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GOP senators say cannabis banking bill has a shot (Newsletter: May 29, 2019)

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Oakland lawmakers vote to decrim psychedelics; USDA issues hemp legalization update; Cuomo ranks legal marijuana as a top-ten priority

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A pair of Republican senators told Marijuana Moment that they believe cannabis banking legislation has a shot of getting a hearing in that chamber after House passage.

  • “He didn’t say ‘hell no,’” Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-ND) said of a key Banking Committee Chairman Mike Crapo (R-ID),  whom he pressed on the bill. “I thought he was quite open-minded to it.”

The Oakland, California City Council’s Public Safety Committee approved a measure supporting the decriminalization of plant- and fungi-based psychedelic drugs such as psilocybin, ibogaine, mescaline and ayahuasca.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture issued two memos about hemp legalization implementation, reasoning that  descheduling of the crop and its derivatives such as CBD and THC is self-executing without further action and that states can’t block legal hemp shipments through their borders, among other findings.

  • “Congress has removed hemp from Schedule I and removed it entirely from the CSA. In other words, hemp is no longer a controlled substance. Also, by amending Schedule I to exclude THC in hemp, Congress has likewise removed THC in hemp from the CSA.”

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said that legalizing marijuana remains a top-ten priority for 2019 but he also suggested that passing the issue off to voters via a referendum is possible. And he spoke about how stalled efforts in New Jersey have impacted the push to legalize cannabis in New York.

Even as Square is moving to allow CBD companies onto its credit card processing platform, eBay says it will continue to ban people from selling products containing the cannabis-derived compound.

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The U.S. attorney for Massachusetts said that legalizing marijuana creates public safety risks.

Rep. Seth Moulton (D-MA), a presidential candidate, released a plan to improve mental health care for veterans, and it includes adopting “a more holistic approach to treatment, including alternative therapies like mindfulness, exercise, and cannabis.”

Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA), a presidential candidate, tweeted, “I was 13 when the 1994 Crime Bill was passed. Millions others affected by it weren’t even born. How about we stop living in the past and do something NOW about its effects? ✅ Legalize marijuana ✅ End private prisons ✅ Send fewer people to prison ✅ Restore rights?”

Former Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) tweeted, “I’m proud to announce I’ve joined http://BudTrader.com  as a shareholder and advisory board member, so I may continue the fight for cannabis legalization on a national level.”

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Colorado Gov. Jared Polis (D) signed a bill allowing each parent of a child—instead of just one parent—to serve as medical cannabis primary caregivers.

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds (R) defended her veto of a bill to expand the state’s limited CBD medical cannabis law.  The Senate president said her move “motivates me to push even harder next session” and that it “will be one of my top priorities for 2020.”  Meanwhile, Democratic lawmakers are calling for a special session to override the veto.

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R) said it is “too early” to begin adding new medical cannabis qualifying conditions.

The Arizona Supreme Court ruled that medical cannabis extracts are legal. House Democrats celebrated the ruling, tweeting, “Now maybe county attorneys and anti-medical-marijuana crusaders Sheila Polk and Bill Montgomery will calm down and stop trying to punish people for trying to access legal medicine they need.”

Utah’s attorney general successfully moved a lawsuit challenging the law that legislators passed to replace the voter-approved medical cannabis ballot measure from state court to federal court.

California’s treasurer noted that some Republican U.S. senators are hopeful about marijuana banking legislation, adding, “Cross your fingers!”

North Dakota lawmakers agreed to have a study panel examine the issue of marijuana legalization, but they rejected the idea of having the committee look at adding new medical cannabis qualifying conditions.

The head of the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission is raising concerns about a potential lack of transparency about campaign spending that could stem from a move to put marijuana legalization on the state’s 2020 ballot.

A Florida appeals court rejected a request for a rehearing in a case seeking the right for patients to cultivate their own medical cannabis at home.

The Alabama House Health Committee held a hearing on a Senate-passed medical cannabis bill. A significantly revised version—which will likely create a study commission instead of legalizing medical marijuana—is expected to be presented to the panel on Wednesday.

The Rhode Island House Finance Committee will hold a Wednesday hearing on several bills aimed at ensuring equity in the marijuana industry.

A Washington, D.C. councilmember filed a bill to protect government employees from discrimination based on their enrollment in medical cannabis programs.

Massachusetts regulator Shaleen Title spoke about ongoing efforts to ensure equity in the state’s marijuana industry.

Ohio’s Medical Marijuana Advisory Committee will meet on June 13.

Here’s a look at how cannabis reform legislation fared in Texas this session.


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New York City’s public advocate tweeted, “Marijuana legalization is an issue of criminal justice, social justice, racial and economic justice. As the state takes steps to #LegalizeIt, its important to keep up a community dialogue.”

/ INTERNATIONAL

Thailand’s Cabinet approved medical cannabis regulations.

Colombia’s Ministry of Justice hosted a Facebook chat about cannabis licensing.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study of youth marijuana prevention efforts concluded that “personally threatening messages were found ineffective.”

A study of Colorado residents’ attitudes about cannabis tourism found that those who are “highly attached” to the state “held a positive image of their place, which in turn influence[s] their support of marijuana tourism.”

/ OPINION & ANALYSIS

A poll funded by a police union found that Wisconsin residents oppose legalizing marijuana, 50%-46%.

The Providence Journal editorial board is urging Rhode Island lawmakers to license additional medical cannabis dispensaries.

/ BUSINESS

Acreage Holdings, Inc. reported a  487% increase in quarterly revenue from a year ago, but it also incurred net losses of more than $31 million.

Charlotte’s Web Holdings Inc. reported shrinking  a 66% increase in revenue from a year ago, although its profits shrunk.

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Tom Angell is the editor of Marijuana Moment. A 15-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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House passes tribal cannabis protection amendment (Newsletter: June 20, 2019)

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Committee debates small marijuana biz issues; Senator gets FDA to admit psychedelic benefits; Studies examine dispensary impact on youth cannabis use

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The House of Representatives debated amendments to protect state and territory marijuana laws, as well as those of Indian tribes, from federal interference. Both passed in voice votes, but a roll call vote was requested on the first measure, likely to occur on Thursday.

The House Small Business Committee held a hearing on opportunities and challenges for small marijuana businesses.

In a letter to Sen. Brian Schatz (D-HI), the Food and Drug Administration and the National Institutes of Health acknowledged that studies have shown medical benefits of psychedelic drugs but that the federal government doesn’t currently have any plans to reschedule substances like psilocybin, MDMA and LSD.

Three separate new studies published this month examine the impact of nearby marijuana dispensaries on youth cannabis use in Los Angeles—with differing findings.

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The Food and Drug Administration is extending the deadline to comment on CBD regulations to July 16.

Rep. Seth Moulton (D-MA), a presidential candidate, spoke about his support for legalizing marijuana and concerns about racial disparities in prohibition enforcement.

Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI) tweeted, “It is not safe to walk around with duffel bags full of cash – but that’s what’s happening right now. The SAFE Banking Act is a common-sense bill that will allow the marijuana industry to use banks. The Federal gov’t must recognize legitimate businesses.”

Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) tweeted, “Marijuana legalization is a racial justice issue and all low-level offenses should be expunged. As the $1 billion in state revenue in Colorado shows, it’s also about creating jobs and economic growth.”

The House bill to force the Department of Justice to license more growers of marijuana for research got one new cosponsor, for a total of 11.

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Oregon Gov. Kate Brown (D) signed a bill letting regulators deny marijuana business licenses based on supply and demand.

Maine Gov. Janet Mills (D) signed a bill on certifying marijuana testing facilities.

New York lawmakers failed to reach a deal of marijuana legalization legislation, but a backup plan to expand decriminalization and provide for record expungements is still under consideration.

Massachusetts’s secretary of state warned about marijuana-related fraud cases and charged one company with securities violations. Separately, agriculture regulators are cracking down on CBD products. Meanwhile, the House of Representatives approved a hemp bill.

Ohio’s House speaker said that lawmakers will not vote on a hemp bill before the summer break.

California lawmakers are putting a bill to allow safe consumption sites for illegal drugs on hold until next year.

Michigan regulators released updated guidance for marijuana testing facilities.

Pennsylvania Senate Democrats held a press conference about marijuana reform.


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The Louisville, Kentucky Metro Council Public Safety Committee approved a measure to make marijuana possession the lowest law enforcement priority.

New York City’s Council speaker said he is “disappointed our outdated marijuana laws will remain on the books for now but the fight to end them is NOT over.”

The Clark County, Nevada Commission voted to spend more than $6.1 million raised from marijuana business license fees to add hundreds of beds for homeless families with children.

Denver, Colorado hired a cannabis process navigator to “help the industry navigate the rules, to fortify and expand trust and transparency between the cannabis industry and Denver’s marijuana regulatory agencies, and serve as a point-of-contact between marijuana businesses and the City of Denver.”

/ INTERNATIONAL

The Canadian Senate gave final approval to a bill to expedite pardons for cannabis possession convictions.

French lawmakers are filing a marijuana legalization bill that gives the government a monopoly on production and sales.

Colombia’s Prosecutor General’s Office ordered that electricity be cut off to a region of the country in an attempt to disrupt marijuana cultivation.

Thai regulators are developing medical cannabis rules.

/ ADVOCACY

A representative from prohibitionist organization Smart Approaches to Marijuana will debate a pro-legalization Pennsylvania senator on July 8.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study concluded that “cannabis-exposed hospitalized patients with [acute pancreatitis] had lower age-adjusted, mortality, morbidity, and hospitalization-cost than non–cannabis-exposed patients.”

A study of rats found that hemp extract “improves semen parameters by reducing plasma prolactin and enhancing plasma anti-oxidant status” and that “its pro-fertility potential might be associated with its deficiency in the widely known gonadotoxic phytocannabinoids.”

/ OPINION & ANALYSIS

A poll funded by the AAA Foundation surveyed Americans’ attitudes about driving under the influence of marijuana.

The New York Times editorial board endorsed a Queens district attorney candidate who has pledged to stop prosecuting low-level marijuana and drug cases.

/ BUSINESS

Canopy Growth Corp. and Acreage Holdings Inc. shareholders both voted to approve the former company’s planned acquisition of the latter in the event of U.S. federal marijuana legalization.

Thrive Market is ceasing to sell CBD and hemp products at the demand of its merchant processor.

Shoppers Drug Mart and TruTrace Technologies are partnering to use blockchain technology to track marijuana products.

Quiznos launched a “Magic Mushroom Melt” sandwich in Denver.

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Musician Willie Nelson joked about how he is the chief tester of his brand Willie’s Reserve’s marijuana products.

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Cannabis measures cleared for House floor votes (Newsletter: June 19, 2019)

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FAA CBD/marijuana guidance for pilots; Senators press against anti-cannabis immigration policy; NY legalization still in flux

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The House Rules Committee cleared several drug policy amendments for floor action, including measures to shield all state and territory marijuana laws from federal interference, extend protections to tribes, support CBD regulations and allow military veterans to get medical cannabis recommendations from government doctors.

The Federal Aviation Administration issued a bulletin clarifying CBD and marijuana rules for pilots.

A group of 10 U.S. senators sent a letter calling on the Trump administration to end a policy that says immigrants who work in the marijuana industry don’t have “good moral character” and are not eligible for citizenship.

The question of whether New York lawmakers will vote to legalize marijuana this week remains a very fluid situation, with indications that the session could be extended beyond Wednesday’s initial deadline through Friday.

Killer Mike said that rappers should get more credit for the legalization of marijuana:

  • “A lot of people are going to get credit for it—a lot of activists, a lot of workers. But I can show you a line that leads straight back to Cypress Hill, that leads straight back to Snoop Dogg.”  

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The Drug Enforcement Administration’s Los Angeles office tweeted, “#marijuana remains illegal throughout California and is extremely dangerous. Schedule I controlled substance!! Don’t end up in federal prison! #justsayno”

Rep. French Hill (R-AR) spoke about his support for marijuana banking legislation.

Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) tweeted, “Together we are going to end the prohibition of marijuana in the United States.”

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The Washington, D.C. Council unanimously approved emergency legislation to protect some, but not all, government workers from employment discrimination over medical cannabis use.

Rhode Island’s House speaker said that there was “no appetite” among lawmakers or constituents to legalize marijuaan this year.

The New Jersey Assembly Appropriations Committee approved a revised medical cannabis expansion bill aimed at avoiding a potential veto from Gov. Phil Murphy (D).

Connecticut regulators are approving hemp cultivation licenses.

Ohio regulators scheduled a public hearing on medical cannabis rules for July 23.

Arkansas regulators approved a third medical cannabis dispensary to open.

Lawmakers from Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota discussed marijuana policy at a conference.


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The Hattiesburg, Mississippi City Council approved a marijuana decriminalization proposal.

The Louisville, Kentucky Metro Council’s Public Safety Committee will consider a proposed ordinance to make marijuana possession the lowest law enforcement priority on Wednesday.

The Monroe County, New York district attorney said her office will no longer prosecute marijuana possession cases.

/ INTERNATIONAL

The Canadian Senate Legal Committee approved a bill to expedite marijuana pardons, setting it up for third reading before the full body this week.

Maltese President George Vella said he has “major reservations” about legalizing marijuana.

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar gave a dismissive response when asked by a lawmaker for a status update on medical cannabis access.

Czech Republic Prime Minister Andrej Babiš hosted a medical cannabis seminar.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that “arrest rates of youths significantly decreased in states that decriminalized cannabis possession for everyone but did not decrease in states that legalized adult use.”

A review concluded that “pain (64%), anxiety (50%), and depression/mood (34%) were common reasons for medical cannabis use.”

A study found that “prevalence and frequency of past-month cannabis use among pregnant women increased between 2002 and 2017 and were higher for the first trimester than later trimesters.”

/ BUSINESS

The Global Cannabis Partnership brought together 45 marijuana companies to set environmental, social and governance standards for the industry.

High Times Holding Corp. is being sued for allegedly failing to pay up to $4 million owed as part of its acquisition of Culture Magazine.

/ CULTURE

Martha Stewart spoke at a marijuana conference and said that “the dialogue around cannabis is finally going positive.”

Woody Harrelson will play Timothy Leary in a television series.

Actor Mark Ruffalo tweeted to ask people to oppose New York bills that he said could “impair the hemp industry, particularly the retail sale of hemp-derived CBD.”

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Congress wants docs on JUUL’s cannabis collaborations (Newsletter: June 18, 2019)

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Psychedelics decrim takes off around the country; Dispensaries don’t increase youth marijuana use; NY legalization situation fluid

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House Subcommittee on Economic and Consumer Policy Chairman Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL) is asking JUUL for documents about any “intended partnerships or collaborations” with “cannabis-related companies, including but not limited to Cronos Group.”

In the wake of successful measures in Denver, Colorado and Oakland, California, activists in cities across the U.S.—and beyond—are planning local moves to decriminalize psychedelics.

A new Colorado marijuana study undermines a key anti-legalization argument, finding that “permitting or not permitting recreational cannabis dispensaries in a community does not appear to change student cannabis use or perceptions towards cannabis.”

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White House Office of National Drug Control Policy Director James Carroll claimed that building a border wall would be a “force multiplier” to stop drug smuggling.

Surgeon General Jerome Adams tweeted, “Whataboutisn is rarely productive- or reasonable. Additives/ chemicals in food are legal & tested to be below scientifically determined safety thresholds- NONE of which is true for cannabis. If we can’t even agree that babies shouldn’t be consuming pot, I worry for us all.”

Former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said that some claims about CBD are “pretty hokey.”

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), a presidential candidate, tweeted, “The fact that the United States continues to arrest hundreds of thousands of black and brown Americans every year for possession of marijuana, while wealthy investors on Wall Street make huge profits off of it, is completely outrageous.”

Sen. Jacky Rosen (D-NV) tweeted, “Nevada’s marijuana businesses are creating jobs and raising millions of dollars in revenues for our state. We must provide these businesses with the @SBAgov resources they need to continue to grow.”

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) tweeted, “If a Schedule I drug shows promise in treating [PTSD, severe depression, opioid addiction], then perhaps it is not the drug that is ‘morally wrong,’ but the law, the schedule – the statute. It’s time to end the War on Drugs.”

Rep. Kurt Schrader (D-OR) tweeted a photo of himself visiting a hemp farm.

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Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards (D) signed bill allowing patients to inhale medical cannabis and setting fees on sales. Separately, regulators released the application form for permits to sell CBD products.

Maine Gov. Janet Mills (D) signed bills clarifying how medical cannabis dispensaries can become for-profits and making technical changes to marijuana laws.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said he thinks lawmakers should not pass legislation to expand marijuana decriminalization without tying it to broader legalization and that he’s “cautiously optimistic” lawmakers can get it done this week. Talks on the issue between the governor’s office and legislative leaders continued on Monday without a deal.

Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak (D) tweeted, “Forcing Nevada’s cannabis businesses to operate on a cash-only basis poses a public safety risk to consumers and employees. I’m proud to join a bipartisan group of 20 governors urging Congress to pass the #SAFEBanking Act.”

The North Carolina Senate passed agricultural legislation containing hemp provisions.

Delaware lawmakers are expected to vote on legislation extending the decriminalization of marijuana to juveniles on Tuesday.

Virginia lawmakers from both parties voiced support for the state attorney general’s endorsement of marijuana decriminalization.

Lawmakers from North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota, along with those from a neighboring Canadian province, are set to discuss marijuana laws at a conference this week.

Washington State regulators said that a new marijuana traceability system will go live on July 15.


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The Hattiesburg, Mississippi City Council is considering a marijuana decriminalization proposal.

San Francisco, California’s mayor is proposing increasing funding for the city’s Office of Cannabis from $700,000 to $1.1 million.

Brooklyn, New York’s district attorney said that any marijuana legalization bill should expunge prior convictions.

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New Zealand’s health minister said he will probably vote in favor of a marijuana legalization referendum next year.

Brazil’s Federal Council of Medicine is urging the government to cancel a public consultation on allowing medical cannabis cultivation.

Russian lawmakers are considering changes to drug laws following public backlash to a case of an investigative journalist arrested on questionable drug charges.

/ ADVOCACY

The National Republican Senatorial Committee, in response to a tweet from actress Bette Middler, touted hemp legalization as one of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-KY) accomplishments.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that “THC:CBD oromucosal spray proved to be an effective and well-tolerated add-on treatment for patients with elsewhere refractory chronic pain – especially of neuropathic origin.”

A study suggested that “as compared to [benzodiazepines], cannabis can be a healthier and less harmful alternative form of treatment for adults living with anxiety.”

/ OPINION & ANALYSIS

The Albuquerque Journal editorial board is calling on New Mexico regulators to exercise greater oversight of the medical cannabis industry.

/ BUSINESS

MTech and MJ Freeway combined to form Akerna Corp., which will begin trading on Nasdaq on Tuesday.

Molson Coors Brewing Co. and Hexo Corp.’s joint venture will start selling marijuana-infused beverages in Canada.

The owner of proposed Massachusetts marijuana dispensary Stem is suing two local businessmen for alleged extortion.

/ CULTURE

BoJack Horseman creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg spoke about taking psychedelic mushrooms.

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