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- London mayoral candidate suggests launching a legal cannabis pilot programme.
- Cannbit to buy Tikun Olam’s Israeli-based cannabis operation for US$42 million.
- UK Labour party considering reform on drug policy.
- North Macedonia looks to medical cannabis exports to boost economy.
- Los Angeles company to invest €25 million in Greek cannabis cultivation.
- Luxembourg to tax CBD flowers like tobacco.
- Teva Pharmaceuticals enters Israeli cannabis market through distribution deal.
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- Health Canada suspends licences for Evergreen and CannTrust.
- Bill to remove cannabis from the deportable offences act submitted to US Congress.
- Charlotte’s Web becomes the first company to hold a US hemp strain patent.
- New Hampshire to consider allowing cannabis self-cultivation.
- Three more Canadian cannabis companies receive warning over advertising claims.
- Canada’s legal edibles market is estimated to attract an additional 3 million consumers.
- USDA presents its draft hemp regulation proposal to the White House.
- D.C. Council enacts legislation allowing students to take medical cannabis at school.
- Utah to consider changes to medical cannabis legislature.
- Stephen Murphy to speak at Advertising Week, New York.
- Prohibition Partners to join cannabis leaders at C3 Canna Summit, New York.
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