The new collective bargaining agreement will drastically reshape NFL cannabis policy for the foreseeable future, making players less likely to be punished.
March 20, 2020Lane Trachy
On December 12th, 2019, Major League Baseball announced it would remove cannabis from its banned substances list and begin testing for opioids.
December 21, 2019Lane Trachy
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March 18, 2019Lane Trachy
Hello, my name is Tonya Sanders. I am 37 and I have been sick on and off since middle school. After trying cannabis, everything I had experienced was gone.
August 14, 2018Lane Trachy
A recently released study from the University of California-San Diego and Weill Cornell Medical College found that cannabis reduces opioid prescriptions.
July 19, 2018Lane Trachy
In 2016, opioid addiction killed 40,000 people in the United States. Studies have shown that cannabis for opioid addiction could be a viable long-term solution.
April 3, 2018Lane Trachy
As seen in Super Bowl LIIl, concussions in the NFL are a major ongoing concern. Can cannabis concussion treatment help the NFL better protect their players?
February 6, 2018Lane Trachy
2017 may have been the biggest year ever for the cannabis industry. 2018 may be even better with more states expected to legalize and more money to be made.
January 2, 2018Lane Trachy
Debates about marijuana policies in the United States are beginning to increase. Politicians against cannabis reform are facing increased scrutiny.
November 15, 2017Lane Trachy