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Congress APPROVES CBD CANNABIS for US MILITARY

The United States Military has been approved to use CBD by Congress... At least a step in the right direction for veterans.

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Researchers suggest cannabis should be studied as possible treatment for COVID-19

Experts from the University of Nebraska and the Texas Biomedical Research Institute are recommending scientists study the potential use of cannabis-derived CBD in anti-viral therapies, due to its known anti-inflammatory properties Forbes contributor Emily Earlenbaugh joins CBSN's Lana Zak with the details.

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Cure or Hype? An inside look at Cannabis COVID-19 research

Researchers believe lab grown Cannabis can be highly effective against COVID-19. As researchers continue to look for a cure for COVID-19, a polarizing question has recently come to the forefront of the medical community and culture. Could Cannabis be a cure? Researchers believe lab grown Cannabis can. Their main goal is blocking the expression of receptor proteins by applying compounds ...

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Cannabis and Coronavirus

This video describes research findings on Cannabis its anti-viral properties and proves that Corona Virus has been around before Feb. 12th, 2019 with research projects and patients with it.

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COVID-19 Pandemic Sees Cannabis Sales Spike

In US news and current events today, in the midst of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic cannabis sales are surging.

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How Cannabis Companies Can Help Fight Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Cannabis Companies and Covid-19 or CoronaVirus

In this episode of Cannabis Tech Talks, Editor-in-Chief Charles Warner had the opportunity to speak with Yobie Benjamin, San Francisco-based investor and activist.

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How the coronavirus outbreak is hitting legal cannabis companies

CNBC's Jane Wells reports on how the coronavirus outbreak is hitting legal cannabis companies.

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Arkansas Puts Dispensary Licenses on Hold and MedMen takes a 90 Million Dollar Loss

In Arkansas, medical cannabis dispensary licensing is put on a temporary hold after applicant Medicanna sues the Medical Marijuana Commission and two other state agencies for unlawful and inconsistent procedures during the awarding process.

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Man is Opens First Black-Owned Cannabis School in the U.S.

This man noticed that America’s emerging weed industry was being dominated by rich, white men — so he’s opening up the first Black-owned cannabis school to help create change.

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Amco’s SPOTLIGHT on Arkansas Glass Blowers

Amco's Spotlight on Arkansas Glass Blower Andrew Panda Lucariello

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An increasing number of senior citizens are smoking marijuana

A study says that marijuana use in senior adults has increased by 75%.

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Oklahoma boasts second highest amount of marijuana dispensaries per capita

Oklahoma boasts second highest amount of marijuana dispensaries per capita, study shows.

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