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LA House votes to decriminalize cannabis (Newsletter: May 12, 2021)

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CT could hold special session on marijuana; Schumer on banking & legalization; USPTO appeal could impact cannabis & psychedelics companies

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The Louisiana House of Representatives voted to decriminalize marijuana possession. A separate bill to legalize cannabis sales is scheduled for floor consideration on Wednesday.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) reiterated that he does not want to pass marijuana banking legislation ahead of a broader legalization bill.

  • “We’re not going to bargain against ourselves.”

Connecticut’s House speaker says marijuana legalization could be taken up in a special session if lawmakers run out of time during the regular session. Meanwhile, Gov. Ned Lamont (D) said it’s up to the legislature to merge competing cannabis bills into something he can sign.

A CBD drinks company is appealing the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s position that businesses can’t register products that aren’t currently legal but could be soon. The result could have huge implications for marijuana and psychedelics firms.

The Aspen, Colorado City Council discussed potential measures to decriminalize psychedelics but did not take any action—with some members saying that no local moves should be made ahead of state or federal reforms.

/ FEDERAL

Former President Donald Trump excitedly posted about a pleading in a lawsuit that he says has implications for his effort to undermine the results of last year’s presidential election but which actually concerns a local ballot measure on whether to allow marijuana businesses.

The National Institute on Drug Abuse published a blog post and a FAQ about the new standard unit of THC to be used in marijuana research.

The Government Accountability Office published a report examining the Drug Enforcement Administration’s scheduling of fentanyl-related substances.

Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) tweeted about visiting a hemp business.

Rep. Dwight Evans (D-PA) tweeted, “Congress needs to address the structural disadvantages impacting entrepreneurs of color and level the playing field. That means ensuring communities of color are able to share in the success of the booming cannabis industry.”

Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (R-PA) tweeted, “Governor Wolf is taking a page right out of Gov. Cuomo’s playbook: Call for legal marijuana in an attempt to make people forget about his mishandling of the pandemic. Nice try, but we won’t forget how you endangered PA seniors by forcing COVID+ patients into nursing homes.”

/ STATES

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) tweeted, “It’s high time we legalize adult-use marijuana in Pennsylvania, clear the records of those found guilty of marijuana offenses, and work to restore justice to people caught up in the discriminatory war on drugs.”

Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jennifer McClellan tweeted, “I will use my executive power to pardon anyone incarcerated for a marijuana possession offense and oversee equitable marijuana licensing and entrepreneurship for Black and Brown communities.”

Michigan’s attorney general tweeted about an upcoming event aimed at helping people to expunge past marijuana and other convictions.

The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services tweeted, “Florida #Hemp has a lot to be proud of in just one year, but Floridians have even more to look forward to as this industry grows for years to come!”

The Missouri House of Representatives approved an amendment requiring regulators to disclose ownership information about medical cannabis businesses.

The Massachusetts legislatures’s Joint Committee on Cannabis Policy held a hearing on bills to address issues caused by agreements between municipalities and the marijuana businesses they host, just as new research shows localities have collected at least $2.46 million more in payments from cannabis firms than is legally required.

A New Jersey court ruled that Pepsi Bottling Company must reimburse a former employee for medical cannabis costs.

Minnesota regulators will accept petitions to add new medical cannabis qualifying conditions from June 1 through July 31

Tennessee regulators published a list of companies that are licensed to see hemp seed.

The California Cannabis Advisory Committee and its subcommittees will hold three meetings this month.

Wisconsin regulators will provide an update on hemp rules on Thursday.


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/ LOCAL

A proposed Denver, Colorado ballot measure would increase marijuana taxes to fund pandemic research.

Boston, Massachusetts regulators are proposing to require marijuana businesses to get permission to partner with delivery services.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A review concluded that “the majority of the literature reviewed demonstrated the use of cannabis by adults with chronic pain resulted in better pain control and/or fewer opioids required to control pain in this population.”

A study found that “psilocybin has promising effects on the patients with depression/anxiety even after a single dose.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

A poll found that New York voters support the state’s legalization of marijuana, 67%-27%.

The South Dakota Democratic Party tweeted about a legislative move to let law enforcement agencies block police from using medical cannabis.

The Minority Cannabis Business Association announced new board members.

The Albuquerque Journal editorial board said it is important to protect medical cannabis patients’ access as recreational legalization is implemented.

The Boston Globe editorial board decried local agreements with marijuana businesses that it says are openings to corruption.

The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce published articles that are critical of social equity components in a pending marijuana legalization bill.

/ BUSINESS

Charlotte’s Web Holdings, Inc. reported quarterly revenue $23.4 million and a net loss and comprehensive loss of $13.9 million.

MedMen Enterprises Inc. reported quarterly revenue of $32 million and a net loss of $9.7 million.

Tilray, Inc. reported quarterly revenue of $31.4 million and a net loss of $341 million.

Aleafia Health Inc. reported quarterly net revenue of C$7 million and a net loss of C$11.2 million.

A federal judge granted Canopy Growth Corporation’s move to escape a class action lawsuit alleging that the company misled investors about the strength of the Canadian marijuana market.

Pabst Labs is expanding its line of cannabis-infused drinks.

HEXO Corp. established an at-the-market equity program allowing it to sell up to C$150 million worth of shares.

A subsidiary of Curaleaf International launched a range of medical cannabis products in Germany.

Schwazze launched a research and development subsidiary, Schwazze Biosciences Ltd.

Optimi Health Corp. and Numinus Wellness Inc. submitted an application for a psilocybin extract pre-clinical trial to Canadian officials.

Harborside Inc. has a new vice president of production.

/ CULTURE

Clint Eastwood is asking a federal court to issue a default judgement against Mediatonas UAB for allegedly publishing a fabricated interview showing him endorsing CBD products.

Deepak Chopra participated in a chat about marijuana.

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DE legal cannabis vote delayed (Newsletter: June 11, 2021)

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WY marijuana ballot measures; RI speaker: cannabis could pass in summer; Congress advances bill study dispensary products; VA legalization site

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A planned Delaware House of Representatives vote on a marijuana legalization bill was postponed as the sponsor works to build support with various amendments. Several of his floated changes would scale back equity provisions.

Rhode Island’s House speaker says marijuana legalization won’t be in the budget but that lawmakers may reconvene in the summer or fall to tackle the issue after details from three separate cannabis plans are reconciled. Gov. Dan McKee (D) also says he “wouldn’t be surprised” to see the bills move forward later this year.

Wyoming voters may get the chance to decide on two marijuana ballot initiatives in 2022. The Libertarian Party plans to file the measures—one on medical cannabis and the other on decriminalization—with the secretary of state on Friday.

The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee approved legislation to let scientists study the actual marijuana that consumers are purchasing from dispensaries instead of researching only government-produced cannabis. It now heads to the House floor.

Virginia regulators launched a new website to educate people about what’s allowed—and what’s not—under the state’s new marijuana legalization law taking effect on July 1.

/ FEDERAL

The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy touted the reduction of poppy cultivation and potential heroin production in Mexico for the third consecutive year.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) asked a Politico cannabis reporter if she was stoned during an interview.

Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-AK) said he supports some federal marijuana policy reforms but not ending prohibition altogether.

Rep. Glenn Grothman (R-WI) asked a question during a House hearing about whether the legalization of marijuana is causing cartels to smuggle other drugs.

Rep. Mike Simpson (R-ID) wrote about his opposition to legalizing marijuana in a constituent letter.

/ STATES

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis (D) dodged a question about whether he would sign a bill to enact cannabis restrictions that’s on his desk. Separately, regulators sent a bulletin about the Friday expiration of policies enacted during the coronavirus pandemic, including the allowance of remote sales transactions and suspension of fingerprinting for license renewal applications. They also sent a bulletin warning about fraud against marijuana businesses.

New York lawmakers are likely to delay the appointment of members to the new cannabis regulatory body, though a former assemblyman is reportedly likely to be named chairman.

A Pennsylvania appeals court ruled that a man who was fired after failing a drug test due to medical cannabis use can receive unemployment benefits.

The Washington State Social Equity in Cannabis Task Force’s Disproportionately Impacted Communities Workgroup will meet on Wednesday.

Michigan regulators will host a marijuana social equity education and outreach session on Thursday.


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New York City Democratic mayoral candidates debated restrictions on where marijuana can be smoked.

The Gwinnett County, Georgia Police Citizens Advisory Board is finalizing a recommendation in support of decriminalizing marijuana.

A Polk County, Iowa attorney candidate said resources should be redirected to violent crime and sexual assault by shifting focus away from prosecuting non-violent low level misdemeanors like marijuana possession.

/ INTERNATIONAL

Spain’s Congress approved the creation of a subcommittee to examine medical cannabis issues.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study concluded that “patients find cannabis treatment effective for a broad range of medical conditions.”

A review concluded there are a “rising number of publications with substantial results on the valuable therapeutic innovation of CBD for treating” substance use disorders.

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The Drug Policy Alliance hired a lobbying firm to help pressure Congress to remove the ban on Washington, D.C. spending its own money to legalize marijuana sales.

AMVETS is hosting a forum about the benefits of medical cannabis for military veterans on June 27.

/ BUSINESS

Columbia Care Inc. launched an online cannabis discovery tool that suggests curated products depending on desired mood and experience, and syncs with local dispensaries inventories and pricing to enable online orders.

Harborside Inc. settled a lawsuit brought by a former employee for approximately $1.5 million.

CURE Pharmaceutical Holding Corp. and Biopharmaceutical Research Company launched a partnership to produce cannabis-based medical products.

Terra Tech Corp. is acquiring SilverStreak Solutions Inc.

The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company’s Hawthorne Gardening subsidiary announced that the first recipients of its social justice grant fund are Last Prisoner Project, Marijuana Policy Project Foundation, Minorities for Medical Marijuana and United Returning Citizens and NuLeaf Project.

Merida Capital Holdings is seeking to raise $250 million in funding.

Colorado retailers sold more than $206 million worth of marijuana in April.

/ CULTURE

Sarah Silverman spoke to Conan O’Brien about the time she smoothed over a traffic dispute by buying the other driver some marijuana.

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CT legal cannabis vote pushed to special session (Newsletter: June 10, 2021)

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Poll: US voters back drug decrim; New TX effort to put marijuana on local ballots; Cannabis prisoner says MORE Act falls short

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Connecticut’s House speaker decided to take up marijuana legalization in a special session in the coming days after Republicans threatened to run out the clock on debate until the end of the regular session at midnight on Wednesday.

A new poll from the ACLU and Drug Policy Alliance found that two-thirds of American voters support decriminalizing drugs. The survey is timed to coincide with the 50th anniversary of President Richard Nixon declaring the war on drugs.

The new organization Ground Game Texas is planning to put marijuana and other progressive issues on local ballots across the state after the Republican-controlled legislature blocked reform this session.

A man who received clemency from President Donald Trump says a pending federal marijuana legalization bill would leave many cannabis prisoners behind with its resentencing provisions. He’s asking lawmakers for amendments.

/ FEDERAL

The Department of Energy is funding research and development projects, including one on hemp fiber insulation.

Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) tweeted, “Thank you, @DrugPolicyOrg, for leading a letter urging Congress to remove the rider prohibiting DC from spending local funds on commercializing recreational marijuana. The letter was signed by 44 local, state + national justice reform, liberty + public health organizations.”

/ STATES

Puerto Rico Gov. Pedro Pierluisi Urrutia (NPP) signed a bill preventing medical cannabis from being considered a violation of probation.

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis (D) issued a proclamation declaring Hemp Week, and a U.S. flag made out of hemp is flying over the state capitol.

Vermont Gov. Phil Scott (R) made an appointment to the Cannabis Control Board Advisory Committee.

Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor posted to Facebook about visiting a marijuana exhibition at the Philadelphia Flower Show.

Wyoming’s attorney general is defending a police officer whom the state Supreme Court found lied on the stand during a case accusing hemp farmers of growing marijuana.

New Mexico Senate leadership said, in response to a complaint from the state’s health secretary, that the body will not investigate a senator’s involvement with a medical cannabis business.

The Delaware representative sponsoring a marijuana legalization bill up for a vote on Thursday says he is “uncertain” if it has enough support to pass.

The Alabama senator who sponsored a successful medical cannabis bill spoke about the implementation of the program.

Ohio regulators added Huntington’s disease, terminal illness and spasticity as medical cannabis qualifying conditions.

Montana’s top marijuana regulator said she hopes to release draft legalization implementation rules by September.

New Jersey officials discussed cannabis research with scientists from Israel.

Tennessee regulators sent a reminder about the need to renew hemp licenses.

Oklahoma regulators reported new medical cannabis tax revenue data.

/ LOCAL

The Sioux Falls, South Dakota City Council is moving to put medical cannabis business applications on hold until state officials issue regulations.

Denver, Colorado’s official Twitter account posted, in response to a discussion about people’s desire for a cannabis dispensary at the airport, “Come downtown! Denver’s A-Train departs the airport on a regular basis.😉 It’s federally illegal to transport marijuana in a plane. Thus, @DENAirport’s policy on not allowing marijuana consumption or possession.”

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that “prolonged medical cannabis treatment is associated with quality of life improvement and reduction of analgesic medication consumption in chronic pain patients.”

A study found that “drivers in states that legalized medical marijuana self-reported driving after marijuana use slightly more than drivers in states where both medical and recreational were illegal” but that “marijuana users in states that legalized [recreational marijuana] self-reported driving after marijuana use less than their counterparts [in states that haven’t enacted legalization]” and that “no predominant pattern suggesting that those in states with liberal marijuana policies were more tolerant of driving after marijuana use.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

Students for Sensible Drug Policy chapters sent a letter calling on congressional leaders to vote on a federal marijuana legalization bill this month.

The National Cannabis Industry Association published an overview of the science, history and uses of medical cannabis.

/ BUSINESS

Freshly Baked made Massachusetts’s first legal recreational marijuana delivery.

Jushi Holdings Inc. reported quarterly revenue of $32.3 million and a net loss of $156.7 million.

Goodness Growth Holdings, Inc’s subsidiary Resurgent Biosciences is expanding its intellectual property development and clinical research efforts into psychedelic medicine.

HEXO Corp won dismissal of a shareholder class action lawsuit.

Mydecine Innovations Group said it has discovered more than 40 compounds with pharmacological potential in various species of mushrooms, including varieties of psilocybe cubensis.

Cresco Labs asked a federal judge to dismiss a breach of contract claim from a proposed class action lawsuit alleging it did not pay workers for the time spent putting on and taking off required personal protective equipment during the coronavirus pandemic.

Watco Companies is being sued by a former employee for allegedly improperly firing him over medical cannabis use.

Arkansas dispensaries have sold more than $330 million worth of medical cannabis since the program began.

/ CORRECTION

Wednesday’s issue incorrectly reported Illinois’ total year-to-date medical cannabis sales as the tally for May. The correct figure is $34.2 million.

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CT House has votes for legal cannabis bill (Newsletter: June 9, 2021)

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NFL funds marijuana research; CTT gov signs psilocybin bill; Seattle officials push psychedelics reform; Poll: MS voters back legalizing cannabis

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Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont (D) signed a bill requiring the state to create a working group to “study the health benefits of psilocybin.”

Connecticut’s House majority leader said he has enough “solid yeses” to get a Senate-passed marijuana legalization bill to the governor’s desk by Wednesday—but Republicans are saying it should be slowed down and moved to a special session.

The National Football League plans to award up to $1 million in funding to support research into cannabis, CBD and other alternatives to opioids for treating players’ pain. A representative told Marijuana Moment that cannabis’s Schedule I status is impeding science.

A majority of the Seattle, Washington City Council signed a letter urging an opioid task force to investigate the role of psychedelics in treating addiction and mental health issues. One lawmaker said he plans to file a lowest law enforcement priority measure soon.

A new poll found that a majority of Mississippi voters support legalizing recreational marijuana. Last month the state Supreme Court overturned a medical cannabis measure that passed overwhelmingly—and voters say it’s the top issue that’ll determine their votes for political candidates.

/ FEDERAL

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) tweeted, “We must end the federal prohibition on marijuana while ensuring restorative justice for those harmed by the War on Drugs. I’m working with @SenBooker and @RonWyden on comprehensive marijuana reform legislation.”

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) cited racial disparities in arrests for marijuana and other low-level crimes in a letter urging the Department of Justice to investigate several Minnesota law enforcement agencies.

Rep. Mike Garcia (R-CA) accompanied law enforcement on a raid of an illegal marijuana cultivation operation.

/ STATES

Delaware Gov. John Carney (D) said he thinks marijuana is a “bad thing” and refused to say whether he would sign a legalization bill that’s up for a House vote this week. Meanwhile, the House speaker said he has concerns over the legislation and isn’t sure if it will pass his chamber or not.

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R) authored an op-ed calling on Congress to end the sentencing disparity between crack and powder cocaine.

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) said the state is not ready to join Washington in allowing the gifting of marijuana to people who get coronavirus vaccines.

Colorado lawmakers sent Gov. Jared Polis (D) a bill to enact limits on marijuana concentrates, place restrictions on medical cannabis recommendations and require the state to study the impacts of marijuana on certain health outcomes, among other changes.

The Louisiana House of Representatives rejected the Senate’s changes to a bill that started out as taxing medical cannabis flower but evolved into a general sales tax extension.

The wife of the only Connecticut Republican senator to vote for a marijuana legalization bill works for cannabis company Curaleaf.

Nevada regulators will host a marijuana regulatory workshop on Tuesday.


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Denver, Colorado regulators will host a marijuana rulemaking work group meeting on Thursday.

/ INTERNATIONAL

Morocco’s House of Councilors passed a medical cannabis bill.

A Brazilian House committee approved a medical cannabis bill.

Canada’s Privy Council Office included questions about drug decriminalization in polling and focus groups.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that “cannabidiol showed a promising therapeutic response in terms of ameliorating affect in a rat model of early-life stress during adolescence and up to adulthood.”

A study concluded that “implementation of the Cannabis Act in Canada in 2018 appears to have been associated with decreases of 55%–65% in cannabis-related crimes among male and female youth.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The Tennessee Democratic Party tweeted, “Good morning to everyone except Rep. Brandon Ogles (R) who wanted to amend the Tennessee state constitution to forever prohibit recreational marijuana. Recreational marijuana should be legal. Period.”

AMVETS called for federal marijuana descheduling in testimony for a House Veterans’ Affairs Committee hearing.

/ BUSINESS

Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. is partnering with Rolling Stone on a new line of marijuana products.

Vireo Health International, Inc. changed its name to Goodness Growth Holdings, Inc. and projected revenue in the range of $140 to $180 million in 2022.

Field Trip Health Ltd. applied to list on the NASDAQ Stock Market.

HEXO Corp announced a commitment to offset the carbon emissions of the company and its employees.

Tilray, Inc. launched a new brand called Symbios.

Innovative Industrial Properties, Inc. published an environmental, social and governance report.

Columbia Care Inc. appointed a new board member.

Maine retailers sold $5.4 million worth of recreational marijuana in May, a new record.

Illinois dispensaries sold $34.2 million worth of medical cannabis products in May.

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