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- Luxembourg’s new government releases details on recreational cannabis proposal.
- The EMCDDA publishes a guide to medical cannabis policymaking.
- Israeli government passes first vote on medical cannabis export bill.
- German cultivation tender faces further delays.
- UK patients begin receiving medical cannabis licences, but treatment remains costly.
- Canopy Growth acquires German vape manufacturers Storz & Bickel.
- Aurora ships medical cannabis to Luxembourg.
- A Turkish rapper is challenging the country’s strict cannabis laws.
- CBD oil continues to seep into the UK beauty industry.
- Wayland Group strikes medical cannabis cultivation deal in the Northern Territory.
- Changes to New Zealand’s medical cannabis bill offers amnesty for local growers.
- Australia’s MedLab launches European subsidiary.
- Little Green Pharma plans to list on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
- Enterprise software company 365 Cannabis expands into Australia.
Rest of the World
- Cronos sells 45% stake to Altria Group for $1.8 billion.
- Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte favours the regulation of medical cannabis.
- Canada’s draft rules for cannabis edibles expected in coming weeks.
- A proposed farming bill could clear a legal path for hemp-derived CBD in the US.
- New Yorkers want to legalise cannabis to pay for new transport infrastructure.
- South Korea’s move to legalise medical cannabis is causing cultural confusion.
Health & Science
- Cannabis researchers say they have found a way to increase rare THCV production.
- Canopy invests $9.5 million into UK cannabis trials for pain and opioid dependence.
- Cannabis holds the potential to treat diabetes but further study is required.
- Research is needed on the environmental impact of cannabis legalisation.
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