Cannabis continues to gain legitimacy on both the medical and regulatory front. This week the American Nurses Association announced that its recognition of Cannabis Nursing as a specialty practice and the USDA announced that genetically modified can be safely grown. A Canadian study published in JAMA showed a drop in marijuana usage following legalization. Finally, the concern about marijuana lab testing continues.

American Nurses Association recognized Cannabis Nursing as a specialty practice.

USDA says genetically modified hemp may be safely grown

A study out of Canada shows a reduction of marijuana use among young adults following legalization

Continuing issues with marijuana lab testing