Leafly Debuts Updated News Site To Showcase World-Class Cannabis Coverage

Leafly, the world's cannabis information resource, has debuted an updated editorial site to better showcase the company's best-in-class cannabis news, analysis, and entertainment. Leafly News now boasts a dedicated interactive homepage with eight distinct verticals (areas of focus) that give voice to all aspects of the modern cannabis lifestyle, including politics, health, science and technology, industry news, and pop culture. Leafly's signature "Cannabis 101" vertical remains an indispensable resource for patients and consumers to educate themselves about cannabis through informational posts, instructional videos, and step-by-step guides. 

Leafly News is a hub to learn about any issue that might spark the curiosity of a cannabis consumer.

Leafly News is a hub to learn about any issue that might spark the curiosity of a cannabis consumer.

Leafly News is deepening its international focus as well. Five new correspondents based in the European Union now contribute regularly to the site, offering readers expert insight into trends and developments in the European cannabis community from the bustle of Berlin to the rustic Italian countryside. 

Of course, Leafly remains committed to its in-depth coverage of cannabis in the United States at the local, state, and federal levels. With the November election fast-approaching, the Leafly team is criss-crossing the country to cover the unprecedented number of states that could vote to legalize medical or recreational cannabis this fall. 

The Leafly News team includes seasoned reporters, editors, and multimedia producers, who came to the company from an array of storied publications. Managing Editor Sam Martin joined the Leafly crew from Time Inc, while Deputy Editor Bruce Barcott's award-winning nonfiction has appeared in National Geographic, the New York Times Magazine, Mother Jones, Sports Illustrated, Harper’s, and more. 

Twitter users can follow @LeaflyNews to stay up-to-date on the most current content. Be sure to bookmark the Leafly News website and check back frequently for the most essential stories in cannabis.