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AOC’s psychedelics amendment considered in Congress this week (Newsletter: June 10, 2019)

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NY Dem chair doesn’t realize legal marijuana is popular with voters; RI Senate approves safe consumption sites; Jamaica to press US on cannabis banking

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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) filed an amendment to a funding bill that would make it easier for scientists to study the medical benefits of psilocybin, MDMA and other psychedelic drugs.

  • A separate proposal from Rep. Lou Correa (D-CA) would allow medical marijuana on college campuses.

The New York Democratic Party chairman said voters will “throw us out of office” if lawmakers legalize marijuana. But polling shows legal cannabis is very popular—statewide, upstate, in the suburbs and among independents—and gets more support than elected Democrats themselves do. Meanwhile, Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said that he doubts the Senate could get enough support for legalization legislation if he kept lawmakers in session for 10 years.

The Rhode Island Senate approved a bill to allow the creation of safe consumption sites for illegal drugs. Federal prosecutors have already issued threats against similar moves in other states.

The Jamaican minister of industry, commerce, agriculture and fisheries said his government will pressure the U.S. Congress to pass marijuana banking legislation.

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Colorado’s U.S. attorney said he thinks the state can do more to regulate marijuana but that he’s “a states’ rights guy, and I think we have an intractable problem between federal law and state law that has to be resolved” by Congress. He also expressed concern about a move to allow supervised injection facilities and said that Denver’s move to decriminalize psilocybin isn’t really on his office’s radar.

The U.S. Sentencing Commission reported that more than 1,000 requests for reduced sentences were granted in the four months following President Trump signing criminal justice reform legislation.

The Food and Drug Administration’s deputy commissioner for food policy and response outlined the agency’s efforts to craft CBD regulations in a letter to the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), a presidential candidate, and Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO), sent press releases about the endorsement of their marijuana bill by 12 governors.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), a presidential candidate, spoke about racial disparities in marijuana enforcement and the need for equity in the cannabis industry.

Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), a presidential candidate, said he is hopeful about the prospects for ending federal marijuana prohibition.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), a presidential candidate, tweeted, “With this marijuana legalization plan, we can start working to not only heal the damage done by racist drug laws, but tap into the medical and economic opportunity that marijuana offers.”

South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D), a presidential candidate, tweeted, “Thousands of patients in Iowa are struggling thanks to a limited medical marijuana program that doesn’t meet their health care needs — the governor’s veto will only prolong their suffering.”

Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (D), a presidential candidate, spoke about his support for reforming federal marijuana laws but said that no state should be forced to legalize.

Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) tweeted, “There are too many people locked in jail for marijuana possession, while investors make millions and people in ten states can go to dispensaries and buy cannabis legally. It’s well past time to end the prohibition of marijuana and expunge all prior offenses for use.”

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Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (R) signed a bill requiring the testing of medical cannabis products.

Maine Gov. Janet Mills (D) signed bills making it easier for out-of-state patients to obtain medical cannabis and clarifying other provisions of the state’s medical marijuana program. Separately, the legislature’s Veterans and Legal Affairs Committee will hold a hearing on marijuana regulations on Monday.

Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont (D) said that if lawmakers can’t pass marijuana legalization legislation they should put a statutory measure on the ballot for voters to enact.

Rhode Island’s House speaker said that he’s not passionate about marijuana legalization either way and that there is “no interest in doing that at this time.”

The New York Assembly majority leader reiterated her support for legalizing marijuana at an NAACP dinner.

A Nevada judge will continue hearing arguments in a case challenging the state’s marijuana license awarding process this week.

Colorado regulators have scheduled meetings of work groups to help formulate rules to implement several recently enacted marijuana bills.

Minnesota regulators are being sued by a hemp grower who says his license was improperly revoked.

California marijuana regulators posted a new frequently asked questions webpage.

Massachusetts’s top marijuana regulator spoke about ongoing efforts to implement legalization, including oversight of business ownership restrictions.


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Denver, Colorado police sent a bulletin about an uptick in burglaries at marijuana facilities.

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Canada’s Senate is taking up a bill to expedite pardons for marijuana possession offenses.

Several Conservative UK candidates for prime minister have acknowledged past illegal drug use in recent days.

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The Hemp Industries Association said that its email list was the apparent target of a malware and phishing scam.

Prohibitionist organization Smart Approaches to Marijuana is airing anti-cannabis ads in Nebraska as reform advocates collect signatures to qualify a medical marijuana measure for the state ballot. Despite claims that the spots have nothing to do with the proposed measure, government filings list “2020 Ballot Initiative” as the subject of the campaign.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A survey found that “the majority of oncology providers in Colorado do not recommend and do not feel comfortable recommending or suggesting medical marijuana to a cancer patient, yet most believe it provides medical benefit.”

/ OPINION & ANALYSIS

A poll found that New York voters support legalizing marijuana, 55%-40%.

A poll found that New Zealand voters oppose legalizing marijuana, 52%-39%.

The Star-Ledger editorial board is calling on New Jersey lawmakers to pass legislation expunging marijuana convictions.

The Boston Globe editorial board is urging more research into the effects of CBD.

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JP Morgan and four other firms submitted bids to handle medical cannabis banking for West Virginia.

The Church of England is rescinding a self-imposed ban on investing in medical cannabis companies.

Terra Tech paid $6.3 million to settle a lawsuit alleging that the company improperly shifted money from a Nevada dispensary to other projects.

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Senate to hold cannabis and health hearing this week (Newsletter: October 22, 2019)

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USDA says hemp regs coming soon; Leading Mexican lawmaker backs legalizing drugs; Michael J. Fox Foundation supports marijuana research

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The U.S. Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control will hold a hearing focused on “Marijuana and America’s Health” on Wednesday. The Surgeon General Jerome Adams, National Institute on Drug Abuse Director Nora Volkow and several academics are scheduled to testify.

U.S. Department of Agriculture Deputy Secretary Stephen Censky testified before a Senate committee that rules implementing hemp legalization will be filed “within the next couple of weeks.”

The head of Mexico’s ruling party in the Chamber of Deputies says the country should legalize drugs—starting with marijuana—to combat cartel violence.

The Michael J. Fox Foundation is supporting three pieces of pending congressional legislation to expand marijuana research.

  • “Current policies hinder comprehensive medical research on cannabis, making it difficult to generate the evidence needed for clear recommendations.”

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Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), a presidential candidate, tweeted, “We must legalize marijuana the right way. That means correcting failed drug policies that disproportionately hurt people of color, & creating new opportunities for people of color to participate in the industry.”

Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) tweeted, “Marijuana has long been a driving force for mass incarceration and it’s about time we change our outdated laws. We are closer than ever to legalizing marijuana and providing restorative justice to communities most impacted by the failed #WarOnDrugs.”

Former Rep. Scott Taylor (R-VA), a U.S. Senate candidate, tweeted, “Decriminalize at federal level. Let states vote the policies they want w/respect to #cannabis. Current policy makes it a cash business (more dangerous), unevenly incarcerates-making criminals of people who shouldn’t be (disproportionately minority) & makes zero practical sense.”

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Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo (D) is considering filing a lawsuit over legislators’ move to give themselves more direct control over cannabis regulations. Meanwhile, the House speaker appears ready to walk back the policy.

Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor called out prohibitionist organization Smart Approaches to Marijuana for paying to promote anti-reform tweets.

A Massachusetts judge gave regulators a week to fix a ban on vaping products before he potentially strikes down its reach to nicotine products, but left its impact on marijuana products in place. Medical cannabis patients have joined the case.

A Montana judge issued a temporary restraining order on a ban on flavored vaping products.

The Louisiana House and Senate Agriculture Committees considered hemp regulations at a joint hearing.

Maine regulators adopted a symbol that must be displayed on marijuana products. Separately, the legislature’s Marijuana Advisory Committee will meet on Thursday.

Here’s a look at the prospects for marijuana reform in Virginia.


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Paraguayan President Mario Abdo signed hemp regulations into law.

New Zealand lawmakers debated marijuana legalization in a TV appearance.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A review concluded that “although current available studies show promising results regarding both the safety and efficacy of cannabidiol and oxytocin for the treatment of [social anxiety disorder], most studies were performed using single or few doses of these compounds, with small sample sizes.”

The University of Connecticut opened a hemp research lab.

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

A poll found that U.S. adults support legalizing marijuana, 67%-31%.

Trump reelection advisory board member Rob Astorino dismissed a C-SPAN caller’s concerns by jokingly saying, “I know marijuana is legal in California.”

The scientific advisory board of prohibitionist organization Smart Approaches to Marijuana sent a letter urging Congress to halt cannabis reform action, hold oversight hearings and support efforts to remove vaping products from store shelves.

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Pax Labs laid off a quarter of its workforce.

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Actor Michael Douglas had his young son hand out marijuana joints to other celebrities at parties, the younger Douglas wrote in a new book.

The Onion joked that medical cannabis is “effective for treating long-term pain over Jerry Garcia’s death.”

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Mexican committees release legal cannabis bill for vote this month (Newsletter: October 21, 2019)

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Court tosses DEA cultivation app lawsuit; Former VA head now backs marijuana research; NFL owners ready to make cannabis concessions

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Several Mexican Senate committees jointly negotiated and released a comprehensive marijuana legalization bill that leaders aim to pass this by the end of this month in accordance with a Supreme Court deadline.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit dismissed a lawsuit challenging the Drug Enforcement Administration’s delays in considering marijuana cultivation license applications.

Former Veterans Affairs Sec. David Shulkin, who oversaw VA efforts to block veterans’ participation in medical marijuana research while in office, said in a new interview that “the time is now” to expand cannabis studies.

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The Drug Enforcement Administration will accept vaping devices and cartridges as part of its National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), a presidential candidate, pledged to “end the horrifically destructive war on drugs and legalize marijuana” at a large rally.

The office of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) tweeted about Murray State University’s “leading Center for Agricultural Hemp.”

Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) cited his House-passed amendment to recognize tribal sovereignty over marijuana programs in a newsletter for Indigenous Peoples’ Day.

The House bill to deschedule marijuana and fund programs to repair the harms of the war on drugs got one new cosponsor for a total of 49.

The House bill to deschedule marijuana and withhold funding from states with discriminatory enforcement got four new cosponsors for a total of 49.

The House bill to deschedule marijuana got one new cosponsor for a total of 34.

The House bill to protect veterans from losing their benefits for marijuana use got two new cosponsors for a total of nine.

The House bill to create a safe harbor for veterans who use medical cannabis got one new cosponsor for a total of two.

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Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers (D) declared last Friday as “Wisconsin Hemp Day.”

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) tweeted a video summarizing his marijuana legalization summit with regional governors, saying, “I know that by collaborating together, sharing resources, and thinking collectively, our states can come up with smart cannabis policy and protect the public health.”

Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser’s (D) Office of Community Affairs tweeted a link to a petition calling on Congress to stop interfering with the city’s marijuana laws.

Utah regulators advised medical cannabis patients not to use THC vaping products.

The Massachusetts legislature’s Joint Committee On Cannabis policy will hold a hearing on several marijuana and hemp bills on Tuesday.

Nevada regulators suspended the license of marijuana grower Helios for unspecified reasons.

Oregon regulators approved marijuana violation stipulated settlement agreements.

Alaska regulators will consider marijuana licensing decisions on Tuesday.

New Mexico regulators will hold a public hearing on proposed medical cannabis rules on November 22.

Here’s a look at how former Michigan lawmakers are working in the marijuana industry.

The Los Angeles Times examines how marijuana legislation fared in California this session.

Georgia’s medical cannabis expansion is stalled because officials still haven’t appointed members of the commission who are charged with overseeing implementation.


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Denver, Colorado officials will hold two cannabis community public forums over the next week.

San Diego, California officials ordered roughly two dozen marijuana growing and processing businesses to close because they haven’t received permits.

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Australia’s attorney general warned local officials that their marijuana legalization law doesn’t protect people from being punished under ongoing federal prohibition.

A Brazilian court ruled that a couple can grow medical cannabis for their son.

A Canadian member of Parliament is under fire for failing to disclose his involvement in a marijuana start-up company.

Dutch regulators opened a public comment period on a “controlled cannabis supply chain experiment.”

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A study of marijuana products in Oregon found that “both recreational and medicinal cannabis samples contained high levels of residual pesticides and pesticides not legally allowed to be used on cannabis products” and that “medicinal cannabis products were found to have mean levels of residual pesticides that were 3–12 times higher than recreational products.”

A review concluded that “psilocybin appear[s] to be potentially useful as a treatment for cancer related depression and anxiety.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

A poll found that Australians oppose the federal government overturning a local marijuana legalization law, 62%-27%.

The Rhode Island Republican Party is questioning ties of associates of the Democratic House speaker to a hemp company whose license was suspended by regulators.

The chair of the Tennessee Democratic Party tweeted, “Marijuana legalization is not just an economic opportunity. It’s a chance to right a societal wrong: mass incarceration. This is the reparations discussion we should be having.”

The Anchorage Daily News editorial board is in favor of a local proposal to allow on-site consumption at marijuana dispensaries.

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The CEO and COO of DionyMed Brands Inc. resigned and a creditor is seeking an immediate payment of $24.8 million.

Southern University plans to roll out CBD medical cannabis products next month.

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USA Triathlon is partnering with CBD company Pure Spectrum.

National Football League owners are reportedly prepared to make concessions to the players’ union on lessening marijuana penalties. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones reportedly discussed his support for the change at a recent meeting.

The PGA Tour suspended golfer Matt Every for using medical cannabis for mental health in accordance with Florida state law.

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Senate chair discusses cannabis banking bill changes (Newsletter: October 18, 2019)

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Four governors hold legal marijuana summit; Sanders congratulates Canada on legalization anniversary; Studies: Cannabis is opioid alternative

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Marijuana Moment spoke to Senate Banking Committee Chairman Mike Crapo (R-ID) about what changes he has in mind for House-passed cannabis banking legislation that he plans to advance through his panel this year.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D), Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont (D), New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) and Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D), along with officials from three other states, held a regional summit to coordinate marijuana legalization efforts and adopted a set of “core principles” that will shape the cannabis plans they pursue in 2020.

  • “There is a desire to do this. I believe the people of this state and our surrounding states have a desire to do it. But the old expression is the devil is in the details, how you do this makes all the difference.”

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), a presidential candidate, congratulated Canada on the one-year anniversary of its marijuana legalization law.

  • “Vermont shares a border with Canada, and as far as I can tell, the sky has not fallen and the cities have not plunged into anarchy on the other side.”

Two new studies examined marijuana as an opioid alternative, finding that medical cannabis laws “are associated with a lower likelihood of opioid pain reliever use” and that “a substantial number of U.S. adults reported that they substituted marijuana for opioids.”

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A federal judge rejected a motion from Utah’s attorney general to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the legislation lawmakers passed to replace a voter-approved medical cannabis ballot measure, and granted advocates’ request to move the case back to state court.

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) tweeted that presidential candidate and former Rep. Beto O’Rourke’s (D-TX) advocacy for marijuana legalization makes him “the new national spokesman for Cheetos.”

Rep. Jim Himes (D-CT) spoke about how three-strikes laws give people life sentences for selling marijuana.

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New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) tweeted, “Legalizing recreational cannabis has the potential to create more than 11,000 new jobs and generate hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue in the first year of sales alone. I look forward to working with the Legislature to get a bill to my desk next year. We’re going to protect medical cannabis patients, address public safety and workplace concerns, and accelerate New Mexico’s economic diversification and growth.”

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) tweeted about how people can get their past marijuana convictions pardoned.

The Oregon Court of Appeals issued a temporary stay against regulators ban on flavored nicotine vaping products but left in place its application to marijunaa vaping products.

Rhode Island’s House speaker is attempting to distance himself from a controversy related to the license suspension of a hemp business for which personnel have close ties to his office.

Nevada regulators have been performing surprise inspections on marijuana testing labs and are putting an indefinite freeze on processing applications for sale or transfer of cannabis business licenses.

Maryland regulators sent an advisory warning consumers not to use vaping products containing THC.

The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands’s Cannabis Commission is close to hiring a managing director.

Illinois regulators released an updated list of medical cannabis businesses that have been approved to conduct adult-use marijuana sales.

Florida’s Financial Impact Estimating Conference is holding workshops on a proposed marijuana legalization ballot measure this month.

Michigan regulators are asking people to participate in a hemp survey.

Ohio regulators released updated medical cannabis patient and caregiver numbers.


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The Leon County, Florida Commission didn’t have enough votes to pass a proposed marijuana decriminalization ordinance.

The Tallahassee, Florida City Commission discussed but did not vote on a marijuana decriminalization proposal.

A Denver, Colorado effort to help people clear past marijuana records is off to a slow start.

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Canadian regulations allowing marijuana edibles took effect. Separately, here’s a look at activists’ efforts to legalize psilocybin.

Jamaica’s minister of industry, commerce, agriculture and fisheries said he wants President Trump’s help in fixing marijuana industry banking issues.

A French comedian resigned from the Presidential Council of Cities, telling President Emmanuel Macron that it is necessary to “legalize Muslims in this country before legalizing marijuana.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

A poll of U.S. voters found that 65% want Congress to direct the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to quickly set safety standards for CBD products and 70% believe FDA should already have done so.

A poll found that Maryland residents support legalizing marijuana, 66%-31%.

The Marijuana Policy Project appointed Revolution Global CEO Mark de Souza to its board of directors. It also put Akerna on its Policy Council.

/ BUSINESS

Nova Farms had its licenses restored by Massachusetts regulators following an initial suspension after they determined threats to public health, safety and welfare had been mitigated.

/ CULTURE

Actress Susan Sarandon tweeted, “Despite widespread legalization, countless individuals remain incarcerated in the US & worldwide for cannabis offenses. @lastprisonerprj is a non-profit dedicated to restorative justice through clemency, expungement & reentry work. Support & learn more: http://lastprisonerproject.org?

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