The University of Minnesota has validated a genetic test that it hopes will help Cannabis farmers meet legal THC standards and help growers avoid having to destroy noncompliant crops.
People with anxiety, sickle cell disease and tic disorder could qualify for medical cannabis in Minnesota after a discussion next week.
U.S. Senator Tina Smith introduced legislation to address health and safety considerations for implementing the legalization of marijuana, officials announced Monday.
A Minnesota mother is fighting for a bill that would allow school nurses and staff to administer medical cannabis to students for medical reasons.
Minnesota House Democrats say that cannabis legalization is inevitable in Minnesota. Tuesday, they outlined their plan to do so.
Dispensaries across the state have rendered 271,169 transactions since cannabis was legalized on January 1, 2020 – totaling exactly $10,830,667.91 in sales.
The new policy will go into effect in August 2020 and will allow sufferers of chronic pain and age-related macular degeneration to receive medical marijuana treatments.
Across the country, eleven states plus the District of Columbia have legalized recreational marijuana. There are many lawmakers who want Minnesota to be next and many who do not, including Senate Republicans. The House majority leader is laying the groundwork to convince voters and lawmakers that it could work here.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Two months after two men were arrested at an illicit marijuana farm on public land deep in the Northern California wilderness, authorities are assessing the environmental impact and cleanup costs at the site where trees were clear-cut, waterways were diverted, and the ground was littered with open containers of fertilizer and rodenticide.
America's first official cannabis cafe opened on Tuesday in West Hollywood. Lowell Farms: A Cannabis Cafe offers a "farm-to-table experience for both cuisine and cannabis."
After nationwide reports of vaping illnesses and even some deaths linked to vaping, the Minnesota Department of Health is warning medical cannabis users in the state.
In their state fair polls, the Minnesota House and Senate both asked whether recreational marijuana should be legalized at age 21.
Medical cannabis in Minnesota just hit the two-year mark. Despite lasting stigmas and high costs, the industry continues to see steady patient growth.