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In Colorado, young people’s self-reported marijuana use fell to its lowest level in nearly a decade.
Make no mistake about it, cannabis is definitely stronger today than it was in the past, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
Vermont is officially the ninth state to legalize marijuana, and the first to end cannabis prohibition through an act of lawmakers.
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With cannabis now more accessible — legally — than ever, more researchers are weighing in on its health effects.
An initial ruling by the organization’s Expert Committee on Drug Dependence found CBD products do not warrant inclusion on international drug scheduling.
A recent study finds menstruation, menopause, and sex are listed as the top reasons for female cannabis self-care.
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High Standards CEO Enrico Moses says marijuana has helped him foster a better relationship with his children by connecting him with his deeper self.
To further shed the stereotype of the stoner, several entrepreneurs have started glossy lifestyle magazines dedicated to both educating and celebrating the lifestyle, culture, and people of cannabis.
From designer vape pens to subscription boxes, here's what grew in popularity this year.
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The Sisters of the Valley, California's self-ordained "weed nuns," are on a mission to heal and empower women with their cannabis products.
From creating edibles to crafting policy, these women are influencing the way marijuana industry is rolling out in America.
This series of images hones in on female leaders using their influence to promote the cannabis industry as a fair, sustainable and professional space.
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