Category: Miscellaneous

57 Countries Have Legalized Medical Marijuana

57 countries have legalized the medical use of marijuana. As confirmed by a recent study published by the US National Institute of Health, 57 countries have legalized medical marijuana. Canada was the first country to do so in 2001, five years after California became the first U.S. state to legalize the medicine. The list below …

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The Four States Still on Track to Legalize Marijuana in 2024

After New Hampshire’s recreational marijuana law was narrowly defeated in the House, despite support from the governor and Senate, we explore the four states still on track to legalize recreational marijuana next. Both New Hampshire and Hawaii saw their legalization efforts narrowly miss success this year, with no further progress expected in the current year. …

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Get Free Joints and Pay to Participate in “Science of Smokeability” Study

A new study, titled the Science of Smokeability (SOS), is seeking those interesting in receiving free joints and pay in order to take part in a study designed to help improve the smoking experience of marijuana consumers. DaySavers, who describes themselves as “the most compliant and tested pre-rolled cone and rolling paper brand on the …

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Report: Marijuana Testing Market Worth Nearly $2 Billion

The global cannabis testing market in terms of revenue was estimated to be worth $1.8 billion in 2024 and is poised to reach $4.0 billion by 2029, growing at a CAGR of 17.2% from 2024 to 2029. This is according to a new report conducted by the research firm Markets and Markets. The comprehensive research …

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These 3 States Are Vying to Become the 26th Legal Marijuana State

New Hampshire is set to become the 25th legal marijuana state, marking the halfway point for the entire country. Meanwhile, three other states are competing to become the 26th, raising the possibility that we could end the year with 28 states having legalized recreational marijuana. Many state legislatures have already adjourned for the year, with …

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The 5 Most Popular Sativa-Dominant Marijuana Strains in the US

In the legal marijuana market, there are hundreds of active marijuana strains (there’s 644 in Massachusetts alone), with many being sativa-dominant. Among the numerous options, a few stand out due to their widespread popularity. Today, 24 states have legalized recreational marijuana, while 38 states permit medical marijuana use. These states generally feature flourishing legal markets …

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These 5 States Will Vote on Marijuana Initiatives in Just 5 Months

The November 2024 presidential election is just five months away. Here’s a look at the state’s that will be voting on marijuana legalization initiatives. New Hampshire is set to become the 25th legal marijuana state, marking the halfway point for the entire country. This November, several states will be vying to tip the scale and …

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These 8 States Are Set to Legalize Marijuana Within the Next 18 Months

Between now and the November 2025 election, multiple states are set to join the 24 that have legalized recreational marijuana. Recently, we published an article on the three states set to legalize marijuana within the next three months. In this article, we’ll broaden the scope and examine the states expected to legalize marijuana within the …

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A Look at Marijuana Initiatives on the November Ballot: Two States Confirmed, Three More in the Running

Currently, two states are guaranteed to be voting on marijuana legalization initiatives this November, with a few others vying to join that list. At the time of publication, Florida and South Dakota are the two states with marijuana legalization initiatives definitely being voted on this November. However, Arkansas and North Dakota also have legalization initiatives …

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5 Federal Marijuana Bills Poised for Passage if Democrats Win Congress and White House

As the November elections approach, the potential for a significant shift in marijuana policy looms large. If the Democrats gain control of the US House of Representatives and retain the Senate and presidency, several key federal marijuana bills are poised to make substantial progress and potentially be enacted into law. Here are five bills that …

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