Cannabis And Hemp Association, NYU SSDP Host Cannabusiness Seminar 2016

Cannabusiness Seminar 2016 comes to NYU

NEW YORK: The Cannabis and Hemp Association (CHA) and New York University’s Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) have teamed up to present the NYU Cannabusiness Seminar 2016, a FREE exploration of New York State’s medical marijuana industry on Friday, November 18, from 7-11 p.m. at the NYU’s Global Center for Academic and Student Life at 238 Thompson Read the full article…

The Fresh Toast Launches In NYC

The Fresh Toast Team

NEW YORK: The Fresh Toast, a new lifestyle/entertainment platform offering a destination for delight, discovery and sides of cannabis and soon to be music & comedy, launched last week in NYC.   The Fresh Toast is redefining the perception of cannabis globally by becoming a daily destination for readers looking for some morning delight……but will also redefine the perception of cannabis globally. Guests Read the full article…

Cannabis World Congress & Business Exposition New York Boasts Strong Attendance

Curved Papers Interviewed By NY Crain's Business

NEW YORK: For three days, the Cannabis World Congress & Business Exposition (CWCBExpo) at the Javits Center in New York, was a hotbed of business activity when nearly 4,000 attendees (almost double attendance from last year) came to learn, network and build relationships in the country’s fastest growing industry.  The leading event for medical marijuana and Read the full article…

CWCBExpo Is June 15th – 17th At The Jacob Javits Center In NYC

CWCBExpo is June 15-17

  NEW YORK: Thousands of cannabis industry business professionals are expected to attend the second annual CWCBExpo, June 15th – 17th at the Jacob Javits Center in New York.  The b2b event has become one of the East Coast’s top forums for exhibitors and sponsors to explore opportunities in the fast-growing cannabis industry.  CWCBExpo Featured Line-up: “The New York Medical Read the full article…

NFL Super Bowl Champion Leonard Marshall To Keynote CWCBExpo in NYC June 16

Joining Marshall will be Charlie Adams, NFL wide receiver who played for the Denver Broncos and Houston Texans; Eben Britton, a NFL guard and tackle for the Jacksonville Jaguars and Chicago Bears and currently a free agent; Riley D. Cote a former professional ice hockey player (NHL) with the Philadelphia Flyers; Nate Jackson a former NFL wide receiver who played six seasons with the Denver Broncos; and Heather Jackson, CEO of Realm of Caring.

NEW JERSEY:  Despite its status as an officially banned substance, the use of medical cannabis as a treatment for professional athletes — particularly NFL Football players — suffering from chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) is known to be widespread. A number of high-profile NFLers have come out of the cannabis closet of late, and are calling on the league Read the full article…

The Future of Marijuana Policy: MJNN’s Exclusive Q&A With BOTEC’s Mark Kleiman

.  If Democrats get both houses and the presidency, federal prohibition isn’t long for this world. Otherwise, state-by-state will continue.

By David Rheins It’s time for marijuana policy, and marijuana policymakers  in this country to get serious.  Over the past twenty years medical marijuana has grown wild and wide, with a patchwork of 24 different state policies, no two alike.  Adult-use marijuana has been legalized in four states, plus DC, and here too each local market Read the full article…

Medical Marijuana Now Legal But Few Patients On First Day

Lisa Valle stood outside Bloomfield Industries' medical marijuana dispensary Thursday knowing she couldn't get medicine for her sick daughter, but she wanted to go inside anyway.

"It's been a long road," Lisa said.

Her daughter, Maya, has a severe form of Epilepsy that causes seizures. Lisa and Maya's doctors believe the medical marijuana may help. Thursday is the first day the drug is legal in New York State, following 2014 passage of the Compassionate Care Act.

But Lisa doesn't have a patient certification card, which is necessary before the marijuana can be sold.

NEW YORK: Lisa Valle stood outside Bloomfield Industries‘ medical marijuana dispensary Thursday knowing she couldn’t get medicine for her sick daughter, but she wanted to go inside anyway. “It’s been a long road,” Lisa said. Her daughter, Maya, has a severe form of Epilepsy that causes seizures. Lisa and Maya’s doctors believe the medical marijuana may Read the full article…

NY Launches Medical Marijuana Program Thursday

New Hampshire Cannabis Dispensary Approved

NEW YORK: New York is the latest state to allow its citizens to use medical marijuana. The Empire State kicked off its medical marijuana program Thursday with eight dispensaries opening for business.  The program comes 18 months after Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the Compassionate Care Act. It makes non-smokeable forms of medical marijuana available to New Read the full article…

Medical Marijuana On Track, But Questions Remain

Study: Cannabis and mental illness

NEW YORK: New York health officials and the manufacturers say they are on track to start providing medical marijuana to critically ill patients next month. Questions remain, however, over whether doctors and patients will be enrolled in the system quickly enough to make the drug available by the Jan. 5 target date. “There’s no sign Read the full article…