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Black Virginia lawmakers push legal cannabis in summer session (Newsletter: June 26, 2020)

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DOJ clears Barr in marijuana investigation scandal; WA drug decrim pivots from ballot to legislature; NJ allows medical cannabis deliveries

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A Justice Department Office of Professional Responsibility memo concluded that no rules were violated when Attorney General William Barr allegedly directed investigations of marijuana company mergers, but another probe of the matter by the Department’s inspector general’s office is still ongoing.

  • “The cannabis industry provided a unique challenge to federal and state regulators alike, and it was reasonable for ATR to seek additional information from the industry through its Second Request process… Furthermore, the internal memoranda recommending the closure of the investigations reflect that ATR staff conducted a significant amount of analysis regarding the competitive impact of the proposed mergers, and often explained how the actions of state regulators offset any competitive concerns.”

The Virginia Legislative Black Caucus is calling on colleagues to approve a marijuana legalization bill in the upcoming special session this summer.

Washington State activists behind a measure to decriminalize drugs and use marijuana tax revenue to fund expanded treatment services are giving up on an effort to put the initiative on the November ballot and will instead push lawmakers to enact it in the 2021 session.

New Jersey’s Department of Health issued a waiver allowing medical cannabis dispensaries to launch delivery services. This comes as a referendum vote on legalizing recreational marijuana looms in November.

/ FEDERAL

The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a request from Ohio marijuana activists who wanted to ease signature gathering requirements to qualify local decriminalization ballot measures.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Business-Cooperative Service said that licensed hemp businesses are eligible for its Socially-Disadvantaged Groups Grant program.

The Small Business Administration scaled back restrictions on coronavirus fund eligibility for people with criminal records.

Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) called on Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) to get President Trump to follow through on his alleged pledge to support marijuana reform legislation.

Reps. Barbara Lee (D-CA) and Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) are hosting a virtual discussion on marijuana policy on Monday.

Rep. Madeleine Dean (D-PA) said that Attorney General William Barr’s alleged direction of investigations into marijuana company mergers is wrong and against the law.

The House bill to deschedule marijuana and fund programs to repair the harms of the drug war got one new cosponsor for a total of 75.

California Democratic congressional candidate Sara Jacobs said we “need to make sure that tax money derived from legal cannabis sales go back to rebuilding communities that have been devastated by the War on Drugs, and that we pardon all those who are in the criminal justice system due to non-violent marijuana-related offenses that would now be considered legal.”

/ STATES

Colorado’s attorney general tweeted, “Crimes at #cannabis businesses are often driven by the fact that so many of them are all cash businesses. That’s why we led a coalition of State AGs to support @RepPerlmutter’s work on the #SAFEBanking Act, allowing such companies access to safe banking.”

South Dakota activists are ramping up plans to campaign for marijuana legalization and medical cannabis ballot measures.

New Mexico regulators adopted new rules for several areas of the state’s medical cannabis program.

Washington State regulators proposed rules on which persons or entities have to qualify for marijuana licenses.

Pennsylvania regulators announced that the state’s medical cannabis program has now exceeded five million dispensing events.

Louisiana regulators announced that the state’s first batch on industrial hemp has been tested.

Virginia regulators criticized the Food and Drug Administration for not moving more quickly to regulate CBD products.

A Michigan representative filed legislation to prevent regulators from blocking marijuana businesses from donating money to nonprofits or sponsoring substance misuse prevention programs.


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Santa Cruz County, California’s district attorney is petitioning local courts to reduce, dismiss or seal a total of 1,169 marijuana cases involving 1,085 defendants.

New York City police accused of planting marijuana in a car were later filmed with what appears to be cannabis on the floor of their patrol vehicle.

/ INTERNATIONAL

The United Nations World Drug Report expresses concerns about states and countries that have moved to legalize marijuana.

Mexican activists withdrew cases on the right to use cocaine because they were concerned that draft Supreme Court opinions did not adequately address their concerns.

Dutch cannabis coffeeshops will be allowed to reopen on July 1 following a coronavirus-imposed shutdown.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A review concluded that “CBD demonstrates remarkable potential to become a supplemental therapy in various neurological conditions” and that it “has shown promise in the treatment of neurological disorders such as anxiety, chronic pain, trigeminal neuralgia, epilepsy, and essential tremors as well as psychiatric disorders.”

A review concluded that “psilocybin does decrease depressive symptoms, even long-lastingly, with only transient mild side effects being fairly common.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

Researcher and marijuana legalization advocate Lester Grinspoon died at 92.

The National Consumers League issued a white paper warning about CBD companies leveraging the reputations of academic medical centers.

/ BUSINESS

Canopy Growth Corporation and Acreage Holdings, Inc. revised the terms of the agreement under which the former company will acquire the latter when marijuana becomes federally legal in the U.S., and Acreage’s CEO announced he is resigning.

Acreage Holdings, Inc. reported quarterly revenue of $24.2 million and a net loss attributable to Acreage of $172 million.

General Cannabis Corp.’s executive chairman of the board stepped down.

Workers at a Cresco Labs dispensary in Chicago, Illinois voted to join the United Food & Commercial Workers union. Separately, the company has a new chief financial officer.

/ CULTURE

The National Cannabis Festival is postponing its September event due to the coronavirus pandemic and is now aiming for April 2021.

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VT gov may veto cannabis sales bill (Newsletter: October 1, 2020)

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CA gov signs marijuana banking & labelling bills; NJ gov campaigns for legalization referendum; AZ polls show differing ballot results

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The fate of a bill to legalize marijuana sales in Vermont is in question after Gov. Phil Scott (R) cited new racial justice and equity concerns during a debate.

  • “In terms of the pot bill, I haven’t made up my mind about that. I have received a lot of groups—racial equity groups—that are asking me to veto it. I was leaning towards letting it go, but I’m really questioning that at this point. I want to hear and listen from them.”

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) sent an email blast urging voters to support the marijuana legalization referendum on the November ballot.

  • “Black residents are 3.5 times more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession than White residents. Legalization would right those wrongs while also spurring massive economic development opportunities, job creation, and new tax revenue.”

One day after a poll showed Arizona’s marijuana legalization measure virtually tied, the cannabis campaign shared a separate newly conducted internal survey finding the measure ahead, 57%-38%. They also say the other poll boosted fundraising bigtime.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) signed bills on marijuana banking and to create a system of labeling for cannabis appellations of origin. He also acted on marijuana testing legislation, signing two proposals and vetoing one.

/ FEDERAL

The Senate sent President Trump a short-term funding bill, which he signed, that continues state medical cannabis protections through December 11 and extends the hemp pilot program for another year.

The Drug Enforcement Administration proposed rules on hearing procedures for revoking registrations to handle controlled substances.

Rep. Michael Waltz (R-FL) tweeted, “Speaker Pelosi & House Dems’ latest bill is riddled with flaws. Their “skinny” $2T bill mentions the word ‘cannabis’ more than ‘jobs’ & includes legislation to:  ❌ Defund police ❌ Give illegal immigrants stimulus checks ❌ Bail out Planned Parenthood with PPP funds”

The House bill to require the Food and Drug Administration to allow CBD as a dietary supplement got two new cosponsors for a total of five.

Texas Democratic congressional candidate Russell Foster tweeted, during the presidential debate, “Tonight is the reason we need to Legalize Cannabis & #LegalizeIt this minute!”

/ STATES

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) tweeted, “Other states are pushing to legalize adult-use marijuana. Tell your legislator: Let’s legalize in Pennsylvania and keep those profits here, in our own backyard.”

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said that people who use illegal drugs in public deserve to be arrested.

Mississippi’s secretary of state host the first in a series of public hearings on the state’s medical cannabis ballot measures.

The Connecticut House of Representatives approved a bill to align the state’s hemp program with federal law.

The Illinois Senate Criminal Law Committee and Special Committee on Public Safety held a hearing on drug penalties.

New Mexico regulators are being sued over medical cannabis reciprocity rules.

Oregon regulators suspended a marijuana testing lab’s license.

Michigan regulators completed a phaseout of allowing products produced by medical cannabis caregivers to be sold in retail marijuana dispensaries.

Maryland medical cannabis regulators will meet on Thursday.


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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern admitted she used cannabis “a long time ago” but continued to refuse to say how she plans to vote on the country’s marijuana legalization referendum.

Brazil’s minister of justice sent a letter to lawmakers criticizing a bill to legalize medical cannabis cultivation.

A UK member of Parliament filed a bill to decriminalize drug possession.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that “unlicensed dispensaries were more likely than licensed dispensaries to sell products in packaging designed to be attractive to children and in non–child-resistant packaging and were more likely allow on-site consumption” and that “licensed dispensaries showed high compliance with regulations, regardless of whether they were in areas of high or low health advantage.”

A case study provided evidence that “a lower than previously reported dose of a phytocannabinoid in the form of a cannabidiol-based extract may be capable of aiding in autism spectrum disorder-related behavioral symptoms, core social communication abilities, and comorbid anxiety, sleep difficulties, and weight control.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

A poll found that New Zealanders oppose the country’s marijuana legalization referendum, 51%-38%.

The American Psychiatric Association opposes Oregon’s ballot measure to legalize psilocybin therapy.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette editorial board says Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) should stop “wasting time” on the “lost cause” of pushing marijuana legalization.

The University of Mississippi Medical Center is opposing the state’s medical cannabis ballot initiative.

/ BUSINESS

MedPharm Holdings announced that it is not moving forward with its planned acquisition by Schwazze, Inc.

Green Growth Brands Inc.’s interim CEO resigned.

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Dems put cannabis banking in another COVID bill (Newsletter: September 30, 2020)

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Where Trump stands on marijuana; MT environmental groups back legal cannabis; MI prosecutor won’t pursue psychedelics cases

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House Democratic leaders again included marijuana banking provisions in their latest coronavirus relief bill after Republican lawmakers slammed cannabis financial services language in the last version. The industry-focused move comes shortly after the chamber delayed a planned vote on an  equity-focused legalization bill.

Marijuana Moment published a comprehensive 4,000-word overview of where President Trump stands on marijuana. While the president, when asked, has consistently voiced support for states’ rights to set their own cannabis laws, his administration has taken a number of hostile, anti-marijuana actions that fall short of a broad federal crackdown.

A coalition of environmental groups—including the Montana Conservation Voters and Montana Wildlife Federation—is endorsing marijuana legalization initiatives on the November ballot. Half of the state’s cannabis tax revenue would be earmarked for conservation efforts under the measures.

  • Interestingly, the marijuana-derived funds would open up access to more matching federal dollars to support public lands.

The soon-to-be Washtenaw County, Michigan prosecutor said he won’t pursue psychedelics possession cases throughout the entire county following the Ann Arbor, Michigan City Council’s vote to decriminalize entheogens.

/ FEDERAL

President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden clashed during their debate over drug use by one of Biden’s sons.

President Trumps’ campaign account tweeted, “Democrats’ New $2.2 Trillion COVID Stimulus Includes The Word ‘Cannabis’ 68 Times — Mentioned More Than Jobs.”

Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) again pledged that a Biden administration would decriminalize marijuana and expunge past records.

Former White House Physician Ronny Jackson echoed President Trump’s assertion that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden could be taking performance-enhancing drugs.

A federal court ruled that a New Jersey podiatrist can’t proceed with a case alleging he was improperly prevented from issuing medical cannabis recommendations based on his being blind, because he wasn’t otherwise qualified to participate.

Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) tweeted, “A reminder as to what House Dems’ actual priorities are…in their newest stimulus package, the word ‘jobs’ appears 7 times, and the word ‘cannabis’ appears 68 times.”

/ STATES

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) tweeted, “Legalize it.”

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu (R) spoke about his opposition to legalizing marijuana and touted his signing a cannabis possession decriminalization bill.

Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor tweeted, “Legal adult-use cannabis is criminal justice reform. Thousands of Pennsylvanians get a criminal record every year for doing something that 1) most of us don’t even think should be illegal and 2) is legal in 11 states and decriminalized in 26 states and D.C. “

Mississippi’s secretary of state will host the first in a series of public hearings on the state’s medical cannabis ballot measures on Wednesday.

Montana marijuana activists commissioned a study that concluded the state will generate $52 million in annual tax revenue by 2026 if legalization ballot measures are approved in November.

The Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled that the summary for a proposed marijuana legalization ballot measure is misleading.

The Nebraska Supreme Court upheld the dismissal of drug dealing charges brought against CBD sellers.

A Missouri House Special Committee on Government Oversight investigation into the state’s medical cannabis program appears to have put its work on hold until at least next year.

Massachusetts regulators are accepting public comment on marijuana delivery rules.

South Carolina regulators released a list of permitted hemp transporters.

Michigan regulators hosted a discussion of hemp issues on a podcast.

Texas regulators published data on the number of physicians approved to recommend low-THC medical cannabis.


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The Appleton, Wisconsin police chief supports lowering the fine for marijuana possession.

The Baltimore, Maryland City Council is considering placing restrictions on hemp farms.

A former Chicago, Illinois mayor cited his efforts to decriminalize marijuana in a blog post about ending the school-to-prison pipeline.

/ INTERNATIONAL

New Zealand regulators extended the transition period during which medical cannabis imports do not need to meet new quality standards.

Three Canadian lawmakers sent a letter pushing the minister of health to grant exemptions letting doctors legally use psilocybin.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study of patients with refractory chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting found that “the addition of oral THC:CBD to standard antiemetics was associated with less nausea and vomiting but additional side-effects” and that “most participants preferred THC:CBD to placebo.”

A study of midlife women veterans found that”use of cannabis for menopause symptom management was common.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

Parents Opposed to Pot cancelled a planned “Victory Rally over Marijuana.”

The Bishops of the Arizona Catholic Conference are speaking out against the state’s marijuana legalization ballot initiative.

The Colorado Springs Gazette editorial board says that marijuana legalization has not been going well.

/ BUSINESS

Acreage Holdings, Inc. secured a $33 million loan and used a portion of it to retire an $11 million debt.

Trym announced a $3.1 million seed round.

ManifestSeven Holdings Corporation will begin trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange on Wednesday.

A recapitalization plan by iAnthus Capital Holdings, Inc. was reportedly dismissed by a judge.

Field Trip Psychedelics Inc. announced that it successfully completed Good Laboratory Practices synthesis of its first molecule in development, FT-104, which is believed to be responsible for psychedelic experiences.

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New NE medical cannabis measure filed after court loss (Newsletter: September 29, 2020)

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3 state lieutenant govs share marijuana advice; AMA campaigns against MS medical cannabis measure; New handbook on how to decriminalize psychedelics

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Nebraska medical cannabis activists—whose measure was removed from November’s ballot by the state Supreme Court because the justices determined it violated the single-subject rule—are filing a new initiative for 2022 that simply states:

  • “Persons in the State of Nebraska shall have the right to cannabis in all its forms for medical purposes.”

Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D) hosted a marijuana chat with Illinois Lt. Gov. Juliana Stratton (D) and Michigan Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist (D), during which the legalization state officials gave advice on how to navigate cannabis legislation—including a focus on social equity.

The American Medical Association is partnering with the Mississippi State Medical Association to urge the state’s voters to reject a medical cannabis initiative on the November ballot.

The psychedelics reform group Decriminalize Nature released a 123-page guidebook for how to enact local laws lessening the criminalization of entheogens. It includes model legislation, press release templates and sample educational emails to send to lawmakers.

/ FEDERAL

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s campaign rejected President Trump’s call to take a drug test before the debates, saying the Democrat “intends to deliver his debate answers in words. If the president thinks his best case is made in urine he can have at it.” Trump responded, “Joe Biden just announced that he will not agree to a Drug Test. Gee, I wonder why?”

A federal judge ruled that workers in Pennsylvania can sue employers for alleged discrimination against their use of medical cannabis.

The Internal Revenue Service filed a brief asking the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit to dismiss a case from Harborside Health Center appealing a ruling on the 280E tax provision.

Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) and four cosponsors filed a resolution that includes a provision criticizing the imprisonment of the Philippine vice president over her advocacy against that nation’s bloody “war on drugs.”

Rep. Angie Craig (D-MN) filed a federal lawsuit seeking to overturn the state’s cancellation of the November election for her seat that was triggered by the death of the Legalize Marijuana Now Party’s candidate.

Maryland Democratic congressional candidate Mia Mason is hosting a series of four webinars to discuss marijuana reform issues.

/ STATES

Michigan’s attorney general opened an investigation into a group that allegedly misled voters into signing ballot petitions for a measure to reduce the governor’s powers by telling them it was for medical cannabis or other issues.

Texas’s agriculture commissioner toured a hemp farm.

The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands proposed an expansion of the state’s hemp pilot program.

Utah’s top medical cannabis regulator said patient enrollment is exceeding all expectations.

California regulators published information on how marijuana farmers can get access to disaster relief.

Rhode Island regulators published an annual report on the state’s medical cannabis program.

Maine regulators published guidance on marijuana business expense tax deductions.

New York regulators published information about hemp grower reporting requirements.

Ohio regulators are being sued over failure to act on a medical cannabis cultivation license application.

Wisconsin regulators posted an update on implementation of the state’s hemp program.

Colorado regulators published average market rates for marijuana.


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/ LOCAL

San Francisco. California’s Cannabis Oversight Committee has several vacancies.

Kansas City, Missouri’s mayor tweeted about how the state is “missing out” on “how cannabis-related tax revenues have helped fill budget gaps” in other places.

/ INTERNATIONAL

Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark is part of a new poster campaign in favor of the country’s marijuana legalization referendum.

A New South Wales, Australia lawmaker is pushing to decriminalize marijuana.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A review of studies on the impact of drug decriminalization policies found that “legal reform was most often not associated with changes in use.”

A study will examine the efficacy of CBD and cannabis for treating anxiety aggravated by the coronavirus pandemic.

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

A poll found that Pennsylvania voters support legalizing marijuana, 58%-35%.

Drug policy reform funder David Bronner published a post explaining his decision to no longer financially support Decriminalize Nature’s national leadership.

Prohibitionist organization Smart Approaches to Marijuana released a report purporting to show that legalization has not gone well in states that have enacted it.

/ BUSINESS

GW Pharmaceuticals and General Nutrition Centers both met separately with White House Office of Management and Budgets officials to discuss CBD regulatory issues.

Aurora Cannabis Inc. announced that its senior advisor resigned.

Acreage Holdings, Inc.  announced the opening of its first marijuana dispensary in downtown Chicago, Illinois.

/ CULTURE

A new documentary shows how former basketball player Lamar Odom therapeutically used psychedelics.

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