

New Jersey residents support legalizing weed for recreational use, but they're a bit softer on how cannabis should be made available for sale.

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