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Feds fund cannabis pesticide removal research (Newsletter: September 3, 2019)

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Top Dem’s primary challenger talks marijuana & drug decrim; USDA report on Canadian hemp; Tax court rejects cannabiz 280E argument

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A federal grant from the National Science Foundation will be used to develop methods to remove dangerous pesticides from marijuana.

Marijuana Moment spoke to congressional candidate Mckayla Wilkes about how cannabis fits into her primary challenge against House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD), as well as her experience getting arrested for marijuana in college. She backs decriminalizing all drugs, whereas he says marijuana is a gateway to “the use of harder, very harmful drugs.”

The U.S. Department of Agriculture published an overview of neighboring Canada’s hemp market.

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A U.S. Tax Court judge denied a Colorado marijuana business’s move to restore tax deductions it claimed were not impacted by the 280E provision.

National Credit Union Administration Chairman Rodney Hood authored an op-ed about hemp banking guidance his agency recently issued.

Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld (R), a presidential candidate, spoke about racial disparities in marijuana law enforcement.

Rep. Jennifer Wexton (D-VA) said she supports decriminalizing marijuana but not other drugs.

Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) tweeted, “Here are the areas of the country where marijuana records are automatically being expunged: ➡️ California ➡️ Chicago ➡️ New York ➡️ Denver Step-by-step our movement is undoing the harm of the so-called ‘war on drugs.’ Next we must end the prohibition of marijuana in the U.S.”

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Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) tweeted, “For years, marijuana possession has been a pipeline to prison for people of color. We must replace that pipeline with jobs, equity, and pathways to prosperity.”

New Hampshire lawmakers will attempt this month to override vetoes from Gov. Chris Sununu (R), including of a bill aimed at making it easier for patients to get medical cannabis recommendations.

Utah’s Senate majority leader said lawmakers are considering changes to medical cannabis packaging requirements.

Minnesota’s Senate majority leader said marijuana legalization is “not going to happen.”

Arizona’s auditor general found that the state Department of Health Services did not follow procurement requirements in awarding a contract for medical cannabis mapping services.

Massachusetts transportation officials are consulting with marijuana regulators about whether cannabis companies can purchase “sponsor-a-highway” signs.

California’s Employment Development Department tweeted about a cannabis career fair.

A Pennsylvania senator filed a bill to create a medical cannabis tax credit.

South Dakota activists are circulating three different proposed marijuana initiatives they hope to qualify for the 2020 ballot.


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Israeli health officials are casting doubts on the likelihood the country will actually pass the expanded medical cannabis legislation that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu negotiated in exchange for a rival party dropping out of this month’s elections.

South Africa’s government plans to have draft cannabis regulations ready by October.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study of rodents found that “Δ8‐THCV may have therapeutic potential for the treatment of nicotine dependence.”

A study found that “adoption and diffusion of [medical marijuana laws] is mainly determined by the opinions of citizens rather than the political ideology of elected officials or the government’s fiscal health conditions.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The Drug Policy Alliance and Local Progress published a short report on local opportunities for drug policy reform.

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review editorial board cheered efforts to develop a marijuana breathalyzer.

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The CEO of the Boston Beer Company said the company is looking at entering the marijuana business.

Canna Culture Shop started a program to collect and properly dispose of marijuana packaging waste.

Sheepscot General Store and Farm is launching a “pick your own” hemp farm.

The Chicago Tribune looks at marijuana businesses’ trademark difficulties.

/ CULTURE

Bob Marley’s son Rohan Marley is seeking a New Jersey medical cannabis dispensary license.

Cartoonist Scott Adams dismissed the alleged link between marijuana use and violence, tweeting, “All of the mass shooters masturbated too. Should we investigate the link?”

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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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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.

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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.”

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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.”

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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.

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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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Treasury secretary talks cannabis biz tax incentives (Newsletter: February 18, 2020)

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NFL weighs marijuana penalty reduction; Study: Medical cannabis reduces ADHD drug use; ABA approves marijuana banking & lawyers resolutions

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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin was pressed again during a recent Senate hearing on whether marijuana businesses should be able to qualify for Opportunity Zone tax benefits.

National Football League penalties for players who use marijuana would be “dramatically reduced” under a draft collective bargaining agreement that’s now circulating, and the drug testing window would reportedly shrink from four months to just two weeks.

The American Bar Association approved resolutions calling on Congress to pass a marijuana banking bill and clarify that lawyers can advise cannabis business clients without violating federal law.

A study found that “higher-dose consumption of [medical cannabis] components (phyto-cannabinoids and terpenes) is associated with ADHD medication reduction.”

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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit will hear arguments next month in a case on whether a police officer in a state that has decriminalized marijuana can justify a search of a car based on probable cause to believe that still-federally-illegal cannabis is inside.

The U.S.Forest Service touted marijuana eradication efforts in documents justifying its Fiscal Year 2021 budget request.

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) tweeted about the controversial marijuana enforcement comments of former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (D), a presidential candidate.

Rep. Don Young (R-AK) discussed his work on marijuana legislation in a speech to the National Congress of American Indians.

Rep. Deb Haaland (D-NM) tweeted, “We have the chance to work towards providing citizens with the chance to solve major health problems without the use of prescription drugs. Support for marijuana legalization in New Mexico has increased steadily in recent years.”

Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) tweeted, “Support for legalizing marijuana over time: ➡️ 1989: 16% ➡️ 1999: 31% ➡️ 2019: 67% All of those who join me in fighting for an end to the federal prohibition of cannabis are on the right side of history.”

Former Rep. John Delaney (D-MD), who recently ended his presidential campaign, asked his Twitter followers to watch his daughter’s CNN story about flower growers switching to the marijuana industry.

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New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) said she needs to spend more time working with lawmakers to build support for marijuana legalization. Separately, the legislature sent her a bill to limit the medical cannabis program to in-state residents.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said it’s a “priority” to legalize marijuana this year.

Alabama’s House speaker said he is in “wait and see mode” on medical cannabis legislation.

The Washington State House of Representatives approved a bill to prioritize marijuana business license applicants from communities disproportionately impacted by the war on drugs.

Michigan regulators issued a technical bulletin about potency variance in marijuana packaging.

Arkansas regulators will consider alleged rules violations by a medical cannabis company on February 26.


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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania’s district attorney tweeted, “Criminalization of cannabis disproportionately harmed black and low-income people. The benefits of decriminalization, including profit, must be offered in a way that is proportional to prior damage done.”

/ INTERNATIONAL

The Philippine Dangerous Drugs Board approved “in principle” a resolution to allow the use of CBD to treat severe forms of epilepsy. The Senate president said that lawmakers now have less of a need to take up medical cannabis legislation in light of regulators’ move.

Candidates for leader of the UK Labour Party discussed marijuana decriminalization during a debate.

Scotland’s first medical cannabis clinic is set to open.

Colombian and Brazilian officials met to discuss marijuana policy.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A review “identified studies demonstrating an inhibitory effect of cannabinoids on skin inflammation, proliferation, fibrosis, pain, and itch—biological mechanisms involved in the pathogenesis of many dermatologic conditions” and concluded that “cannabinoids have the potential to expand the therapeutic repertoire of a wide spectrum of skin disorders.”

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The New York Daily News editorial board is calling on lawmakers to legalize marijuana this session.

Major Republican donor Miriam Adelson spoke about how she believes “cannabis is indeed a gateway drug to potentially deadly opioids.”

Texans for Responsible Marijuana Policy released a voter guide for upcoming primary elections.

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Michigan retailers sold $9.8 million worth of recreational marijuana products in January.

/ CULTURE

The Onion quipped that Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg is polling “poorly among African American men who were between 16 and 25 years old when they were arrested for possession of marijuana during his tenure as mayor of New York.”

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Border Patrol union head admits legal cannabis disrupts cartels (Newsletter: February 17, 2020)

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Bloomberg anti-marijuana remarks on tape; Support grows for veterans cannabis research bill; Study examines CBD for horse stress & pain

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The 2015 recording of former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (D), a presidential candidate, discussing racist police practices that has generated controversy in recent days also contains previously unreported comments about marijuana legalization.

  • “It is just a terrible, terrible idea… I just can’t imagine why society is doing this… If you’re my age, of course you smoked a joint in the 60s—but it was very different and just because we did doesn’t make it right… Today it’s much stronger and potentially much more damaging.”

The president of the National Border Patrol Council—a labor union that represents U.S. Border Patrol agents—acknowledged in an interview that legalizing marijuana pushes cartels out of the cannabis market.

Reps. Lou Correa (D-CA) Clay Higgins (R-LA) are working to shore up support for their bill to expand medical marijuana research for veterans. Nearly a quarter of the House members are already signed on as cosponsors, but the Veterans’ Affairs Committee hasn’t yet scheduled a vote.

Marijuana Moment spoke to the lead researcher in a new study that’s examining whether CBD can help reduce stress, inflammation and obsessive compulsive behaviors in horses.

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture published a report on the growth of Germany’s hemp market.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), a presidential candidate, tweeted, “The President’s new budget would end @TheJusticeDept’s policy not to interfere in states’ marijuana laws. Just more proof that federal marijuana policies are broken & outdated. I support legalization – & @SenCoryGardner & I have a bipartisan bill to end the federal marijuana ban.”

Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld (R), a presidential candidate, said he resigned from the board of Acreage Holdings, Inc. so he can focus on his campaign.

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) visited Denver to meet with marijuana industry professionals.

Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) tweeted, “Here’s our three step plan to legalize marijuana: ✅ End federal prohibition ✅ Expunge prior offenses for use ✅ Invest the tax revenue in black and brown communities across America that have been harmed by the war on drugs.”

The House bill to require the Department of Veterans Affairs to study medical cannabis got two new cosponsors for a total of 104.

The House bill to shield military veterans from losing benefits over state-legal marijuana use got one new cosponsor for a total of 17.

West Virginia Democratic Senate candidate Richard Ojeda tweeted, “I would like to open the jail cells and let everyone out who have been incarcerated for marijuana issues.  Then we can free up jail space for the real criminals.”

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Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak (D) made his first appointments to the new Cannabis Compliance Board.

New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) tweeted, “Industrial hemp is creating jobs all across New Mexico! … The hemp manufacturing industry is delivering on its incredible economic potential all across New Mexico, just one example of how our investments in the state economy are reaching every corner of the state, both rural and urban.” Separately, the Senate approved a bill to limit the medical cannabis program to only in-state residents. Meanwhile, the House speaker said he will recuse himself from voting on that legislation to due to his role as an attorney for a marijuana business and patients in a related lawsuit, and the House minority leader objected to the process by which the bill is advancing.

Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor predicted that Republican lawmakers will come around to ending marijuana prohibition once more neighboring states enact legalization. Separately, regulators noted the two-year anniversary of medical cannabis sales in a tweet.

Kentucky’s House speaker said a floor vote on medical cannabis legalization could happen as soon as this week.

Rhode Island’s House speaker said that municipalities, rather than the state, should take the lead on regulating marijuana.

Oklahoma regulators set an April 1 deadline for all medical cannabis products to be tested prior to being sold.

The Colorado Department of Transportation partnered with Lightshade to distribute bouquets with messages about not driving under the influence of marijuana for Valentine’s Day.

The California Legislative Analyst’s Office released an analysis of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s (D) marijuana-related budget proposals.

Iowa regulators voted on recommendations to expand the state’s limited medical cannabis program.

Here’s a look at Massachusetts’s failure to fulfill a provision of the state’s legalization law aimed at allocating marijuana tax revenue to communities harmed by the drug war and to police training.

A Missouri senator said that the fact he did not disclose an investment in a medical cannabis business while criticizing regulators in a floor speech did not represent a conflict of interest.


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St. Kitts and Nevis lawmakers approved legislation to establish medical cannabis regulations, expand marijuana decriminalization and expunge past records.

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was pressed by the Labour Party’s leader about the practice of deporting people convicted of drug offenses.

The former president of the United Nations’s International Narcotics Control Board has been hired as president of the Thai Cannabis Corporation.

The chairman of the Mexico Senate Committee on Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Rural Development hosted a forum on marijuana legalization.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A review concluded that “adjunctive CBD resulted in a greater reduction in convulsive seizure frequency than placebo and a higher rate of [adverse events] in patients with [Dravet syndrome] presenting with seizures uncontrolled by concomitant antiepileptic therapy.”

A study suggested that “psilocybin may increase emotional and brain plasticity, and the reported findings support the hypothesis that negative affect may be a therapeutic target for psilocybin.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The California Cannabis Industry Association distanced itself from a labor peace agreement white paper its Human Resources Committee published after it was called out as anti-union.

Questions are being raised about whether ProTech Local 33, which says it is actively organizing marijuana industry workers, is actually a bona fide labor organization.

Local Washington, D.C. sex work activists are pushing back against the involvement of Marijuana Policy Project founder Rob Kampia, who has been accused of workplace sexual misconduct, in a planned effort to put a prostitution decriminalization measure on the city’s ballot.

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Canopy Growth Corporation reported $124 million in quarterly net revenue and a loss of $92 million.

Charlotte’s Web, Inc. is facing a proposed class action lawsuit over its alleged failure to make its website compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Pennsylvania medical cannabis dispensary Justice Grown is being sued by its former pharmacist who says she was fired after refusing to illegally sample the shop’s products.

Tests by Vertosa show that liners in aluminum cans can reduce the potency of marijuana-infused drinks.

/ CULTURE

Former basketball player Charles Barkley said he is open to players using cannabis medicinally.

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