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Key chairman works to clear path for cannabis floor vote (Newsletter: November 20, 2019)

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AOC blasts Biden’s marijuana comments; Virginia decrim bill filed for 2020; Yang predicts Biden evolution beyond “gateway” theory

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House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) told Marijuana Moment that he’s actively talking to other chairs about waiving their jurisdiction on his cannabis descheduling bill so it can go to the floor after Wednesday’s vote in his panel.

In an interview with Marijuana Moment, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) blasted former Vice President Joe Biden’s comments on cannabis being a potential gateway drug as “Reagan-era talking points”:

  • “That rhetoric is rhetoric of mass incarceration. The only thing that marijuana, due to the failures of U.S. policy, is a gateway to is our mass incarceration system.”

Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang predicts that former Vice President Joe Biden will stop thinking about marijuana as a potential “gateway drug” and will come around to supporting legalization once he takes a look at more evidence.

A Virginia senator prefiled a marijuana decriminalization bill for the 2020 session—a proposal that stands a good chance of being enacted with the support of the governor and the legislature’s newly elected Democratic leadership.

/ FEDERAL

The House of Representatives approved a bill to extend funding for the federal government—including riders such as the provision that protects state medical cannabis laws from federal interference—through December 20.

The Drug Enforcement Administration is taking issue with a provision in proposed U.S. Department of Agriculture hemp regulations concerning the listing of approved testing labs.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released updated guidance for healthcare providers on vaping-related lung injuries.

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), a presidential candidate, spoke about the need to ensure equity in the marijuana industry. She also tweeted, “The War on Drugs was an abject failure. It’s time to legalize marijuana and bring justice to people of color harmed by failed drug policies. Grateful for @RepJerryNadler’s partnership on this issue. I look forward to getting our bill one step closer to becoming law.”

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), a presidential candidate, tweeted, “The criminalization of marijuana has been a disaster. We are going to legalize it, expunge past convictions and invest in communities of color that have been devastated by the War on Drugs.”

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), a presidential candidate, said she supports allowing interstate cannabis commerce and marijuana social use areas.

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (D), a potential presidential candidate, criticized President Trump for backing off of a plan to ban flavored vaping products, tweeting, “If President Trump won’t take steps to protect our children, then we need someone in the office who will.”

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) joked at an event honoring former House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) that “if his interests in marijuana started earlier he might have even enjoyed a more relaxing speakership.”

Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) said she removed language from a draft resolution on replacing drug possession arrests with civil citations because fines “can lead to further involvement in the justice system,” but she didn’t explain why the introduced measure no longer calls for ending arrests.

Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) spoke about her support for federal marijuana law reform.

The House comprehensive medical cannabis bill got one new cosponsor for a total of 13.

The House bill to legalize medical cannabis for military veterans got one new cosponsor for a total of four.

The House bill to shield military veterans from losing benefits due to marijuana use got one new cosponsor for a total of 13.

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Idaho Gov. Brad Little (R) issued an executive order allowing hemp to be transported across the state.

Minnesota’s House majority leader is consulting with Colorado officials to inform the drafting of a marijuana legalization bill he plans to introduce. Meanwhile, the Senate majority leader criticized Democrats for pursuing cannabis legalization

The Washington, D.C. Council approved a bill to remove the plant count cap at medical cannabis cultivation facilities.

The Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled that cities can regulate medical cannabis businesses.

A former Arizona House minority leader called out out the hypocrisy of a prosecutor who is blaming the opioid crisis in part on legal marijuana—when she led an anti-legalization campaign in 2016 that took in half a million dollars from an opioid company.

Michigan regulators awarded the state’s first recreational marijuana business licenses, clearing the way for sales to begin on December 1.

Florida’s agriculture commissioner spoke about how marijuana is less dangerous than alcohol.

Kentucky’s Agriculture Department will host a hemp summit on December 4.

West Virginia regulators will begin accepting medical cannabis business license applications on December 19.

Illinois regulators approved another group of medical cannabis dispensaries to sell recreational marijuana.

A New York senator tweeted, “On marijuana, the assignment is far from complete. In spite of some progress, heavily racialized enforcement continues in NYS. We must finally end the failed policy of prohibition and ensure that deeply impacted communities are helped to be made whole.”


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People of color made up more than 90 percent of New York City marijuana possession arrests last quarter.

The Brooklyn, New York district attorney is planning to drop marijuana charges in a case in which police seized what a business said was legal hemp.

The Minneapolis, Minnesota mayor tweeted, “People in our state living with chronic pain shouldn’t be collateral damage in the war on drugs. Neither should victims of mass incarceration. Prohibition on cannabis has failed. It’s past time MN responsibly legalizes and begins righting these wrongs.”

/ INTERNATIONAL

Malta’s economy minister said the government is working on legislation to allow the production of cannabis for veterinary medical use.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

An epilepsy study found that “CBD treatments were effective compared with placebo, regardless of the dose administered.”

A review found “no consensus among studies that cannabis use is associated with reduced opioid use or longer treatment retention when used during methadone maintenance therapy in patients with opioid use disorder.”

A study found that “people with more severe [multiple sclerosis], and men, are more likely to use cannabis for MS.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

Organized crime and drug policy academic Bruce Bagley has been charged with alleged involvement in a scheme to launder $2.5 million in proceeds from bribery and corruption in Venezuela.

The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies is reportedly considering getting involved in the creation of a network of psychedelic psychotherapy clinics.

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Merida Capital Partners  and the Minority Cannabis Business Association announced the recipients of $500,000 in investments for minority-owned marijuana businesses.

Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. reported $61.8 million in quarterly earnings.

Heavenly Rx is doing reverse takeover of Nasdaq-listed Therapix Biosciences.

Eaze launched a new data portal for its brand and retail partners.

Leafly published an investigation into CBD product manufacturing and labeling.

A survey of marijuana investors found that “while 86 percent of individual investors are concerned about a global recession over the next 12-18 months, they remain bullish on the cannabis sector.”

/ CULTURE

Rapper Fab 5 Freddy tweeted, “Shocking that @JoeBiden said he would not legalize cannabis and that it may be a ‘Gateway’ drug. He’s right in that its a Gateway to Prison for people of color like it still is here in NYC! He needs to watch my #GrassIsGreenerFilm & LEARN!”

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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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Legal psilocybin therapy qualifies for Oregon ballot (Newsletter: July 9, 2020)

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Fed marijuana PSA filmed like horror movie; Congressman wants to block DC psychedelics decrim; Study: Legal cannabis reduces crime

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The Oregon secretary of state announced that activists collected enough signatures to put a measure to legalize psilocybin therapy on the November ballot. This comes one week after a separate initiative to decriminalize all drug possession in the state and expand treatment services also qualified for the ballot.

Rep. Andy Harris (R-MD), whose budget rider has prevented Washington, D.C. from legalizing marijuana sales, is now trying to block a psychedelics decriminalization measure that could be on the November ballot in the nation’s capital.

  • “This is a bald-faced attempt to just make these very serious, very potent, very dangerous—both short-term and long-term—hallucinogenic drugs broadly available.”

A new National Highway Traffic Safety Administration PSA on impaired driving is styled like a horror film and urges people not to operate a car while high on marijuana even if they are being chased by an axe-wielding murderer.

A study found that “border counties in the Colorado region saw substantial decreases in overall property crime rate and larceny rate relative to nonborder counties following Colorado’s legalization” of marijuana.

  • “This finding suggests that recreational marijuana legalization in a state (e.g., Colorado) may not bring about negative consequences on crime in neighboring states, which challenges the assertions made by public officials in these neighboring states arguing a crime-inducing effect of legalization.”

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture added hemp to a list of seed kinds for which it maintains standards for certification.

Tennessee Democratic congressional candidate Christopher Hale tweeted, “Why is that kids and veterans who smoke marijuana have criminal records, but Wall Street executives who committed massive fraud and wrecked our economy do not? I’ll be the most pro-weed Congressman God ever made. I’m asking for your support.”

/ STATES

Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor is touting marijuana legalization as a fiscal stimulus for the state.

Ohio regulators added cachexia as a medical cannabis qualifying condition, but rejected anxiety and autism spectrum disorder.

Oklahoma regulators agreed to temporarily not enforce rules that could force some medical cannabis businesses to close down while a judge considers a lawsuit challenging them.

Guam regulators plan to finalize a draft of legal marijuana rules for public comment by next month.

Nevada regulators are projecting $10 million less revenue from recreational marijuana sales for Fiscal Year 2021.

Massachusetts regulators will consider marijuana vaping issues and enforcement actions on Thursday.

Florida regulators will hold a workshop on hemp rules on Thursday.


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/ LOCAL

The Grand Rapids, Michigan City Commission approved a measure to advance social equity in the marijuana industry and to fast-track approval of businesses.

The Nevada County, California district attorney filed a motion to dismiss nearly 600 prior marijuana convictions and reduce more than 50 cannabis felonies to misdemeanors.

/ INTERNATIONAL

The UK’s Department of Health and Social Care is conducting an open consultation looking at “the ways in which drugs are fuelling serious violence and at treatment, recovery and prevention.”

The Bahamas National Commission on Marijuana plans to resume its review of cannabis issues soon.

The Colombian government gave approval for a company to grow, produce and export high-THC medicinal cannabis extracts.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A review concluded that “pre-clinical and clinical data suggest a potential for therapeutic benefit [of medical cannabis] amongst some persons with [autism spectrum disorder] and that it is overall well tolerated.”

A study concluded that “current school-based cannabis prevention efforts do not appear sufficiently effective.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

Marijuana activist and lobbyist Eapen Thampy pleaded guilty to federal charges of attempted cannabis distribution.

A Harm Reduction International analysis found that “around a fourth of countries implementing [coronavirus-related prison] decongestion schemes explicitly excluded people incarcerated for drug offences; effectively prioritising punitive approaches to drug control over the health of the prison population and the individual.”

The National Association of Cannabis Businesses said it will be drafting recommendations for marijuana social equity programs.

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Several ancillary marijuana businesses—including Akerna, Metrc and Arcview Group— received Paycheck Protection Program loans from the Small Business Administration.

The Justice Department is reportedly investigating whether Wirecard participated in an alleged $100 million bank fraud conspiracy connected to Eaze, which hasn’t been charged or named directly in documents in the case.

Ignite International, Ltd. is being sued by its former president who says he was fired for refusing to go along with founder Dan Bilzerian’s efforts to classify “extravagant personal expenses” as business-related.

Enlighten says it is the first cannabis company to have data listed on Amazon’s AWS Data Exchange.

KushCo Holdings, Inc. reported quarterly net revenue of $22.3 million and a net loss of approximately $13.5 million.

Insurance costs for marijuana businesses are reportedly rising as more cannabis companies face shareholder lawsuits.

/ CULTURE

Ice Cube tweeted an editorial cartoon of an incarcerated person reading a newspaper with the headline, “Marijuana Is OK Now.”

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Congress puts new cannabis provisions in spending bills (Newsletter: July 8, 2020)

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NYC finalizes marijuana testing ban; Study: CBD mouthwash works better than regular products; IL cannabis sales spike in June

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House Appropriations Committee leaders included provisions in new 2021 spending legislation to protect marijuana business banking, shield medical cannabis laws from federal interference, let Washington, D.C. legalize recreational sales, expand research and fund hemp and CBD regulations.

The New York City Commission on Human Rights finalized a local ban on pre-employment marijuana testing for most workers, but added new last-minute exceptions that will still allow some companies to screen applicants for cannabis. The policy takes effect on July 24.

The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation announced that the state’s marijuana businesses had their biggest month of legal sales yet in June. Retailers sold $47.6 million worth of recreational cannabis products last month, with $12.4 million of that being bought by out-of-state residents.

A study found that mouthwash products infused with CBD, CBG and other marijuana compounds “offer a much safer, efficient and natural alternative to alcohol and/or fluoride containing mouthwashes.”

  • “Cannabinoids (CBD / CBG) infused mouthwashes together with other natural key ingredients shows promising bactericidal activity in vitro against total-culturable aerobic bacterial content in dental plaque with efficiency equivalent to or better than that of the gold standard (0.2% chlorhexidine),” the research, which was funded by a company that makes cannabinoid-based dental products, found.

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The National Institute on Drug Abuse funded a Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America publication that suggests communities enact policies banning or restricting legal marijuana businesses.

Rep. Lou Correa (D-CA) tweeted, “Cannabis legalization is a matter of justice for veterans & POC. We know cannabis helps vets with PTSD & chronic injuries. We know black men are 4x more likely to be jailed over cannabis. Sean Worsley is in prison for treating the injuries the VA couldn’t. Where’s his justice?”

Washington Democratic congressional candidate Jason Call tweeted, “I support the federal decriminalization of marijuana/cannabis.”

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Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor wrote in an op-ed that policing reform should include marijuana legalization.

Oklahoma regulators are ready to begin enforcing a requirement that medical cannabis products sold by processors and growers be tested by a licensed laboratory.

Florida’s Hemp Advisory Committee will meet on Thursday.

Oregon regulators will meet on Thursday.


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The Napa County, California district attorney announced her office has identified additional prior marijuana cases that can be reduced or dismissed.

/ INTERNATIONAL

New Zealand’s chief science advisor published an overview of evidence about marijuana ahead of a legalization referendum vote.

Mexican regulators said they plan to finalize medical cannabis regulations by September.

Jamaican regulators proposed a new medical cannabis permit with reduced fees for small and subsistence farmers.

Ontario, Canada marijuana stores must stop delivery and curbside pickup services this month.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study analyzing county-by-county support for marijuana legalization ballot measures found that “stronger Republican political leanings and/or higher percentages of Black or Hispanic residents were associated with reduced support, whereas higher education, male sex composition, and greater past criminalization were associated with increased support for cannabis legalization.”

A review concluded that MDMA-assisted psychotherapy produces a “clinically significant reduction in PTSD symptoms and enduring improvements in functioning and overall life satisfaction” and that “results have been promising for psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy for those afflicted with Major Depressive Disorder and end of life illnesses such as terminal cancer, indicating not only improved mood and functioning, but additional peripheral benefits such as acceptance of death, participation in social relationships, and positive personality changes.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The National Industrial Hemp Council and Hemp Industries Association are working to explore the creation of a marketing checkoff program to promote hemp.

/ BUSINESS

Steep Hill is accusing its former CEO of improperly revealing a previously confidential transaction with EVIO, Inc.

MedMen Enterprises Inc. is reportedly at risk of losing a chance to get a Pasadena, California marijuana business permit due to substantial changes to its corporate ownership structure.

/ CULTURE

Johnny Depp acknowledged that he gave his 13-year-old daughter marijuana.

Taiwanese singer Hsieh Ho-hsien was found guilty of disseminating false information and fined after sharing a post on Instagram claiming that marijuana could “kill” coronavirus.

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DC psychedelics decrim campaign submits ballot signatures (Newsletter: July 7, 2020)

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Forest Service hires hazmat firm for marijuana eradication; MS medical cannabis measure avoids challenge; Study: cannabis consumers exercise more

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Activists in Washington, D.C. submitted what they believe are more than enough signatures to qualify a psychedelics decriminalization measure for the November ballot in the nation’s capital.

  • “I can see the Capitol from my house. I think it’s really important to acknowledge that this could lay the groundwork for national reform.”

The U.S. Forest Service is hiring a hazmat firm to train agents on how to safely eradicate marijuana from illegal cultivation sites after too many were “getting sick” and “requiring trips to emergency rooms with possible long term health effects” due to “unique hazardous chemicals” used by unregulated growers.

Mississippi medical cannabis advocates are relieved after one more threat to their legalization measure on the November ballot stalled in the legislature as lawmakers went home for the summer. But they still have an alternate cannabis ballot question to deal with.

A new study of exercise behaviors and body mass index among older adults smashes the ‘lazy stoner’ stereotype.

  • “Current cannabis use was associated with lower BMI and more exercise behavior in healthy older adults wishing to increase their physical activity… These findings suggest that it may be easier for older adults who endorse using cannabis to increase and maintain their exercise behavior, potentially because cannabis users have lower body weight than their non-using peers. At minimum, the evidence suggests that cannabis use does not hinder older adults’ ability to engage in physical activity, to participate in a supervised exercise program, or to increase their fitness as a result of physical activity.”

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The policy director for former Vice President Joe Biden’s presidential campaign said that “as science ends up with more conclusive evidence regarding the impact of marijuana, I think he would look at that data. But he’s being asked to make a decision right now. This is where the science guides him.”

The House Armed Services Committee approved report language directing the Department of Defense to compile data on the reasons people are being denied security clearances, including for marijuana and other drugs.

/ STATES

Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor tweeted, “Know this:  marijuana is classified as a Schedule I drug federally.  Veterans w PTSD cannot be prescribed cannabis by the VA. On my 67 County tour, we heard from veteran after veteran:  the country I defended considers me a criminal using the 1 thing that makes me feel normal.”

Kentucky’s agriculture commissioner tweeted, “60 new full time jobs and $16 million investment in next generation AgTech jobs with @ecofibre grand opening today in Scott Co! They sell hemp products around the world and CVS stores. Congrats!”

North Dakota marijuana activists working on a proposed legalization ballot measure for 2022 say they already have between a third and a half of the signatures they will need.

Illinois regulators adopted a rule clarifying that marijuana-infused foods must be taxed at the 6.25% general merchandise rate instead of the 1% rate that applies to most groceries.

Ohio regulators rejected requests from medical cannabis cultivators to increase their capacity.

Florida regulators are considering allowing medical cannabis recommendations to be made via telehealth on a permanent basis.

Nevada’s Cannabis Compliance Board will consider adopting regulations on July 21.

Virginia regulators published a FAQ about the state’s medical cannabis law.


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St. Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Timothy Harris created a new Medicinal Cannabis Authority.

Ireland’s health minister is standing by a prior interview in which he said marijuana possession should be decriminalized and that he supports safe consumption sites for illegal drugs.

The Amsterdam, Netherlands City Council voted to explore how to ban marijuana-flavored products sold in tourist shops.

A member of the UK House of Lords pressed government officials on access to cannabis for medical and research purposes.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study concluded that “low doses of Δ9‐THC are anticonvulsant against hyperthermia‐induced seizures in Scn1a +/ mice, effects that are enhanced by a sub‐anticonvulsant dose of CBD” but that “proconvulsant effects and increased premature mortality are observed when CBD and Δ9‐THC are subchronically dosed in combination.”

A study concluded that “stable isotope ratio analysis of marijuana seizures can significantly improve our understanding of marijuana distribution networks.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

Students for Sensible Drug Policy’s executive director and deputy director are stepping down as the organization experiences budget shortfalls.

The University of Pennsylvania Democrats said that presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden should endorse legalizing marijuana.

/ BUSINESS

Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced that the company is selling limited edition short shorts for the price of $69.420.

Aphria Inc. issued more than 1.6 million common shares to Aleafia Health subsidiary Emblem Cannabis as part of a previously announced settlement.

Aurora Cannabis Inc. appointed a new chief commercial officer.

Schwazze terminated two planned acquisitions with Dabble Extracts.

/ CULTURE

Elton John said he “saw God” while smoking a joint and listening to a Kraftwerk album.

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