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As New York welcomes the regulated market, don't expect the illicit market to disappear. Coming from California, I can tell you not to underestimate the power of the illicit market.

There are lots of new cannabis laws going into effect in 2023. We have provided a state-by-state breakdown of them all!

Make sure to keep an eye out for Hop latent viroid (HLVd)! It’s said to have caused $4B in damages in California and regulation doesn't seem to be doing much to stop the spread of HLVd, a plant-specific pathogenic RNA, which degrades the THC levels.

Imagine taking mushrooms the next time you get into that MRI machine with those spooky noises. According to a recent study, it's way less nerve racking. Sounds like fun to me! I'm curious what waiting room patients will think when they hear lots of laughter coming from the lab. ;)

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Weekly News
New Cannabis Laws for 2023 Kick in across the US More at
How a Cannabis ‘Crop Plague’ Could Force Growers to Change Their Practices More at
‘Melding with the MRI Machine’: The Volunteers Taking Psychedelic Drugs for Science More at
NYC’S Cannabis Underground Is Growing Roots and Building a New Economy More at
Black Market Battles, Plummeting Prices: A Look at Michigan Cannabis in 2022 More at
Restricting Qualifying Conditions Are ‘Deterring’ Patients: Analysis of 210K+ Records More at
AZ Supreme Court: Maternal Use of Cannabis for Morning Sickness Doesn’t Constitute Child Neglect More at
Recreational Cannabis Dispensaries on the Rise in Vermont More at
Newly Signed Ohio Bill Allows Cities to Grant Mass Cannabis Expungements More at
Border Patrol Cannabis Seizures Dropped 95% as More States Legalized over the past Decade More at
Democratic Lawmakers Take Three-Tiered Approach to Cannabis in Kentucky More at
OSHA, Cannabis Company Reach $14K Settlement in Holyoke Worker’s Death More at
Cool Finds
Cannabis from Ancient History to Now More at
Inside the Story of America’s 19th-Century Opiate Addiction More at