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Cannabis banking bill would save gov’t money, CBO says (Newsletter: May 27, 2019)

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Lawmakers work on SBA help for marijuana biz; VA cannabis research catch-22 called out; Spray marijuana mist to solve nuclear crisis?

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The Congressional Budget Office issued a score for the marijuana banking bill that’s expected to hit the House floor soon. By 2029, banks and credit unions would see deposits jump by $2.1 billion and $350 million, respectively, CBO estimated. The office also projected that the measure would end up saving the government money after some initial implementation costs.

Members of Congress are working on legislation to remove barriers to Small Business Administration assistance for the marijuana industry. Sen. Jacky Rosen (D-NV) pressed an SBA official on the issue at a recent hearing.

At a House Armed Services Committee hearing, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) criticized Department of Veterans Affairs officials for effectively blocking participation in research that can demonstrate medical cannabis’s benefits for military veterans.

A C-SPAN caller had a novel idea for using cannabis to solve the nuclear crisis.

  • “We could spray a marijuana-Prozac or peace-happy-friendly chemical mist over sites in Iran and North Korea, where they’re working to produce nuclear weapons. And the mist would cause the workers…to chill out.”

/ FEDERAL

The Department of Justice carried out large-scale cannabis enforcement actions in Colorado, with the state’s U.S. attorney saying the state “has become the epicenter of black market marijuana in the United States” and a Drug Enforcement Administration special agent adding, “Unfortunately Colorado is no longer known for its beautiful mountains and scenery. Now it is known for marijuana and other illegal manufacturing and distribution of controlled substances.”

Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D-CO) tweeted, “Federal banking laws were designed to prevent illicit activity & help law enforcement do their jobs. These laws need to be applied to legitimate marijuana businesses to improve transparency, accountability.”

The House bill to deschedule marijuana and provide funding for expungements got three new cosponsors, for a total of 35.

/ STATES

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds (R) vetoed a bill to expand the state’s limited CBD medical cannabis program.

Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor tweeted about public support for medical cannabis as an opioid alternative.

Texas lawmakers took final action on a medical cannabis expansion bill, sending it to the desk of Gov. Greg Abbott (R).

Nebraska lawmakers passed a hemp bill.

Nevada lawmakers approved legislation to streamline the process for sealing marijuana convictions. Meanwhile, the Assembly Judiciary Committee removed language from a pending bill that would have allowed counties to issue licenses for cannabis social consumption areas. Separately, court hearings in a case challenging the state’s marijuana license awarding process got underway.

Alabama representatives are likley to amend a Senate-passed medical cannabis bill to focus on studying the issue instead of legalizing access.

New York lawmakers filed a revised marijuana legalization bill.

Missouri regulators released final medical cannabis regulations.


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/ LOCAL

Yakima County, Washington’s prosecuting attorney is opposed to vacating prior marijuana convictions.

/ INTERNATIONAL

South Africa’s government descheduled CBD.

Norway’s sovereign wealth fund reversed a decision to invest in the marijuana industry.

The Barbados government approved the importation of cannabis-based medicines.

/ ADVOCACY

The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies issued a statement disclosing an improper sexual relationship between a therapist and a patient in one of its clinical trials.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study of the relationship between opioid use disorder and cannabis use disorder found that “the group with co-occurring OUD and CUD was associated with a lower number of opioid prescriptions, but higher likelihood of inpatient psychiatric admission.”

A study of mice found that “animals fed with cannabis-diet displayed significantly reduced anxiety but statistically insignificant locomotory function, exploratory tendencies and neophilia, in a quantity dependent manner relative to the controls” and that “ingestion of whole cannabis plants may not adversely influence neuro-behavioural patterns in animals.”

/ OPINION & ANALYSIS

The Star-Ledger editorial board bemoaned the shuttering of the Drug Policy Alliance’s New Jersey office.

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Tom Angell is the editor of Marijuana Moment. A 20-year veteran in the cannabis law reform movement, he covers the policy and politics of marijuana. Separately, he founded the nonprofit Marijuana Majority. Previously he reported for Marijuana.com and MassRoots, and handled media relations and campaigns for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition and Students for Sensible Drug Policy. (Organization citations are for identification only and do not constitute an endorsement or partnership.)

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Kentucky House votes to legalize medical cannabis (Newsletter: February 21, 2020)

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NH House OKs legal marijuana; NY gov to tour legal states; Doctors: cannabis caused painful erections; NFL deal; USDA hemp plan approval

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The Kentucky House of Representatives approved a bill to legalize medical cannabis.

The New Hampshire House of Representatives approved a bill to legalize marijuana possession and home cultivation.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said he will visit states that have already legalized marijuana to learn about their programs.

  • “I now want to literally go to California, Illinois, Massachusetts [and] sit with them. What was your plan? How did it work out? What did you learn? What can we incorporate?”

The NFL Players Association circulated a document outlining a proposed collective bargaining agreement approved by team owners that includes an end to game suspensions for marijuana, a testing window of just two weeks instead of the current four months and a higher THC threshold for positive tests.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture approved hemp plans from Washington State, Wyoming and several Indian tribes.

A new case study suggests marijuana was the cause of one man’s painful, unwanted 12-hour erection.

  • “The abstinence and subsequent use of cannabis were the only appreciable factors in this patient’s battle with recurrent unwanted erections.”

/ FEDERAL

President Trump assembled a team of advisors to recommend and vet candidates for clemency.

A Customs and Border Protection internal guide to dealing with border issues stemming from Canada’s marijuana legalization law was released as a result of a Freedom of Information Act request and related lawsuit.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture included a hemp-focused track at an agricultural outlook forum it is hosting.

Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) spoke about his opposition to legalizing marijuana.

Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) discussed his motivations for focusing on marijuana reform.

Texas Democratic Senate candidate Sema Hernandez tweeted, “Nothing wrong with decriminalizing and legalizing all drugs. Big Pharma wouldn’t know what to do. ✅End The War On Drugs! ✅Repeal The 1994 Crime Act!”

New Jersey Democratic congressional candidate Hector Oseguera tweeted, “Politicians in #NJ08 have an antiquated view of cannabis. I will end the #WarOnDrugs by: ✅Releasing those incarcerated on marijuana charges ✅Expunging convictions ✅ Prioritizing licenses to directly affected communities ✅Restoring voting rights”

/ STATES

New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) signed a bill limiting the medical cannabis program to in-state residents. Here’s a look at how cannabis legislation fared this session.

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) tweeted about how people can apply for expedited pardons for marijuana convictions.

The Idaho Senate Agricultural Affairs Committee approved a hemp bill.

The Arizona House Health and Human Services Committee approved a bill to add opioid use disorder and autism spectrum disorder as medical cannabis qualifying conditions.

The Oklahoma Supreme Court will hear a challenge next week to one proposed marijuana legalization ballot initiative filed by the backer of another measure.

A Michigan court ruled that lying to police can remove one’s protection from being searched based on the smell of marijuana.

California regulators issued proposed rules for appellations of origin for marijuana.

Louisiana regulators began issuing hemp licenses.

Illinois regulators are accepting applications for grants to provide technical assistance to social equity marijuana license applicants.

Montana regulators held a public hearing on proposed medical cannabis rules changes.

Oregon regulators approved marijuana violation stipulated settlement agreements.

Colorado’s Retail Marijuana Public Health Advisory Committee will hold a public meeting on Monday.


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/ LOCAL

The Morgantown, West Virginia City Council approved a proposal to let police issue fines instead of making arrests for low-level marijuana possession.

/ INTERNATIONAL

A Canadian government report concluded that while marijuana use among adults has increased since legalization, cannabis consumption by 15-17 year-olds has declined.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found evidence for “phytocannabinoids as a potential novel pharmacological tool to regain control of functional adipose tissue in unregulated energy homeostasis often occurring in metabolic disorders including type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), aging and lipodystrophy.”

A study found that “people with [sickle cell disease] with more severe pain crisis are more likely to use daily cannabis, yet have lower rates of hospital admission and ER use as compared with others with similar disease severity and pain impact.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

A poll of New Zealand adults found that they initially support a marijuana legalization referendum, 46%-44%, and that support rises to 50%-42% when they are given details about the proposal.

A poll found that Florida voters support legalizing marijuana, 64%-34%.

Prohibitionist organization Smart Approaches to Marijuana launched a new initiative aimed at convincing localities to ban marijuana businesses or place restrictions on advertising and zoning.

/ BUSINESS

Hightimes Holding Corp. received regulatory approval to begin trading shares.

Charlotte’s Web Holdings, Inc. announced that its CBD pet supplements will carry seals of approval from the National Animal Supplement Council and the U.S. Hemp Authority.

/ CULTURE

TV host Kelly Ripa said she uses CBD as a sleep aid.

System of a Down bassist Shavo Odadjian is launching a marijuana brand.

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Alabama lawmakers vote to legalize medical cannabis (Newsletter: February 20, 2020)

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Trump campaign spox: keep marijuana illegal; VA decrim moves toward gov’s desk; DC psychedelics decrim language approved; USDA: hemp market growing

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The director of strategic communications for President Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign said in an interview that marijuana needs to be “kept illegal.”

  • “I know many states have taken a different path… That is the federal policy.”

The Alabama Senate Judiciary Committee approved a bill to legalize medical cannabis.

Virginia House and Senate committees amended and approved versions of marijuana decriminalization legislation passed by the other chamber. Some differences have been resolved in an effort to avoid having to send the legislation to a bicameral conference committee prior to it arriving on the desk of supportive Gov. Ralph Northam (D).

The Washington, D.C. Board of Elections unanimously approved ballot language for a measure to decriminalize psychedelics like psilocybin and ayahuasca. Next comes a public challenge period prior to final approval and signature gathering.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture published a report that highlights the significant growth of the hemp industry but says some challenges remain.

  • “Global production was small and relatively stable until the recent worldwide interest in CBD oil.”

/ FEDERAL

The U.S. Department of Agriculture published a report looking at hemp policy in the Philippines.

National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health Deputy Director David Shurtleff tweeted, “Our Center is interested in supporting research grant applications to study minor cannabinoids and terpenes in the cannabis plant as they relate to pain and nociception.”

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), a presidential candidate, tweeted, “Donald Trump has no problem pardoning white collar criminals. Meanwhile, hundreds of thousands of Black and Brown Americans are sitting in jail because of marijuana convictions or because they can’t afford bail. That injustice is what we’re going to end.”

Sens. Kamala Harris (D-CA) and Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) filed a bill that include provisions to remediate lands damaged by illegal marijuana cultivation.

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) tweeted about efforts to expunge cannabis records, saying, “Imagine if we did this for everyone with low-level, marijuana-related convictions. Imagine if the Black and brown people our criminal justice system disproportionately punishes weren’t forced to live with these convictions.”

Rep. Kurt Schrader (D-OR) tweeted about discussing “obstacles local farmers have been facing while growing hemp” with an economic development group.

Texas Democratic Senate candidates discussed marijuana legalization during a debate.

Illinois Democratic congressional candidate Sarah Gad wants to “establish a dispensary tax used towards reparations/restitution for persons convicted of and imprisoned for marijuana-related offenses.”

/ STATES

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said that legalizing marijuana is a “top priority” for him and that he will “give it my all to get it done in the budget.”

Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker (D) spoke about marijuana legalization in his budget address, saying, “Here’s another responsible step we’re taking together: Last year we worked on a bipartisan basis to pass a new source of general funds revenue and create tens of thousands of jobs with the legalization of adult-use cannabis. With a successful first month of sales under our belt, I can conservatively project that adult-use cannabis sales will generate at least $46 million in revenue for our general fund in the coming fiscal year, of which $10 million will go directly to pay down our bill backlog.” He also proposed using marijuana revenue to fund mental health care and addiction treatment.

Michigan’s lieutenant governor signed bills on marijuana packaging warning labels and information pamphlets. Separately, the state’s medical cannabis patient database malfunctioned, halting sales. Also, regulators are facing a likely lawsuit aimed at forcing Detroit to allow recreational marijuana businesses.

The Iowa Senate Judiciary Committee and House Public Safety Committee approved legislation to increase potency limits in the state’s limited medical cannabis program.

The West Virginia Senate Judiciary Committee approved a bill to add new forms of acceptable medical cannabis and expand the number of dispensaries. Separately, regulators received 285 medical marijuana business license applications.

The Colorado House Business Affairs and Labor Committee defeated a bill to shield workers from being punished for using marijuana in their personal time.

The South Carolina House Health and Environmental Affairs Subcommittee held a hearing on medical cannabis legislation.

The Kansas House Corrections and Juvenile Justice Committee held a hearing on a bill to defelonize marijuana possession.

The Missouri House Special Committee on Government Oversight continued to press regulators about their medical cannabis business licensing process in another hearing.

North Dakota’s top medical cannabis regulators said patient registration counts have grown much faster than anticipated.

Oregon regulators will consider marijuana violation stipulated settlement agreements on Thursday.

Arizona representatives filed a bill to limit medical cannabis products to 2% THC content.


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/ LOCAL

Hillsborough County, Florida commissioners unanimously approved a marijuana decriminalization proposal.

/ INTERNATIONAL

Bermuda Premier David Burt tweeted that he was surprised no one asked him a marijuana question at a public forum.

A majority of German lawmakers in Parliament now represent parties that support marijuana reform.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A case study showed that “upon treatment with CBD and cessation of the antidepressant medication, the patient improved regarding depressive as well as anxiety symptoms including simple phobias and symptoms of paranoia and dissociation” and that “the patient quit abusing illegal drugs including THC without showing withdrawal symptoms.”

A study found that “dronabinol reduces opioid consumption following traumatic injury” and that “the opioid-sparing effect of dronabinol may be greater in patients who are marijuana users.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

A Boston Globe reporter dropped out of a panel he was scheduled to speak on at a National Cannabis Industry Association conference in protest of the group holding a summit with current and former federal officials that was closed to the press. Another reporter, from the Boston Business Journal, was kicked out of the summit.

The Detroit News editorial board is calling on Michigan officials to stop making rules for marijuana businesses so complicated.

/ BUSINESS

Clarity Cannabis budtenders voted to join UFCW 1518, becoming the first marijuana workers at a private dispensary to unionize in Canada.

The Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists is hosting a cannabis conference in April.

/ CULTURE

Mixed martial arts fighter Elias Theodorou was granted a therapeutic use exemption to use medical cannabis.

Football player Greg Robinson was reportedly arrested with 157 pounds of marijuana at a Border Patrol checkpoint.

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Bloomberg puts cannabis decrim in new plan (Newsletter: February 19, 2020)

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Feds won’t CBD test workers; MN House leader to file legal marijuana bill soon; Poll: VT legal sales support; CO cannabis funds for roads & safety

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Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (D), a presidential candidate, released a criminal justice plan that includes decriminalizing marijuana, commuting sentences and expunging records—but does not include legalizing cannabis. It says that decisions on cannabis laws should be left to states “for the moment” and that “further scientific study is required to assess the health effects of marijuana.”

The U.S. Department of Transportation issued a memo saying that workers in safety-sensitive jobs like pilots and bus drivers won’t be tested for CBD but that they should still be wary about consuming such products due to potentially positive drug tests for marijuana.

Minnesota’s House majority leader announced at a rally also attended by the state attorney general that he will be filing a marijuana legalization bill within the next two weeks.

A poll found that 76% of Vermont residents support legalizing marijuana sales. Several House committees have approved a cannabis commercialization bill in recent weeks, and a floor vote is expected in the coming days.

Colorado marijuana business profits and the tax revenue they generate are helping to fund efforts to reduce bullying in schools and clean up highways.

/ FEDERAL

President Trump commuted the sentences of several people, including a woman who has spent the past 12 years in prison for involvement with a marijuana smuggling operation.

The Bureau of Land Management sent a press release celebrating agents who did “outstanding work to end marijuana cultivation on America’s public lands.”

Former Office of National Drug Control Policy Deputy Director Bertha Madras tweeted, “At Logan airport Boston. CNN is showing pro-marijuana infomercial (“Weeds”) with airport filled with children on holiday travel. Shame on producer of daytime programming.”

Rep. Steven Palazzo (R-MS) sent a press release in which the Family Research Council praises him for voting to “reject the increasing acceptance of marijuana use,” among other things.

Rep. Denver Riggleman (R-VA) tweeted, “While Democrats like @MikeBloomberg talk down to farmers and blue-collar workers, the original entrepreneurs of this country, I’ve been a champion for #VA05 farmers. I’ve worked hard to promote hemp production in Virginia and pushed to pass the #USMCA, which is a win for America!”

Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) tweeted, “Almost 66,000 marijuana convictions will be dismissed in Los Angeles — the largest effort in California’s history. Imagine the positive change we could create in people’s lives by ending marijuana prohibition and expunging prior offenses nationwide.”

New York Democratic congressional candidate Melquiades Gagarin tweeted, “I support ending the war on drugs because I saw first hand the communities struggling through the opioid crisis left to fend for themselves.”

/ STATES

A Rhode Island judge ruled that the state’s Good Samaritan law shields from criminal charges not only the person who calls for help in a potential drug overdose situation, but also the person who is experiencing the medical emergency.

The Georgia House Agriculture Committee approved a bill to make it a crime to transport hemp without accompanying paperwork showing it was legally produced in accordance with a license.

The Utah Senate Health and Human Services Committee approved a bill to revise medical cannabis regulations.

The Oklahoma House Rules Committee advanced several marijuana regulatory reform bills, including one that would allow delivery services.

The Connecticut House Progressive Caucus included marijuana legalization in its 2020 priorities.

The Maine legislature’s Judiciary Committee held a hearing on a bill to let people expunge records for certain minor non-violent crimes including marijuana possession.

The Colorado House Business Affairs and Labor Committee will hold a Wednesday hearing on a bill to prevent employees from being fired for using state-legal marijuana outside of work.

Florida regulators issued complaints against two doctors for allegedly improperly issuing medical cannabis recommendations.

Michigan regulators published an advisory bulletin about participation by marijuana businesses in temporary events.

A Pennsylvania representative held a press conference to tout his new marijuana legalization bill.


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Kansas City, Missouri’s mayor began accepting applications from people requesting pardons for past marijuana possession convictions.

The Hillsborough, Florida County Commission is expected to vote on a marijuana decriminalization proposal on Wednesday.

Denver, Colorado officials are extending the window to participate in a survey on cannabis business and employment opportunity.

/ INTERNATIONAL

A top Mexican senator spoke about how lawmakers are working to achieve consensus on marijuana legalization legislation.

The prices of marijuana extracts vary wildly between Canadian provinces.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study concluded that “THC and CBD inhibited the proliferation and expression of [endothelial growth factor receptor] in the lung cancer cells studied.”

A review concluded that “in addition to potential cannabis-related dermal exposures, ergonomic stressors, and psychosocial issues, the studies found employees in cultivation, harvesting, and processing facilities could potentially be exposed to allergens and respiratory hazards through inhalation of organic dusts (including fungus, bacteria, and endotoxin) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as diacetyl and 2,3-pentanedione” and that “these hazards were most evident during the decarboxylation and grinding of dried cannabis material, where elevated job-specific concentrations of VOCs and endotoxin were generated.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

A poll found that New Zealanders oppose a marijuana legalization referendum, 39%-48%.

A poll found that Canadian adults oppose decriminalizing drug possession, 53%-47%, and oppose decriminalizing drug use, 64%-36%.

A group of Connecticut clergy held a press conference to build support for marijuana legalization.

/ BUSINESS

Colorado retailers sold $1.75 billion worth of recreational and medical marijuana products in 2019.

/ CULTURE

Former wrestler Kevin Nash joined CBD company No Borders Naturals as a brand ambassador and spokesman.

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