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Years After Legalization, Maine Releases First Cannabis Indu ...

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Maine released its long-awaited draft rules about its adult-use cannabis program late Monday, revealing a plan that would limit licenses to residents of the state for the first two years. The draft stated Maine would give licenses to grow and sell marijuana only to people who ...

How to Grow Marijuana Sustainably With Korean Natural Farmin ...

Korean Natural Farming (KNF) is a blueprint for an alternative way to farm outdoors among nature. The KNF ethos argues that many growers complicate things by trying to cut back and isolate gardens from nature, whereas KNF encourages farmers to back off and let the surrounding ecosystem join in to he ...

When It Comes to Cannabis Workplace Injuries, the Eyes Have ...

All workplaces can be hazardous. Even your garden variety cubicle-farm office is required to have safety guidelines posted in visible places, usually in the break room, from OHSA, the federal Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration. About 350 of Colorado’s 31,000 ca ...

Cannabis Retail Guide: Nova Cannabis, Queen St., Toronto

The line outside can be deceptive: It’s not packed like sardines inside Nova Cannabis thanks to the 2,900 square foot space that provides lots of area to explore cannabis from a variety of brands. It’s the second of two legal dispensaries to open on Queen Street West as part of the AGCO’s lottery pr ...

Barney Frank Was Into Legalization, Gay Marriage Wicked Earl ...

Cannabis legalization might feel like a novelty in America, but no suh. It’s actually taken way too long. Just ask Congressman Barney Frank of Massachusetts, who proposed the country’s first legalization bill in 1972. Rep. Frank stands among the true godfathers of cannabis law reform. “We had to pus ...

Wisconsin Legalization Would Save Lives, Bring $1.1B Benefit ...

Legalizing medical marijuana in Wisconsin would yield a net benefit of $1.1 billion to the state over five years. That’s the conclusion of a recent cost-benefit analysis undertaken by the University of Wisconsin’s La Follette School of Public Affairs. Researchers estimate that medical legalization w ...