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AZ issues cannabis app forms and draft rules (Newsletter: January 12, 2021)

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FDA’s CBD research plan; NY gov pledges legal marijuana in State of the State; KS lawmakers prep medical cannabis push for 2021

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Top Food and Drug Administration officials announced a new plan to fill gaps in research about CBD’s effects using “real-world data.”

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) stepped up his push to legalize marijuana in 2021 by featuring it in his State of the State address.

Arizona regulators released forms for recreational marijuana business license applications that they will begin accepting next week. They also published a new set of draft rules to implement voter-approved cannabis legalization.

Kansas lawmakers and Gov. Laura Kelly (D) are stepping up the push to legalize medical cannabis in 2021.

  • “As our state recovers from COVID-19, legalizing medical marijuana is an innovative solution to increase state revenue and improve Kansas’ overall health and economy,” a spokesperson for the governor said. “We must come up with a Kansas-specific approach that’s well-regulated, controlled, and a collaborative effort with the law enforcement community.”

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Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) said that “if Trump had made marijuana decriminalization part of his platform, I guarantee you he would have found 20,000 votes in Georgia and 100,000 in Pennsylvania and 100,000 in Wisconsin.”

Former Rep. Trey Radel (R-FL) tweeted, “Legalize it. Rehabilitation not incarceration. War on drugs destroys families and communities. CC:  @NORML”

Ohio Democratic congressional candidate Nina Turner tweeted, “It’s no coincidence the elected leaders who aided in Trump’s violent insurrection expect to face zero consequences. These are the same people who uphold a justice system where a kid arrested for smoking marijuana faces a lifetime criminal record. We must hold them accountable.”

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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) tweeted, “It’s a new week, Virginia—and there are brighter days ahead. This week, we launch plans to:…✅Legalize marijuana, equitably…”

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) said he is “optimistic” that he and lawmakers can work out differences over provisions in marijuana legalization enabling legislation concerning underage people. The Senate president said, of the governor, that the “ball’s in his court.”

California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s (D) office is cohosting virtual convenings on  cannabis policy, equity and racial justice this month and next month.

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) said she supports federal marijuana legalization (about 38:15 into the video).

Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor tweeted about Oregon marijuana sales, saying, “Great. Meanwhile, Pennsylvania continues to criminalize you for life if you sip a little weed. Let me be clear:  It’s *not* like we need the cash, freedom, justice, jobs, our farmers, our veterans…”

Connecticut’s Senate president pro tempore said he wants to use marijuana tax revenue to help distressed communities. Meanwhile, the Senate Judiciary Committee chair said he expects the panel will take up legalizing cannabis this session.

Illinois lawmakers are considering legislation to change medical cannabis rules.

Ohio regulators are considering petitions to add new medical cannabis qualifying conditions.

Colorado regulators are moving ahead with plans to award a contract to develop a plan for a state Hemp Center of Excellence to MPG Consulting.

South Dakota lawmakers spoke about upcoming legislation addressing voter-approved marijuana legalization and medical cannabis ballot measures.

Nevada regulators are hosting a cannabis and vaping summit this week.

Vermont regulators issued new labeling standards for hemp seeds.

Rhode Island regulators posted redacted medical cannabis dispensary licenses applications it received.


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San Francisco, California regulators sent updates about policies on marijuana tours, events and background reviews.

/ INTERNATIONAL

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte received an initial report on the nation’s bloody “war on drugs.”

UK regulators issued the country’s second license to cultivate medical cannabis.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study of the impact of marijuana use on liver transplants found “no statistical differences in post‐operative outcomes, including patient/graft survival and post‐LT complications in pre‐ or post‐LT users.”

A review concluded that “MDMA and/or MDMA-like molecules appear to be an effective pharmacological treatment for the social impairments of autism, at least in animal models.

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Reverend Al Sharpton is calling on New York lawmakers to ensure equity in marijuana legalization legislation.

The Montana Wilderness Association and Montana Wildlife Federation are criticizing Gov. Greg Gianforte’s (R) budget that proposes moving marijuana tax revenue away from environmental conservation programs.

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GW Pharmaceuticals plc  reported $148 million in quarterly revenue.

Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. announced it completed a $50 million, three-year secured revolving credit facility.

KushCo Holdings, Inc. reported $26.8 million in quarterly revenue and a net loss of $4.5 million.

Data stolen from Aurora Cannabis in a hack is being offered for illegal sale.

The Securities and Exchange Commission issued a cease-and-desist order against India Globalization Capital over claims about a cannabis-based product to treat Alzheimer’s disease.

Organigram Holdings Inc. appointed a new board member.

Acreage Holdings, Inc. has a new board member.

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MN legal cannabis could pass Senate—if only given a vote (Newsletter: May 11, 2021)

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Top fed drug official: Consider decrim; NE legislature voting on medical marijuana this week; Air Force warns against hemp shampoo for pets

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National Institute on Drug Abuse Director Nora Volkow authored an essay saying it’s time to consider decriminalizing drugs, writing that “drug use continues to be penalized, despite the fact that punishment does not ameliorate substance use disorders or related problems.”

  • “Black people and other communities of color have been disproportionately harmed by decades of addressing drug use as a crime rather than as a matter of public health.”

The Nebraska legislature is set to take up a medical marijuana bill on Wednesday—but it will likely have to overcome a filibuster on the floor and then, if it passes, a gubernatorial veto.

Minnesota’s House majority leader spoke about his chamber’s plans to vote on a marijuana legalization bill this week and said he thinks it could pass the Republican-controlled Senate as well—if only it is given a vote there.

The U.S. Air Force is stepping up efforts to stop service members from using marijuana or hemp products—going so far as to say that even CBD shampoo for dogs is not allowed on bases.

  • “Even if it’s for your pet, it’s still illegal.”

/ FEDERAL

Closing arguments were held in the federal trial against a former Fall River, Massachusetts mayor who allegedly solicited bribes from marijuana businesses.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Dick Durbin (D-IL) tweeted, “This is simple. Legal cannabis businesses in Illinois should have access to banking services.”

Rep. Mike Garcia (R-CA) tweeted, “If you think the issue of the illegal grows in the Antelope Valley is about marijuana you are missing the bigger issue. My constituents are scared for their lives. People are being threatened. Taxpaying, law-abiding citizens are having their water & land stolen. It must end.”

Former Rep. Kwanza Hall (D-GA) sent a letter urging President Joe Biden to commute the marijuana sentence of rapper Ralo.

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Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) signed a bill to allow 30 medical cannabis oil dispensaries to open.

The chief of staff for Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey (R) spoke about potential amendments to the medical cannabis bill she is considering recommending to lawmakers. Meanwhile, the state attorney general spoke about his concerns regarding the legislation.

A spokesperson for Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) said efforts to reform the medical cannabis program are “entirely separate” from the push to legalize marijuana.

The Kansas Senate’s vice president said he thinks there’s enough support in the body to pass a medical cannabis bill, but perhaps not enough to force an expedited vote as the end of the year’s session approaches.

New York’s Assembly majority leader will participate in a forum on implementing marijuana legalization on May 22.

A scheduled Louisiana House vote on a marijuana legalization bill was delayed until Wednesday.

The Colorado House House Business Affairs & Labor Committee killed a bill to restrict marijuana delivery services.

The South Dakota Legislature’s Rules Review Committee voted to accept proposed rules saying that police officers and 911 dispatchers can be prevented from using medical cannabis by their employers.

An Illinois judge ordered a stay on a lawsuit challenging the state’s marijuana dispensary licensing process.

The tribal council for the Cherokee in western North Carolina voted to legalize medical cannabis on tribal lands.

Minnesota’s revised hemp plan was approved by federal officials.

Questions are being raised about whether a law on transparency in Missouri medical cannabis ownership records is allowing some companies to improperly control more businesses than is allowed.

New Mexico’s top marijuana regulator spoke about plans to implement legalization.

Michigan regulators published guidance on the use of hemp in food and dairy products.

South Carolina regulators published lists of approved hemp transporters and brokers.

California regulators held a hearing on proposed warnings for marijuana smoke and THC.


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The Jefferson County, Washington Board of Commissioners discussed psychedelics policy reform.

The Bronx, New York’s district attorney is being criticized for being slow to drop pending marijuana cases following legalization.

Norwood, Massachusetts’s police chief authored an op-ed against automatically expunging convictions for selling marijuana.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that “compared with manualized therapy with inactive placebo, MDMA-assisted therapy is highly efficacious in individuals with severe PTSD, and treatment is safe and well-tolerated, even in those with comorbidities.”

A study of rats found that “cannabidiol treatment prevented amphetamine relapse.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The Alabama Democratic Party tweeted, “Alabama will become the 37th state to legalize medical marijuana, brining new healthcare options to Alabamians in need.”

The Wisconsin State Journal editorial board is calling on lawmakers to legalize marijuana.

Several member companies resigned from the Nevada Dispensary Association over concerns that it only represents the interests of large businesses.

/ BUSINESS

Trulieve Cannabis Corp. is acquiring Harvest Health & Recreation Inc.

Harvest Health & Recreation Inc. reported quarterly revenue of $89 million and a net loss of $23 million.

Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. reported quarterly revenue of $260 million and a net loss of $17.2 million.

Acreage Holdings, Inc. reported quarterly net revenue of $38.4 million and a net loss of $8.6 million.

Flower One Holdings Inc. reported preliminary quarterly revenue of $13.5 million.

A trademark dispute between BBK Tobacco & Foods LLP and Central Coast Agriculture Inc. over the use of the term “raw” is heating up in federal court.

Wesana Health Holdings Inc. began trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange.

Organigram Holdings Inc. has a new vice president of innovation.

/ CULTURE

Dave Chappelle told Joe Rogan that he used to buy marijuana from Idris Elba.

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AL gov hopes to sign medical cannabis bill (Newsletter: May 10, 2021)

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Feds set standard THC dose; MN legalization heads to floor; KS medical marijuana stalls in Senate; Cop backs cannabis banking; TX hemp scam arrest

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The National Institute on Drug Abuse is setting a standard dose of 5 mg THC for marijuana research, effective immediately.

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey (R) reacted to lawmakers sending medical cannabis legislation to her desk, saying, “I hope, after thoroughly reviewing it, we can sign the bill.”

The Minnesota House Ways and Means Committee approved the majority leader’s marijuana legalization bill. That’s the 12th—and final—panel stop for the legislation before it hits the floor. The session ends on May 17 and the vote could be this week.

Kansas’s Senate president indicated that although a medical cannabis bill passed the House in a strong bipartisan vote, the issue is unlikely to be considered in his chamber this year and may have to wait until 2022.

Sen. Steve Daines(R-MT) released a video of a Montana sheriff who says his marijuana banking bill will help keep the public and police safe. The SAFE Banking Act already passed the House and is cosponsored by more than a third of the Senate.

A top aide to Texas’s agriculture commissioner was arrested for an alleged scheme that involved soliciting money and campaign contributions in exchange for hemp licenses.

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Bipartisan House and Senate lawmakers are reportedly nearing a deal on new policing reform legislation.

Sen. Jacky Rosen (D-NV) tweeted, “Legal marijuana businesses in Nevada and across the country don’t have access to the same banking services as other industries. That needs to change. It’s why I joined the SAFE Banking Act.”

Rep. Lou Correa (D-CA) tweeted, “When it comes to Cannabis, it’s time our Fed Govt join the ever growing states’ movement. Legalize!!!”

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) tweeted, “…It’s marijuana legalization or the filibuster…”

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Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz (D) signed an executive order winding down coronavirus restrictions that says medical cannabis patient registrations that have been extended will expire on August 1,

Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor tweeted about the Texas House approving a psychedelics research bill, saying, “Years ago, when I suggested that Pennsylvania, as the literal mushroom capital of the world, embrace research of psychedelics/micro-dosing revolution they told me you’re crazy.🍄 🤪”

Michigan’s attorney general is hosting a series of expungement fairs to help people clear past marijuana and other convictions from their records.

Mississippi’s secretary of state said signature gathering for a proposed marijuana legalization ballot initiative will be delayed due to an error in the process for notifying the public about the measure.

A Washington, D.C. Council member withdrew a bill that would have given medical cannabis business licensing priority to formerly incarcerated people.

A Wisconsin Republican representative said there is a “path forward for some type of medical marijuana.”

A Rhode Island senator who is sponsoring a marijuana legalization bill said it is too early in negotiations to commit to specific social equity provisions.

Arizona regulators released draft marijuana social equity business rules, along with a survey about them.

Colorado’s Marijuana Enforcement Division has a new senior director.

New Mexico regulators released the names of people who applied to serve on the Cannabis Regulatory Advisory Committee.

Washington State regulators published updated statistics on the medical cannabis program.

Oregon regulators released an updated list of approved marijuana businesses.

California regulators published tips on starting a marijuana business.


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The Little Rock, Arkansas City Board will consider a proposal to make misdemeanor marijuana offenses the lowest law enforcement and prosecution priority on Tuesday.

The Sonoma County, California district attorney settled a false advertising claim for CBD products with Cannacraft, Inc.

Minneapolis, Minnesota’s mayor tweeted, “The war on drugs was a failure that disproportionately targeted people of color for decades. I applaud the House DFL for bringing legalization and expungement to the floor for the first time in state history. It’s time for the MN Senate GOP to follow suit.”

Denver, Colorado regulators released a location guide for marijuana businesses.

/ INTERNATIONAL

The attorney general of the Bahamas said a revised medical cannabis bill is close to being filed.

New Zealand’s health minister said there are no plans to offer amnesty to people illegally supplying medical cannabis, and a leaked government document says that officials will not even consider expanding the current law to allow more people to qualify as legal patients.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that fibromyalgia “patients have commonly used [medical cannabis], with more than half continuing use. Reported symptom relief was substantial.”

A study found that “CBD does not impact the daily activity of adult dogs, but may exert an antipruritic effect.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

A poll found that Hawaii voters support legalizing marijuana, 43%-42%.

The Republican Party of Louisiana sent an alert asking people to pressure their lawmakers to oppose a marijuana legalization bill expected to get a House vote on Monday.

The Kansas Democratic Party tweeted about the House’s passage of a medical cannabis bill.

The Wall Street Journal looks at the growing number of lobbyists working on marijuana issues.

/ BUSINESS

Maryland NORML filed a complaint with state regulators seeking to revoke licenses of Culta, LLC for allegedly violating advertising guidelines.

Cronos Group Inc. reported quarterly net revenue of $12.6 million and an adjusted EBITDA loss of $37.1 million.

A federal judge ruled in favor of Nerds maker Ferrara Candy Co.’s trademark infringement lawsuit against Tops Cannabis for its Medicated Nerds Rope product.

Holistic Industries plans to open Michigan’s first marijuana social consumption lounge.

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Elon Musk joked about smoking marijuana on Joe rogan’s podcast during his Saturday Night Live monologue.

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AL & KS approve medical cannabis bills (Newsletter: May 7, 2021)

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TX House passes psychedelics research bill; WI lawmakers kill gov’s marijuana plan; Lawmakers want protections for colleges studying cannabis

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Alabama lawmakers sent Gov. Kay Ivey (R) a bill to legalize medical cannabis.

The Kansas House of Representatives passed a bill to legalize medical cannabis. Gov. Laura Kelly (D) supports medical marijuana but it will now have to go through the Senate to get her desk, and time is short in the session.

The Texas House of Representatives passed a bill requiring the state to study the benefits of psychedelics like psilocybin and MDMA for military veterans with PTSD. It now heads to the Senate.

The Republican-led Joint Finance Committee of the Wisconsin legislature voted to strip Gov. Tony Evers’s (D) marijuana legalization and medical cannabis provisions from the budget.

A bipartisan group of lawmakers led by Reps. Joe Neguse (D-CO) and Kelly Armstrong (R-ND) are calling on congressional leaders to include a rider protecting universities from losing funding for researching marijuana in an upcoming spending bill.

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The Drug Enforcement Administration published annual data on its marijuana eradication efforts.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) tweeted, “Legislators in New York not only legalized marijuana—but also ensured restorative justice for those harmed by the War on Drugs. This is a model for how we should deal with this issue in Congress. I will keep working to end the federal marijuana prohibition.”

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) touted his work to legalize hemp.

A spokesperson for Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) said, amid reports that a federal investigation is looking into his work on cannabis legislation, that he “has never accepted a gift or any other thing of value in exchange for his work on marijuana policy.”

Former Rep. Jill Long Thompson (D-IN) published an op-ed calling for the establishment of a national commission to examine marijuana issues.

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Georgia’s  lieutenant governor appointed members to the Medical Cannabis Commission Oversight Committee.

Virginia’s attorney general touted successful marijuana reforms in his annual report.

A South Carolina senator said there is an agreement to debate and pass his medical cannabis bill in January.

The Massachusetts legislature’s Joint Committee on Cannabis Policy will hold a hearing on several marijuana bills on Tuesday.

Colorado Senate Republicans congratulated a lawmaker for passing legislation to increase medical cannabis access in schools.

New Mexico regulators said they will stop charging sales taxes on some medical cannabis purchases, but that purchase limits and plant counts won’t immediately increase.

A Missouri appeals court heard arguments on whether regulators should let a rejected medical cannabis business license applicant access their full archive of applications.

Washington State regulators will host a listen and learn session about draft conceptual rules for background checks on cannabis applicants or licensees on Thursday.


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Former Calexico, California officials were sentenced to two years in federal prison for taking bribes in exchange for “guaranteeing” a permit for a cannabis business.

/ INTERNATIONAL

The European Commission added cannabigerol as an approved ingredient in cosmetics and skin care products.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that “cannabis, mostly oil products, was used by one-fifth of children with cancer during or after the completion of cancer treatment.”

A study “showed that participants felt more awe in response to videos representing funny animals and moving objects in the [psilocybin] microdosing compared to the placebo condition.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The Wisconsin Democratic Party is selling marijuana-themed merch.

/ BUSINESS

Innovative Industrial Properties, Inc. reported quarterly revenue of $42.9 million.

Illinois dispensaries sold more than $35 million worth of medical cannabis in April.

/ CULTURE

Family Feud had a question about confusing marijuana with other objects.

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