Volume 2 Issue No. 26
Steep Hill Hawaii Launches, ReceivesISO 17025 Accreditation
By Aaron G. Biros, Editor-in-Chief
After becoming the first state-licensed laboratory in Hawaii, the lab announced they received ISO 17025:2005 accreditation from Perry Johnson Laboratory Accreditation, Inc.
Since the first session of the 115th Congress convened on January 3, 2017, twenty-four cannabis reform bills have been introduced, fifteen in the House and nine in the Senate. All of them address in varying ways the puzzles that have emerged as more and more states legalize cannabis in the face of federal prohibition. Some are narrow, some are broad, some are for medical cannabis only, some for recreational too, some have more bipartisan support than others, but all indicate in some manner the direction federal reform will eventually take.
— Brian Blumenfeld, CIJ
How Science Is Going To Save Your Cannabis Business
By Kay Smythe, Research Specialist
Writer and academic research specialist, Kay Smythe, talks about how research in marketing for the American cannabis industry is missing a very profitable trick.
The Problem With Puerto Rico’s Medical Cannabis
By Dr. Ginette M. Collazo, Consultant
Dr. Ginette Collazo, a Puerto Rican resident, reviews some of their regulations with a psychological lens.
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