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Auscann Group Holdings positioned to be a leading supplier of Australian cannabinoid

Elaine Darby, managing director for AusCann Group Holdings, speaks with Proactive Investors.

Cannabis dispensaries get high marks from patients

Research from UBC shows marijuana patients are giving storefront dispensaries high marks for quality, safety and availability but not for cost.

US government launches study on medical marijuana and opioid addiction

The National Institutes of Health awarded a $3.8 million grant to Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Health System last week.

Weed nuns! Meet women who have dedicated their lives to growing marijuana and make millions ...

Sisters of the Valley doubles up as a medical cannabis company and is set to rake it more than $1million in revenue this year.

Seniors cast aside stereotypes, find relief in medical marijuana

Last Christmas, Barbara Kaiser slid to her kitchen floor and just sobbed. The 82-year-old Green Valley woman had spent decades baking hundreds of cookies for her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren for the holidays, but this year, the pain won.

Insiders see a shift in attitudes as cannabis industry heads to the mainstream

Chuck Rifici, like other executives at Canadian cannabis companies, says public attitudes about cannabis are shifting quickly.

Illinois hemp bill may benefit medical marijuana industry

A bill in the Illinois General Assembly would allow hemp to be grown locally in Illinois would mark major shift for medical marijuana growers.

Regulation gives public confidence in industry

Regulation of cannabis gives the public confidence that the industry “is closely guarded and strictly controlled,” attorney Bob Hoban said in an interview.

Price hike in marijuana causing some medical patients to buy cannabis on the streets instead

The price hike in marijuana is causing some patients to turn back to the streets to buy medicine.

Cannabis trade shows evolve to be mainstream

Marijuana-focused conferences become more frequent as pot legalization looms