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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.

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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.

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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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CT gov says cannabis could go to ballot (Newsletter: April 9, 2021)

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Mexico could get another marijuana delay; TX medical cannabis expansion advances; ME drug decrim bill; DE biz boycotted for opposing legalization

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Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont (D) said that if lawmakers fail to pass a marijuana legalization bill, he expects the issue will “probably end up in a referendum” for voters to decide on the ballot.

  • “Marijuana is sort of interesting to me. When it goes to a vote of the people through some sort of a referendum, it passes overwhelmingly. When it goes through a legislature and a lot of telephone calls are made, it’s slim or doesn’t pass.”

The Mexican Senate majority leader indicated that lawmakers are likely to request yet another marijuana legalization deadline extension from the nation’s Supreme Court. The current deadline is the end of this month, but senators say the Chamber of Deputies inserted inconsistencies into the bill.

The Texas House Public Health Committee approved a bill to expand the state’s limited medical cannabis program by adding new qualifying conditions and increasing the allowable THC potency limit.

Maine lawmakers filed a bill to decriminalize possession of all drugs.

Delaware marijuana activists are staging a boycott of four medical cannabis companies that testified against an adult-use legalization bill that cleared a House committee last month.

/ FEDERAL

The U.S. Sentencing Commission released annual data on federal criminal cases, including those for drug offenses.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) tweeted, “The War on Drugs has been a war on people—particularly people of color. New York took an important step to address its harms. And I’m working in the Senate to end the federal prohibition on marijuana and to repair the damage done by the War on Drugs.”

Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D-CO) said he expects his marijuana banking bill to be enacted this Congress.

Rep. Jennifer Wexton (D-VA) tweeted, “The Virginia General Assembly took historic action today to legalize marijuana beginning on July 1.”

Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) tweeted, “Legalizing cannabis, expunging records for nonviolent crimes, and investing in Black and brown entrepreneurs in the cannabis industry is the right thing to do.”

/ STATES

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) announced that the Cannabis Regulatory Commission launched its social media accounts and will hold its first meeting on Monday.

Florida’s agriculture commissioner sent a press release about April being National Cannabis Awareness Month.

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

Idaho lawmakers sent a hemp legalization bill to the desk of Gov. Brad Little (R).

The Oklahoma House Alcohol, Tobacco and Controlled Substances Committee approved a bill to increase penalties for diverting medical cannabis to the illegal market.

The North Carolina Senate Rules Committee chairman is sponsoring a medical cannabis bill.

The Maine Supreme Court held oral arguments in a case challenging regulators’ decision not to enforce residency requirements for marijuana business owners.

A North Dakota activist spoke about plans to draft a proposed marijuana legalization measure for the 2022 ballot.

The New Mexico Department of Public Safety said that more than 150,000 people will be eligible to have their prior marijuana records expunged under legislation that Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) is expected to sign.

Illinois officials are accepting nominations for people to serve on the Cannabis Equity Commission.

Utah regulators want to hire a consultant to help decide how to award a new medical cannabis dispensary license.

Wisconsin regulators said the state will continue to operate under the federal 2014 hemp pilot program for the rest of the year and that they plan to publish an emergency rule by next month.

A former Massachusetts regulator coauthored an op-ed expressing concerns about big tobacco companies seeking to enter the marijuana industry.

Vermont regulators are hosting a hemp webinar on Monday.


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Nassau County, New York’s district attorney moved to dismiss hundreds of marijuana cases.

The New York City Police Department sent a memo reminding officers that they still can’t use marijuana.

/ INTERNATIONAL

The Japanese consulate in New York issued a warning to the nation’s citizens not to use marijuana even in places where it is legal under state law.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A federally funded study found that “THC levels in biofluids were not reliable indicators of marijuana intoxication.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The Montana Democratic Party tweeted, “Republicans continue to demonstrate their distrust of MT voters. This week we discussed amendments to the recreational marijuana bill to reflect the will of the voters. But Republicans have overburdened the bill, going directly against election results.”

The South Dakota Democratic Party tweeted about a state Supreme Court case on the fate of the voter-approved marijuana legalization measure.

/ BUSINESS

Canopy Growth Corporation is acquiring The Supreme Cannabis Company, Inc.

PepsiCo launched a hemp-infused Rockstar Energy drink in Germany.

KushCo Holdings, Inc. reported quarterly revenue of $32.9 million and a net loss of $5 million.

Trulieve Cannabis Corp. is offering C$250 million worth of shares.

/ CULTURE

Jimmy Fallon made fun of Lake Superior State University’s cannabis chemistry scholarship program.

Golfer Patrick Reed signed a sponsorship deal with cbdMD.

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VA is officially legalizing cannabis in July (Newsletter: April 8, 2021)

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AL medical marijuana bill advances; SC senator will block other bills for medical cannabis vote; TX lawmakers hear marijuana & hemp bills

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The Virginia House of Delegates and Senate approved Gov. Ralph Northam’s (D) amendment to launch the legalization of marijuana this summer instead of in 2024.

The Alabama House Judiciary Committee amended and approved a medical cannabis bill that has already passed the full Senate.

A South Carolina senator said that if other lawmakers block his medical cannabis legislation from getting a floor vote, he will personally hold up “every single other bill on this calendar” and bring the legislative process to a halt.

Texas lawmakers are considering several marijuana decriminalization, medical cannabis expansion and hemp reform bills at committee hearings this week

/ FEDERAL

The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau has reportedly been holding meetings with marijuana advocacy groups.

The federal sex trafficking investigation into Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) reportedly involves a trip he took to the Bahamas with Medical Marijuana Physicians Association cofounder and board chair Jason Pirozzolo.

Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-VA) tweeted, “The Virginia General Assembly just voted to finalize the legalization of marijuana, making us the first former Confederate state to do so. Last month, we became the first state in the South to abolish the death penalty.  Don’t let anybody tell you progress isn’t possible.” He also tweeted, “Another big progressive win here in Virginia. I hope my colleagues in the House and Senate will join me in supporting the MORE Act to legalize marijuana nationwide.”

Rep. Don Beyer (D-VA) tweeted, “Marijuana was illegal even for medical use in Virginia when @GovernorVA took office. The General Assembly’s votes today mean it will be fully legalized this July. It’s a big step forward on criminal justice reform for the Commonwealth, and a major accomplishment for the Governor.”

Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) tweeted, “Cannabis should be legal and records should be expunged. It’s time for Congress to catch up.”

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New York Gov, Andrew Cuomo (D) said the new marijuana legalization law is a “big, big progressive score” for the state. He also tweeted, “Legalizing recreational cannabis will help us rebuild and renew New York by: ✅Reinvesting in communities hurt the most by the failed prohibition of marijuana ✅Creating new jobs & new businesses  ✅Raising $350 million a year for education & more.”

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) is asking lawmakers for $4 million to support lab testing of medical cannabis.

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) spoke about how she wants lawmakers to address medical cannabis during a June special session. Separately, the state Supreme Court scheduled oral arguments in a case on the fate of the state’s voter-approved marijuana legalization law for April 28.

Virginia’s attorney general tweeted, “It is time we legalize marijuana and we expedite cannabis reforms because of the negative impact current marijuana legislation has on Black and brown Virginians. I am proud of the progress we have made but there is still more work that needs to get done before full legalization.”

Coordinators of the signature drive for a Nebraska campaign to legalize medical cannabis are being sued by donors over alleged campaign finance missteps.

The Oklahoma House Common Education Committee approved legislation to allow charter schools to receive medical cannabis tax revenue.

North Carolina lawmakers filed marijuana legalization and medical cannabis bills.

Ohio lawmakers are working on legislation to overhaul the state’s medical cannabis system.

Mississippi’s Medical Marijuana Advisory Committee met.

Missouri regulators urged a federal court to reject a case seeking to overturn the state’s residency requirements for medical cannabis business ownership.

Georgia regulators are expected to award medical cannabis productions licenses next month or in June.

The Washington State Social Equity in Cannabis Task Force’s Disproportionately Impacted Communities Workgroup will meet on Tuesday.


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The Tucson, Arizona City Council voted to loosen restrictions on marijuana dispensaries.

Grand Junction, Colorado voters approved a ballot measure to allow marijuana businesses.

St. Johnsbury, Vermont voters approved a measure to allow marijuana sales.

The Denver, Colorado City Council is considering allowing drive-thru and walk-up marijuana sales to continue after coronavirus measures expire.

Baltimore, Maryland’s police commissioner spoke about the department’s response to the state’s attorney’s decision not to prosecute most drug cases.

/ INTERNATIONAL

Mexican lawmakers are floating the idea of requesting yet another deadline extension from the nation’s Supreme Court so they have even more time to finalize marijuana legalization legislation.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study on psychedelic microdosing found that “conscientiousness increased, while neuroticism decreased.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The Alabama Democratic Party tweeted, “Legalizing medical marijuana is just the tip of the iceberg in when it comes to how we legislate cannabis. Alabama is long overdue for comprehensive marijuana and criminal justice reform.”

/ BUSINESS

Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. completed its acquisition of EMMAC Life Sciences Limited and secured an investment of $130 million from a single strategic institutional investor in exchange for 31.5% equity stake in Curaleaf International.

Mydecine Innovations Group announced psilocybin-based and other psychedelic preparations it believes to be its leading novel drug candidates ahead of meetings with the Food and Drug Administration and Health Canada.

VICE examined debates about ethics in the psychedelics industry.

/ CULTURE

Willie Nelson announced a marijuana convention that will benefit HeadCount’s Cannabis Voter Project.

Lil Wayne’s lifestyle brand GKUA signed a deal to host annual 4/20 events at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

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Biden too busy to handle cannabis, Harris says (Newsletter: April 7, 2021)

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CT gov’s marijuana bill advances; CA senators vote for legal psychedelics; MX legalization advances; IA gov sued for cannabis delay; WA decrim hearing

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Vice President Kamala Harris, in her first public marijuana comments since the election, essentially said the Biden administration is too busy to follow through on its campaign pledges to decriminalize cannabis and expunge records.

  • “Honestly, right now, we’ve been focused on getting people food, helping them stay in their apartments or in their homes, getting kids back to school, getting shots into arms. That has been all-consuming.”

The Connecticut legislature’s Judiciary Committee amended and approved Gov. Ned Lamont’s (D) marijuana legalization bill. Equity advocates are happy about the changes but say more work is still needed.

The California Senate Public Safety Committee approved a bill to legalize possession of psychedelics like LSD, psilocybin, MDMA and DMT.

A second Mexican Senate committee approved a marijuana legalization bill that was revised by the Chamber of Deputies. One more panel is next, and then a final floor vote—potentially as soon as Thursday.

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds (R) is being sued by an activist who says the state is failing to follow through on its obligation to request a federal exemption from the Drug Enforcement Administration for its limited medical marijuana program.

Washington State lawmakers are considering several legislative fixes to address a state Supreme Court ruling that overturned the prohibition on drug possession—including a new decriminalization bill that got a Senate hearing yesterday.

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President Joe Biden taped a video message for the Prescription Drug Abuse and Heroin Summit.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) tweeted, “Ending the federal prohibition on marijuana is necessary to right the wrongs of the failed War on Drugs, particularly for communities of color. This is why I’m working with @SenBooker and @RonWyden on comprehensive marijuana reform legislation in the Senate.”

Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) tweeted about fielding questions on cannabis equity at a town hall meeting.

The House marijuana banking bill got 16 new cosponsors for a total of 140.

/ STATES

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) said she wants lawmakers to address provisions about home cultivation, youth use and regulations in the state’s voter-approved medical cannabis law during a June special session. Separately, both sides in a state Supreme Court case on the fate of the broader marijuana legalization measure filed their latest briefs.

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) tweeted, “Legal marijuana is widely available within driving distance from Pennsylvania, from NY to NJ to D.C. It’s accessible already — why not legalize it here and keep that revenue in our commonwealth? #LegalizeIt”

Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidates discussed marijuana legalization at a debate.

Maryland’s lieutenant governor spoke about his opposition to legalizing marijuana.

The Montana House of Representatives gave initial approval to three marijuana legalization implementation bills.

The West Virginia House of Representatives defeated a motion to advance a Senate-passed bill to allow medical cannabis edibles.

The Washington, D.C. Council advanced a bill to remove the blanket ban on people with felony convictions working, owning or operating in the medical cannabis industry.

The Alabama Senate Judiciary Committee approved a bil to ban Delta-8-THC and Delta-10-THC.

Arkansas regulators are being sued for a decision to allow a medical cannabis cultivator to change ownership and move locations.

Illinois regulators testified before a Senate committee about their request for more funding to support the marijuana business licensing process.

A Louisiana representative filed a proposed constitutional initiative to legalize marijuana.

A Florida senator spoke about efforts to legalize marijuana.


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A Philadelphia, Pennsylvania City Council committee advanced a proposal to ban pre-employment marijuana testing for most companies.

The New Orleans, Louisiana City Council president filed a resolution endorsing a state bill to legalize marijuana.

Portland, Oregon regulators published a map showing where marijuana retailers can be located sufficiently far away enough from schools.

/ INTERNATIONAL

A spokesperson for UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the government “has absolutely no intention” of legalizing marijuana.

The Legalise Cannabis WA Party won a second seat in Western Australia’s Legislative Council.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A review concluded that “cannabinoids possess anticancer potencies against glioma cells, however this effect varies with the combinations and dosages used.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

A poll found that Britons support legalizing marijuana, 52%-32%.

The Cannabis Freedom Alliance is a new coalition involving Americans for Prosperity, Mission Green/The Weldon Project, the Reason Foundation and the Global Alliance for Cannabis Commerce.

AMVETS is hosting a summit on the benefits of medical cannabis for veterans on June 27.

/ BUSINESS

4Front Ventures Corp. reported quarterly systemwide pro forma revenue of $25 million.

Rubicon Organics Inc. reported quarterly net revenue of $4.8 million and a net loss of $5 million.

Organigram Holdings Inc. is acquiring The Edibles & Infusions Corporation.

Fyllo closed an oversubscribed Series B funding round worth $30 million.

Greenleaf Compassionate Care Center employees voted to join United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 328.

/ CULTURE

The Flaming Lips’s Wayne Coyne is launching his own brand of cannabis gummies.

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