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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.

/ FEDERAL

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.

/ STATES

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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/ LOCAL

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.

/ CULTURE

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

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FL governor candidates battle over cannabis (Newsletter: October 15, 2021)

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SCOTUS rejects safe consumption case; MS gov delaying medical marijuana; Fed study: Legalization tied to fewer seizures; Gupta & Rogan talk cannabis

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A study authored by the head of the federal government’s marijuana farm found that Drug Enforcement Administration seizures of illegal cannabis “decreased dramatically owing to the legalization” of the plant in a growing number of states over the past decade. That backs up reform advocates’ claim that as more legal markets come online they will replace unregulated ones.

Florida Democratic gubernatorial primary rivals Nikki Fried and Charlie Crist are battling over who supports marijuana legalization the most.

Top lawmakers are accusing Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves (R) of stalling a special session to pass a medical cannabis bill by making “unreasonable demands” for changes—including reducing the dosage unit from a standard eighth of an ounce down to 2.8 grams.

The U.S. Supreme Court declined to take up a case on the legality of safe consumption sites for illicit drugs, despite attorneys general from 10 states urging them to hear it. It’ll now move forward in a lower court, where the Biden administration will have to weigh in.

Sanjay Gupta spoke to Joe Rogan about why he changed his mind to support medical marijuana after looking internationally beyond the “very biased” U.S body of research that’s been designed to focus on cannabis’s potential hams.

/ FEDERAL

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture tweeted about funding it awarded to study and define economic opportunities for hemp in the western U.S.

Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) tweeted, “Congress must pass comprehensive cannabis reform, but the Department of Justice can take steps immediately to decriminalize marijuana.”

House Small Business Committee Chairwoman Nydia Velazquez (D-NY) said she supports broad federal marijuana legalization but is fine with passing cannabis banking first.

Florida Democratic congressional candidate Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick tweeted, “Legalizing the personal consumption of cannabis is an idea whose time has come. Expungements are a vital part of this process, too, tied to voting rights and access to jobs.”

/ STATES

Texas’s Department of Agriculture tweeted about a federal hemp survey.

The Michigan Senate approved a bill to let people with marijuana convictions participate in the medical cannabis industry.

New York’s Assembly majority leader is hosting a clinic to help people expunge marijuana records on Saturday.

The Virginia legislature’s Joint Commission on Cannabis Oversight met.

A Pennsylvania representative filed a bill to allow school nurses to administer medical cannabis to students.

Ohio regulators issued a mandatory recall on medical cannabis products sold by Certified Cultivators, LLC due to their not being tested for heavy metals, pesticides, residual solvents and mycotoxins.

South Dakota regulators will make medical cannabis patient applications available “in the coming days.”

Florida regulators published rules for issuing medical cannabis licenses to black farmers. Meanwhile, regulators are also seeking $13 million in funding to support medical marijuana oversight. Democratic gubernatorial candidate Nikki Fried, currently the agriculture commissioner, pushed back on the new rule, saying it “will more than double fees ONLY for Black farmers applying for medical marijuana licenses.”

Washington State regulators proposed rules on evaluating THC compounds. Separately, they will hold a listen and learn session on conceptual rules for cannabis quality control testing on Wednesday.

Colorado regulators proposed changes to medical cannabis registry application processing fees.

Missouri regulators terminated previous emergency rules on hemp.

Alabama’s Medical Cannabis Commission met.

Nevada’s Cannabis Advisory Subcommittee on Social Equity, Diversity & Inclusion will meet on Monday.

Oregon will consider rules for marijuana violations on Wednesday.


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/ LOCAL

The Jackson County, Oregon Board of Commissioners declared a state of emergency over illegal marijuana cultivation and is asking the state for help.

Voters in several Colorado municipalities will decide on ballot measures to allow and/or tax marijuana businesses next month.

/ INTERNATIONAL

Panamanian President Nito Cortizo signed a medical cannabis bill.

Spain’s Congress of Deputies cleared a medical cannabis subcommittee to consider full marijuana legalization.

Pakistan’s science and technology minister said the government will issue cannabis cultivation rules by December.

Mexico’s Supreme Court was scheduled to discuss, but did not act on, a case concerning whether people who possess more than five grams of marijuana without a permit can be criminally charged.

Malaysian lawmakers formed a multi-party caucus on medical cannabis and kratom.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study suggested that “people with ADHD may be using cannabis to self-medicate for many of their symptoms and medication side effects and that more frequent use may mitigate ADHD-related executive dysfunction.”

A review concluded that “an increasing number of retrospective studies have shown a decrease in pain scores after administration of cannabinoids, as well as long-term benefits such as reduced opiate use.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The National Hispanic Cannabis Council  published a report on Hispanic engagement in the marijuana industry.

The New York State Bar Association announced that its president was also appointed president of Ascend Wellness Holdings.

/ BUSINESS

Dutchie ​​completed a $350 million financing round that more than doubles the company’s value to $3.75 billion.

Canopy Growth Corporation is acquiring Wana Brands.

Cresco Labs is acquiring Laurel Harvest Labs, LLC.

A Canadian judge affirmed an extension of the planned takeover of iAnthus Capital Holdings Inc. by Gotham Green Partners LLC.

Green Thumb Industries Inc. announced the first nonprofit recipients of support through its Good Green Grant Program.

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Biden VA opposes cannabis research bill (Newsletter: October 14, 2021)

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Fed drug official gives MD legalization advice; NV’s $1 billion in marijuana sales; Cannabis & psychedelics on ballots across US next month

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The Biden administration’s Department of Veterans Affairs testified before the House Veterans’ Affairs Health Subcommittee that it opposes a bill to expand research on the benefits of medical cannabis for military veterans struggling with PTSD and chronic pain, calling its provisions too “prescriptive.”

A top federal official with the National Institute on Drug Abuse gave advice to Maryland lawmakers who are crafting a marijuana legalization referendum for the 2022 ballot. She has concerns about commercialization but signaled reform’s inevitability by weighing in on policy areas such as potency limits, marketing restrictions, labeling requirements, product testing mandates and other regulatory matters. She also described the need to allow public consumption of cannabis as a “social equity” issue so that people don’t get evicted from their housing.

The Nevada Cannabis Compliance Board and the Nevada Department of Taxation announced that retailers in the state sold more than $1 billion worth of legal marijuana products over the past fiscal year.

Although 2021 is an off-year election, voters in cities and states across the country will decide on ballot measures next month to decriminalize marijuana, deprioritize enforcement against psychedelics, increase marijuana taxes and more.

/ FEDERAL

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service sent a press release about a survey of hemp producers it is mailing out next week.

The National Institute on Drug Abuse will host a meeting to review grant applications on using cannabinoids to treat HIV-associated persistent inflammation on November 19.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) tweeted, “Americans are sending a clear message—they want an end to marijuana prohibition. That’s why @SenBooker, @RonWyden, and I are working to pass our Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act to end the federal prohibition and undo the harms of the War on Drugs.”

Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) tweeted about visiting a marijuana dispensary, saying, “It defies common sense that dispensaries like @GoGreenMuse in Portland are denied banking services because of arcane federal laws. I’ll continue working to end the federal prohibition of cannabis and deliver much-needed relief to small businesses in Oregon and nationwide.”

Kentucky Democratic congressional candidate Morgan McGarvey, currently the state Senate minority leader, supports legalizing marijuana.

/ STATES

Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves (R) said there are still some details to work out on a medical cannabis bill before he is ready to call a special session.

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) was pressed during a debate on why he hasn’t commuted sentences of or issued pardons to people who are incarcerated for marijuana. Meanwhile, the lieutenant governor tweeted, “New Jersey is a leader in criminal justice reform. With our approach to legalizing adult-use cannabis and recognizing how the War on Drugs disproportionately impacted our Black and Brown communities, we’re able to make our criminal justice system fairer for all.”

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) tweeted, “Bills are moving. It’s time to legalize marijuana. Let’s get it done.”

New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) tweeted, “Promise made, promise kept: last spring I called the #NMleg into a special session to legalize recreational cannabis because I promised New Mexicans we would get it done. And now, we’ve created a new economic driver for New Mexico.”

The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled in two cases that employers do not have to reimburse workers for medical cannabis used to treat work-related injuries.

Montana regulators filed proposed recreational marijuana rules.

Massachusetts regulators halted marijuana sales at ACK Natural after it allegedly failed to properly test products for mycotoxins.

Missouri regulators released medical cannabis products that had been placed on an administrative hold.

Washington State regulators released an updated list of pesticides that are allowed for use in marijuana production.

West Virginia regulators will host medical cannabis patient signup events next week.

Colorado regulators published an overview of how marijuana tax revenue funds education.

Arkansas regulators published updated data on medical cannabis patient registrations.

Tennessee’s Medical Cannabis Commission will meet on Thursday.


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Denver, Colorado’s mayor tweeted about a cannabis social equity resource fair on Saturday, saying, “Many people of color are still weighed down by past convictions for possession of marijuana and, as a result, they are barred from entering the industry. We are working to fix that.”

The Clark County, Nevada Commission is considering funding a Pathway to Ownership program aimed at increasing social equity in the marijuana industry.

/ INTERNATIONAL

The Israeli Knesset gave initial approval to a medical cannabis regulation bill.

Germany’s Health Ministry reiterated opposition to marijuana legalization after a health spokesperson for the top vote-getting party in recent elections expressed support for the reform.

Western Australia’s government plans to investigate medical cannabis access issues and hemp commercialization opportunities.

A Mexican senator is hosting a series of events about marijuana.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that “CBD alleviates liver injuries in alcoholics with high-fat high-cholesterol diet.”

A study examining “psilocybin administration combined with a structured smoking cessation treatment program in nicotine dependent individuals” is now recruiting participants.

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

A poll found that 60 percent of Britons think criminalization of drugs is ineffective in preventing use and that they are much less likely to think marijuana is dangerous as compared to alcohol or tobacco.

NORML published a report highlighting concerns about delta-8 THC products.

/ BUSINESS

Lantern transitioned to an independent corporate entity following Uber’s acquisition of its former parent company Drizly Group.

IGNITE International Brands, Ltd. is discontinuing its cannabis business in Canada.

CBD company FullSend Inc. is suing YouTube influencer firm Nelk Inc. over an alleged intimidation campaign regarding trademark infringement accusations.

Colorado retailers sold $192.9 million worth of legal marijuana products in August.

/ CULTURE

Stevie Van Zandt launched a line of cannabis products.

Conor McGregor tweeted about his use of CBD to manage pain.

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OH GOP lawmakers announce cannabis legalization bill (Newsletter: October 13, 2021)

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SD marijuana ballot initiative launches; Denver psilocybin panel pushes decrim expansion; Fed judge blocks MO residency rule for cannabis biz

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Ohio Republican state representatives announced they will soon file a new bill to legalize marijuana. The move comes as activists are collecting signatures to place a cannabis legalization initiative on next year’s state ballot.

South Dakota’s secretary of state cleared activists to begin collecting signatures to put a marijuana legalization initiative on the 2022 ballot. They have less than a month to turn in the needed petitions to qualify.

Denver, Colorado’s official Psilocybin Mushroom Policy Review Panel is recommending that the City Council expand the voter-approved decriminalization of psychedelic fungus to include gifting, communal use and “safe/therapeutic use sites.”

A federal judge is granting a permanent injunction blocking Missouri’s residency requirement for medical cannabis business ownership.

/ FEDERAL

The Food and Drug Administration issued its first authorizations of nicotine vaping products.

Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) spoke about Senate Democratic leadership’s decision to pursue a comprehensive marijuana legalization bill ahead of cannabis banking legislation.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) tweeted, “For too long, our country’s federal cannabis policy has disproportionately harmed people of color—preventing many from voting, pursuing an education & building intergenerational wealth. @SenBooker & I are calling on the DOJ to decriminalize cannabis.”

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) tweeted, “I’ve made it my goal to stand with farmers. From fighting for our hemp industry to fighting to end overburdensome regulations, I believe in helping our farmers excel!”

Pennsylvania Democratic senate candidate John Fetterman, currently the state’s lieutenant governor, tweeted, “Agriculture is our top industry. Pennsylvania has the very best farmers anywhere. This Farmers’ Day let’s make sure every one of them has broadband where they live + a new, massive cash crop by legalizing marijuana.  When PA Republicans now say ‘it’s inevitable’- Why not?”

/ STATES

Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Nikki Fried, currently the agriculture commissioner, said hemp”is a magical plant” and is “going to be a revolutionary product.”

Ohio Democratic gubernatorial candidate Nan Whaley, currently Dayton’s mayor, tweeted, “I’ve long been a supporter of marijuana legalization, so I’m glad it is finally getting some bipartisan support.”

Mississippi’s House speaker reiterated his support for holding a special session to pass a medical cannabis bill and other legislation.

A New York senator accused former Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) of “purposefully delaying” the implementation of marijuana legalization.

Pennsylvania senators sent a press release about their recently introduced marijuana legalization bill.

Oklahoma activists held a press conference to discuss their newly filed proposed marijuana ballot initiatives.

The New Mexico legislature’s Finance Authority Oversight Committee will consider rules for a cannabis microbusiness loan program on Thursday.

Missouri’s Supreme Court accepted a request to hear a case seeking to force regulators to release medical cannabis cultivation license application information.

Arkansas regulators approved rules changes to allow the state to issue two remaining medical cannabis dispensary licenses.

Colorado regulators proposed rules on marijuana business licenses.

Nevada regulators adopted new hemp rules.

Kansas regulators filed hemp processing rules.

Utah regulators posted a monthly report about the medical cannabis program.

Virginia’s Forensic Science Board will consider rules for marijuana field tests on Thursday.


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Detroit, Michigan’s Legislative Policy Division prepared a summary of the psychedelics decriminalization measure on the November ballot.

The Marin County, California district attorney dropped or reduced 514 marijuana charges.

/ INTERNATIONAL

The German Police Union is speaking out against the possible legalization of marijuana under a new government coalition.

Nepal’s health minister is pushing lawmakers to pass a marijuana legalization bill.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found “modest or no adverse effects of marijuana liberalization policies on the array of perinatal outcomes considered.”

A study found that “while governmental biomedical research funding bodies in other countries have begun funding clinical trials of psychedelic-assisted therapies during the psychedelic renaissance, [the U.S. National Institutes of Health] has yet to directly fund a single psychedelic-assisted therapy clinical trial.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The Philadelphia Inquirer editorial board endorsed the local marijuana legalization referendum that’s on the city’s November ballot.

The National Urban League hosted a chat about its support for equity-focused marijuana legalization.

Missouri NORML’s executive director had his law license suspended by the state Supreme Court over an alleged conflict of interest in a criminal case in which he represented two defendants.

/ BUSINESS

PharmaCann Inc. is acquiring LivWell Enlightened Health.

Charlotte’s Web Holdings, Inc. earned U.S. Department of Agriculture organic certification for its corporate farm.

Flowhub closed a $19 million strategic funding round that included support from Jay-Z.

Harborside Inc. plans to install an onsite renewable energy microgrid at its cannabis production campus.

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