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Feds want to test workers’ hair for cannabis (Newsletter: September 15, 2020)

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TX official wants medical marijuana for toothaches; MO funds vets’ health with cannabis money; USDA OKs hemp plans; New psychedelic science center

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The Department of Health and Human Services’s Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration is proposing allowing federal agencies and certain regulated businesses to drug test workers’ hair—a method that science shows could disproportionately lead to people of color losing their jobs.

Texas’s agriculture commissioner said he supports expanding the state’s limited medical cannabis law to allow patients to use it for toothaches and other maladies.

  • “If it’ll help somebody, I’m for it. Whatever it is. I mean, a toothache, I don’t care. If it’s a cure, if it [alleviates] pain, we should be able to use that.”

Missouri sent $2.1 million in medical marijuana revenue to a program that funds military veterans’ health services, and legal sales haven’t even started yet. This first haul—funds left over after implementation costs—is from business and patient licensing fees.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture approved hemp plans for Utah and another Indian tribe. The number of state, territory and tribal hemp proposals that federal officials have signed off on now stands at 60.

The University of California, Berkeley launched a new center dedicated to research and education on psychedelics.

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Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) reiterated a pledge to decriminalize marijuana under a Biden administration.

The office of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) sent a press release highlighting some apparent Democratic discontent with plans to hold a House vote on marijuana legalization next week.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) pledged to move marijuana reform legislation if Democrats win control of the Senate. He also tweeted, “Senator McConnell has said he will never bring any marijuana bill to the floor of the Senate. Here’s what I told @Leafly: If Democrats retake the majority in the Senate, I am going to do everything I can to put the Marijuana Freedom and Opportunity Act on the floor.”

Rep. Morgan Griffith (R-VA) touted federal funding for a project to use hemp for “improving environmental effects of acid mine drainage.”

Tennessee Democratic congressional candidate Christopher Hale tweeted, “Why is that kids and veterans who smoke marijuana in rural Tennessee have criminal records, but the Wall Street executives who committed billions of dollars of consumer fraud and wrecked our economy do not? Let’s legalize weed now and invest the money in our schools and roads.”

/ STATES

Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker (D) appointed members to the Adult Use Cannabis Health Advisory Committee.

New Hampshire Democratic gubernatorial candidate Dan Feltes adopted the marijuana legalization platform of his former primary rival.

Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor tweeted, “Pennsylvania’s recreational cannabis revenue? $0. Now more than ever, we need to take that money away from illegal dealers and use it to offset the burden to taxpayers. Please tell your legislators to act now.”

A Texas judge heard arguments in a case challenging the state’s ban on smokable hemp.

The California Osteopathic Medical Board discussed guidelines for the recommendation of medical cannabis.

A lawsuit challenging Utah lawmakers’ move to replace a voter-approved medical cannabis ballot measure with an alternate law is being dropped.

Maine regulators adopted amended marijuana testing rules.

Hawaii and Virginia are suspending state hemp production regulations and are directing farmers to apply for licenses from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Oregon regulators published guidance on medical cannabis caregiver issues.

Washington State regulators will consider marijuana rules on Wednesday.

Ohio regulators released updated medical cannabis patient and caregiver numbers.


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A San Francisco. California supervisor filed legislation to postpone the implementation of a voter-approved tax on marijuana sales.

Denver, Colorado’s Psilocybin Mushroom Policy Review Panel held its fourth meeting.

/ INTERNATIONAL

The British Virgin Islands’s medical cannabis industry is on hold while the governor reviews relevant legislation.

The Canadian government awarded a contract to the Canadian Association of People Who Use Drugs to study the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on harm reduction services.

Here’s a look at possible challenges to the European Union’s classification of CBD products.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that “cannabis use worked as an alternative to prescription opioids in just over half of patients with low back pain and as an adjunct to diminish use in some chronic opioid users.”

Vaping of marijuana and nicotine by U.S. 19-to-22-year-olds more than doubled between 2017 and 2019.

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch editorial board said that Missouri’s medical cannabis rollout has been a “debacle.”

Prohibitionist organization Smart Approaches to Marijuana is closing its Manhattan office and is selling expensive furniture, including a $1,400 dining table, $1,500 set of chairs and a $2,500 pair of lounge chairs.

The Montana Chamber of Commerce is opposing the state’s marijuana legalization ballot measures.

Americans for Safe Access filed an amicus brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to take up a case challenging marijuana’s federally illegal status.

/ BUSINESS

Charlotte’s Web Holdings, Inc.  reported quarterly revenue of $21.6 million and a net loss of $14.4 million.

Aurora Cannabis Inc. plans to divulge “certain material weaknesses in the Company’s internal control framework” in its upcoming quarterly financial filings.

/ CULTURE

Travel writer Rick Steves is campaigning for marijuana reform ballot measures in several states.

Jeopardy had a question about the congressional marijuana bill H.R. 420.

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69% of Americans want legal cannabis, poll says (Newsletter: April 16, 2021)

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Schumer: Marijuana bill on Senate floor “soon”; AL medical cannabis advances; TN senators approve marijuana bill; WI gov pushes legalization

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A new Quinnipiac University poll found that 69% of Americans now support legalizing marijuana, an all-time high. A majority of Democrats, Republicans, independents and people from every age and racial demographic in the survey are on board.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said his forthcoming federal marijuana legalization bill will be considered on the Senate floor “soon.”

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers (D) said he’s sick of seeing marijuana revenue go to other states. He also held a town hall meeting about cannabis and urged voters to pressure lawmakers in the Republican-controlled legislature to stop blocking reform.

  • “Frankly I’m kind of tired of talking to the governor from Illinois. Whenever I get with him, he thanks me for having Wisconsinites cross the border to buy marijuana.”

The Alabama House Health Committee approved a medical cannabis bill, sending it to the House floor. A prior version has already passed the full Senate.

The Tennessee Senate Judiciary Committee approved a limited medical cannabis bill, sending it to the floor.

/ FEDERAL

The Census Bureau is extending the public comment period on a request to add marijuana and other new questions to an annual survey about state tax collections.

Former Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders coauthored an op-ed criticizing the American Medical Association for its opposition to legalizing marijuana.

Former House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) again spoke about his evolution on marijuana policy reform.

The House marijuana banking bill got four new cosponsors for a total of 151.

The House bill to allow CBD as a dietary supplement got one new cosponsor for a total of 23.

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Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte (R) signed a bill allowing hemp to be used as animal feed. Separately, the Senate Select Committee on Marijuana Laws held another hearing on legalization implementation legislation.

The Idaho House of Representatives defeated a proposed constitutional amendment that would have prevented voters from legalizing Schedule I or II drugs via ballot initiatives.

The California Senate passed a bill to remove mandatory prison and jail sentences for nonviolent drug offenses.

Wisconsin’s Senate majority leader said there isn’t enough Republican support in the body to approve a medical cannabis bill.

The Louisiana House Ways and Means Committee approved a bill to allow the taxation of medical cannabis flower, if legalized under separate legislation.

Several Connecticut Democratic lawmakers said they will vote against a marijuana legalization bill unless it contains sufficient equity provisions.

The Oregon Psilocybin Research Subcommittee held its first meeting.

Oklahoma regulators are being sued by medical cannabis businesses who say the state’s tracking system is unlawful.

New Mexico regulators fined New MexiCann Natural Medicine $142,000 for worker safety violations related to a fire that injured employees.

Michigan regulators sent a bulletin about marijuana compliance testing, research and development testing and remediation rules.

Missouri regulators have now approved more than 100 medical cannabis businesses to operate.

Minnesota regulators launched a new dashboard for data about the medical cannabis program.

Ohio regulators will consider medical cannabis rules changes on Monday.


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The Nassau County, New York legislature is considering a proposal to ban marijuana on county-owned properties.

Chicago, Illinois marijuana arrests continue to be carried out on a racially disproportionate basis following legalization, police data shows.

Denver, Colorado regulators sent alerts about application information for marijuana businesses and upcoming City Council consideration of cannabis legislation..

San Francisco, California officials will host a Monday meeting on how marijuana businesses can prepare for potential unrest as a result of the pending verdict in the Derrick Chauvin trial.

A former Philadelphia, Pennsylvania mayor coauthored an op-ed about the need for federal marijuana reform.

/ INTERNATIONAL

A Canadian member of Parliament filed a bill to decriminalize drug possession and expunge prior records, days after the city of Vancouver, British Columbia asked the federal government for permission to enact a local decriminalization policy.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study of cancer patients found that using medical cannabis “improved sleep initiation and continuity, resulted in decreased use of sleep medications, and that improved sleep led to better health.”

A study on using psilocybin to treat depression found that results “did not show a significant difference in antidepressant effects between psilocybin and escitalopram in a selected group of patients” but that “secondary outcomes generally favored psilocybin over escitalopram.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

Alex Berenson and Tucker Carlson discussed what they see as the harms of marijuana during an interview.

/ BUSINESS

Ben & Jerry’s cofounder Ben Cohen is launching a line of marijuana prerolls.

Tilray, Inc. is delaying its shareholder meeting to approve a proposed merger with Aphria Inc. for two weeks.

TILT Holdings Inc.  reported quarterly revenue of $42.3 million and a net loss of $92.1 million.

Columbia Care Inc. launched a solid-fill cannabis powder capsule for medicinal use in the UK.

JOI Guitars released a line of acoustic guitars made out of hemp wood.

/ CULTURE

Basketball players John Wall and Carmelo Anthony are investing in cannabis company LEUNE.

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MN legal cannabis bill clears 6th committee (Newsletter: April 15, 2021)

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Boehner open to using marijuana; WA gov commutes drug sentences; AL medical cannabis amendments; Fmr. TX gov pushes psychedelics bill

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Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee (D) is issuing commutations for people now unlawfully incarcerated on drug possession charges after the state Supreme Court struck down criminalization. Meanwhile, a decriminalization bill is advancing in the legislature as the session’s end nears.

The Minnesota House Judiciary Finance and Civil Law Committee approved a marijuana legalization bill—the sixth such panel to do so. The majority leader says a floor vote is coming in May.

The California Senate Health Committee approved a bill to legalize possession of psychedelics like LSD, psilocybin and MDMA—the second committee to advance the legislation.

The Alabama House Health Committee adopted amendments to a Senate-passed medical cannabis bill. The panel is expected to approve the legislation, sending it to the House floor, on Thursday.

The Mississippi Supreme Court held oral arguments in a case challenging the state’s voter-approved medical cannabis law.

Former House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) said in his new book and in a TV interview that while he hasn’t consumed marijuana since joining the industry, he’s not ruling out doing so.

  • “If somebody wants to smoke a joint or eat a gummy, that’s really none of my business.”

Former Texas governor, U.S. energy secretary and Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry is urging lawmakers in his home state to pass a bill to require a study of how psychedelics like psilocybin and MDMA can treat mental health conditions.

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Customs and Border Protection issued a reminder that bringing marijuana into the U.S. is illegal.

The House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health held a hearing on substance use issues.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) tweeted, “The War on Drugs has been a war on people—particularly people of color. I stood with organizers and advocates to ensure NY legalized Marijuana in a way that would help undo the damage of the War on Drugs. I’ll keep working to end the federal prohibition.”

Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) and four other senators sent a letter to President Joe Biden opposing the temporary extension of a Trump-era policy expanding mandatory minimum sentencing for a range of fentanyl-related substances.

Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D-CO) spoke about his marijuana banking bill at a community bankers conference.

The Senate bill to increase marijuana businesses’ access to insurance coverage got one new cosponsor for a total of three.

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A top aide for New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said people who want to use marijuana legally before dispensaries open should buy it at stores in other states.

Florida’s agriculture commissioner showed her own medical cannabis card in a video she posted to criticize Republican efforts to enact restrictions on patients.

The South Dakota Supreme Court posted information about viewing April 28 oral arguments in a case challenging the voter-approved marijuana legalization measure.

The Illinois House of Representatives approved a bill to regulate CBD products.

The Hawaii Senate passed a bill to let medical cannabis companies open additional production and dispensary locations.

The Oregon Senate Committee on Judiciary and Ballot Measure 110 Implementation advanced a bill to make changes to the state’s voter-approved drug decriminalization law.

A Pennsylvania representative hosted a forum on how the black community can benefit from marijuana legalization.

Colorado regulators are accepting public feedback on hemp rules.

Michigan regulators sent a bulletin about the transfer of marijuana products between equivalent licensed businesses.

Rhode Island regulators did not receive any bids to run an upcoming lottery to award new medical cannabis business licenses.


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The St. Louis County, Missouri Council approved a marijuana decriminalization proposal.

The Maplewood, Missouri City Council passed a marijuana decriminalization ordinance.

The Little Rock, Arkansas Board of Directors is considering a proposal to make misdemeanor marijuana offenses the lowest law enforcement priority.

/ INTERNATIONAL

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador spoke about business interests that are lobbying to shape marijuana legalization legislation.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study concluded that hemp peptides “are of potential therapeutic interest for liver cancer treatment.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The New England Cannabis Convention reportedly banned remaining members of the Commonwealth Dispensary Association from attending its events over the group’s decision to sue Massachusetts regulators over an equity-focused marijuana delivery policy.

/ BUSINESS

Cresco Labs closed its acquisition of Bluma Wellness Inc.

Connected Cannabis Co. raised $30 million in debt and equity financing.

Jushi Holdings Inc. is acquiring a Virginia medical cannabis cultivation facility from Dalitso LLC.

Zenefits published a guide to state laws on marijuana-related workplace issues.

Arkansas medical cannabis dispensaries are selling an average of nearly $900,000 worth of product every day.

/ CULTURE

Rapper Ralo plans to plead guilty in a pending marijuana trafficking case.

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Biden DEA pick open to medical cannabis laws (Newsletter: April 14, 2021)

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IL marijuana revenue outweighs alcohol; Tribute to cannabis pioneer Steve Fox; CT legalization poll; CO sales data

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Anne Milgram, President Joe Biden’s nominee to lead the Drug Enforcement Administration, called a New Jersey medical cannabis bill “workable” while serving as the state’s attorney general. Those are very limited comments, but a DEA head who potentially understands the medical benefits of marijuana would undermine its ongoing status as a Schedule I drug.

Longtime marijuana activist Steve Fox, who was a driving force behind Colorado’s historic cannabis legalization measure and so many other movement wins, has passed away. His colleagues have launched a GoFundMe to support his family during this difficult time.

The Illinois Department of Revenue reported that as of last quarter the state now takes in more tax revenue from marijuana sales than from alcohol.

A new poll found that 67% of Connecticut residents support legalizing marijuana. The public backing comes as two cannabis legalization bills are advancing in the legislature.

Colorado retailers sold $167 million worth of legal marijuana in February. Cannabis sales for the first two months of 2021 are $78 million higher than for the same period last year.

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The Biden administration is reportedly expected to support a temporary extension of a Trump-era policy expanding mandatory minimum sentencing for a range of fentanyl-related substances.

Sen. Ben Ray Lujan (D-NM) tweeted, “By legalizing adult-use cannabis, New Mexico is taking bold steps to get our economy moving again, create new jobs and economic opportunities, and begin to undo the disparate harm of criminalization.”

The House resolution that calls for legalizing marijuana, expunging drug convictions and allowing safe consumption sites got one new cosponsor for a total of 18.

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Colorado Gov. Jared Polis (D) sent a press release about an auction of marijuana-themed license plates to benefit the state Disability Funding Committee.

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) tweeted, “The war on drugs has forever been a story of racial injustice. Even last year — during a global pandemic — a disproportionate number of Black PA’ians were arrested for marijuana. It’s time we #LegalizeIt and stop locking people up for possession.” He also tweeted, “Yesterday, New Mexico became the seventh state since November to legalize adult-use marijuana. Pennsylvania is falling behind. Residents want legalization.”

Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts (R) authored an op-ed criticizing pending marijuana reform legislation.

Michigan’s attorney general launched a new webpage to inform people about a new law that expunges prior marijuana and other convictions.

The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that a construction company needs to pay for the cost of its injured worker’s medical cannabis.

Virginia’s House speaker posted a video of herself singing the recently approved marijuana legalization bill.

Connecticut House leaders are working to craft a marijuana legalization bill that can get enough votes to pass even if a number of Democrats oppose it.

The Illinois House of Representatives is expected to vote on a bill to regulate CBD and Delta-8-THC products this week.

The Iowa Department of Human Services is being sued by a woman who says she is being blocked from becoming a preschool teacher due to an expunged prior marijuana charge.

Oklahoma regulators revoked the license of a medical cannabis testing lab.

A member of the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission is stepping down.

The Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission will hold a training session on Thursday.


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San Francisco, California’s mayor held a press conference to emphasize that the annual 4/20 rally in Golden Gate Park is canceled.

New York City Democratic mayoral candidate Eric Adams criticized rivals for supporting drug policy reform.

/ INTERNATIONAL

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she wants a bipartisan approach to treating drugs as a health issue, but the opposition National Party doesn’t seem interested.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A review concluded that “all studies exhibited anxiolytic and antidepressant activities after CBD use.”

A study found that “the vast majority of patients self-selecting into cannabis use for treatment of nausea likely experience relief within a relative short duration of time, but the level of antiemetic effect varies with the characteristics of the cannabis products consumed in vivo.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The New Mexico Republican Party criticized Democrats for enacting a marijuana legalization law.

Americans for Safe Access launched an action alert urging House and Urban Development Sec. Marcia Fudge to issue guidance allowing patients to use medical cannabis in federal housing.

AAA is hosting an event about New Jersey marijuana laws on 4/20.

/ BUSINESS

Organigram Holdings Inc. reported quarterly net revenue of C$14.6 million and a net loss of C$66.3 million.

Mydecine Innovations Group says it has identified previously uncharacterized compounds in psilocybin mushrooms and is going to screen them to test for therapeutic effects.

/ CULTURE

South Park is partnering with adidas to launch a Towlie shoe on 4/20.

Actor Jaleel White launched a Purple Urkle cannabis brand with 710 Labs.

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