Women of Cannabis Conference Comes To Las Vegas November 13, 2018

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Includes A Full Day of Networking, Collaboration and Empowerment While Addressing Issues and Progress NEVADA: While women have a higher representation in executive positions in the marijuana industry than in corporations in general in the country, their numbers are being reduced as more state legalize recreational pot.  In an effort to empower more women entrepreneurs, Women of Cannabis will be hosting Women of Cannabis Conference, a full-day Read the full article…

Medical Marijuana Supporters Host Patient Education Event

In an effort to increase patient numbers, a daylong event planned Saturday in Chicago aims to answer questions for patients who've been on the fence about entering the medical marijuana program.

ILLINOIS:  Patient numbers have been low so far in the Illinois medical marijuana program. A daylong event planned Saturday in Chicago aims to answer questions for patients who’ve been on the fence. Americans for Safe Access-Illinois and the Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Chicago are co-hosting the event. A $25 workshop for patients and caregivers will be followed by a Read the full article…

Colorado Honors Axed Arizona Professor With $2M Grant Nomination To Study Pot’s Effects On PTSD

Dr. Sue Sisley has been nominated for a $2 million grant from the Rocky Mountain state to continue her medical research on marijuana and PTSD.

COLORADO:  After an uncertain few months, Colorado has welcomed a once-shunned marijuana researcher with open arms. Dr. Sue Sisley, who was controversially fired from her teaching position at the University of Arizona in July, has been nominated for a $2 million grant from the Rocky Mountain state to continue her medical research. The pot pioneer Read the full article…