Comprehensive Report on Medical Cannabis Oil Market 2021 | Trends, Growth Demand, Opportunities & Forecast To 2027

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Why Europe’s big cannabis route is so hard to shut

By Kostas Koukoumakas

“Now we’re on their turf,” says one of the three Greek drug enforcement officers, walking, guns at the ready and bloated in their bulletproof vests.

A short distance ahead lies the porous border with Albania. This is the biggest land route for cannabis trafficking in Europe.

The Greek border village of Haravgi Ioannina is nearby, but there is no barbed wire or any other barrier to mark the frontier.

“Cannabis is trafficked on foot by Albanians who live in villages on the other side of the border,” says Greek officer Lambros Tsoumanis, who spends much of his time patrolling these mountains. “They are hardy, tough people and know all the crossings like the back of their hand. They can survive for days in the forest.”

Greek police have confiscated 1.5 tonnes of cannabis since the beginning of the year. The previous two years, they seized almost nine tonnes.

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House to take historic vote on federally decriminalizing marijuana

ByJohn Parkinson

The Marijuana Opportunity, Reinvestment, and Expungement Act would also mandate a reassessment of prior marijuana convictions, invest in services for people caught up in the war on drugs and open Small Business Administration funding for legitimate cannabis-related businesses.

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Why Aurora Cannabis Stock Jumped Over 30% Today

By Howard Smith

What happened

After jumping 32% earlier in the session, shares of Canadian pot company Aurora Cannabis (NYSE:ACB) remain up 21% as of 10:50 a.m. EST. The stock has been on a bumpy ride this year. Though shares are down 65% year to date, they have jumped about 80% just since the U.S. election on Nov. 3. 

So what

And the election is still moving shares today. News that the Trump administration has officially cleared the way for a transition to the Biden presidency gives investors in marijuana companies more optimism for the industry. 

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Election Post-Mortem And Cannabis: Experts Weigh In On What May Come Next

By Iris Dorbian

Two weeks ago, cannabis emerged as the big winner in the November 3rd election as voters in New Jersey, Arizona, Montana and South Dakota voted to legalize adult-use marijuana while Mississippi approved the sale of medical cannabis. To make this victory even sweeter for this space comes a new bullish forecast from New Frontier Data, a leading cannabis researcher, which estimates that the U.S. market will pull in $38.3 billion by 2025, a more than 9 percent increase from its previous projection of $35.1 billion.

What else could be coming down the pike for this industry? Several top cannabis professionals and experts weigh in with their prognostications.

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Cannabis legalization measures set to pass in 5 states

BY REY MASHAYEKHI

Arizona, Montana, New Jersey, and South Dakota are braced to become the latest states to legalize the recreational use of cannabis, with voters in South Dakota and Mississippi also set to approve ballot initiatives permitting medical marijuana use.

In Arizona, voters decided by a 60% to 40% margin in favor of Proposition 207, an initiative legalizing the recreational possession and use of marijuana by adults aged 21 and over. Arizona voters rejected a similar recreational measure on their ballots four years ago, though the state legalized medical cannabis in 2010.

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Cannabis and euthanasia votes bring New Zealand to moral crossroads

By ELIZABETH BEATTIE

HONG KONG — The general election in New Zealand may be over, with popular Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern reelected in a landslide, but on two weighty issues the country is still awaiting outcomes.

After impassioned campaigns, preliminary results of referendums on decriminalizing cannabis and legalizing euthanasia will be released by the Electoral Commission on Friday, with the official numbers due Nov. 6.

The latest polling, released on the eve of the Oct. 17 election, suggests the marijuana bill is unlikely to pass while the “assisted dying” legislation has a better chance. A Newshub-Reid Research survey found 55.6% of respondents planned to vote “no” to cannabis, versus 38.3% who intended to tick “yes.”

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