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Power Five Conference Schools Ease Penalties for Pot Use Among Athletes

At least one-third of the Power Five conference schools are not punishing athletes as harshly as they were 10 years ago for testing positive for marijuana and other recreational substances, according to an investigation undertaken by the Associated Press.  ...

DEA Eases Restrictions on CBD Research to Benefit Big Pharma

There was speculation last week that the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration might be on the verge of downgrading the Schedule I classification of the cannabis plant. Unfortunately, the end result proved the implications behind the rumors were somewhat overstated, as the...

Tunisia Pirate Party Adopts Cannabis Leaf Logo

Tunisia, the first country to rise up and throw off its long dictatorship when revolution began to sweep the Arab world in 2011, is seen as the success story of the Arab Spring. Now, Green Rush Daily reports that the Pirate Party of Tuni...

Pot Bank Begs for Access to Nation's Banking System

A Colorado credit union designed to serve the pot industry - Fourth Corner Credit Union - was challenging a decision by the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City to keep the pot bank from accessing the nation's financial system. The feds' rejection earlier this...

Syrian Hashish Harvest Workers Stranded in Lebanon

Both Reuters and National Public Radio have run reports over the past week on the plight of season migrant laborers who come from Syria to the Bekaa to help harvest cannabis and produce hashish—activities just winding down now. But thos...

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