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Legal cannabis qualifies for South Dakota 2020 ballot (Newsletter: January 7, 2020)

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Fed official decries marijuana study hurdles; MedMen’s AZ exit & 2020; Study: Drug safe consumption sites save lives; Dave Chappelle bogarts cannabis

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The South Dakota secretary of state confirmed that activists submitted more than enough signatures to put a marijuana legalization measure on the 2020 ballot. A separate medical cannabis initiative previously qualified as well.

National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins said that marijuana’s Schedule I status is a barrier to research, and he decried how scientists have to use government cannabis and can’t study what consumers are actually obtaining from dispensaries.

Here’s a look at what MedMen’s move to sell its Arizona medical cannabis licenses might mean for the 2020 marijuana legalization effort in the state, for which the company has been the campaign’s third-biggest funder.

A study found that drug consumers who regularly visit supervised injection sites—a harm reduction measure now supported by several Democratic presidential candidates—are less likely to die compared to those who don’t.

  • “Our findings underscore the need for continued efforts to enhance access to SIFs as a strategy to reduce mortality among [people who inject drugs]. In particular, given that SIFs have limited geographic coverage and that PWID have been found to often encounter long wait times in accessing SIF services in this setting, the broader expansion of SIFs may serve to improve service accessibility and thereby reduce the potential for mortality and other harms among this population.”

Sarah Silverman jokingly called out fellow comedian Dave Chappelle for not sharing his marijuana.

  • “I think it’s puff, puff, pass—not puff, puff, puff, puff.”

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President Trump was on hold during a break from a radio interview while Rush Limbaugh read an ad for CBD products.

House Small Business Committee Chairwoman Nydia Velazquez (D-NY) said her panel will waive jurisdiction on a bill to deschedule marijuana and fund programs to begin repairing the harms of the war on drugs.

Former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb tweeted, “The first full week of now legal, recreational marijuana in Illinois. A lot will go wrong. States are hurtling toward a long overdue collision with federal regulators that’s going to require Congress to intervene.”

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), a presidential candidate, spoke about his support for ending the war on drugs, legalizing marijuana and expunging past records.

Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) tweeted, “After hearing from #Iowa farmers, I fought to include legislation in the #FarmBill to legalize industrial hemp. Now, it’s important Iowans’ voices are heard during the state rulemaking process.”

Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) said “I chuckle that they want to keep me out” in response to his being banned from visiting the Philippines over a measure he supported criticizing that country’s bloody “war on drugs.”

Rep. Denver Riggleman (R-VA) said he supports decriminalizing marijuana.

Illinois Democratic congressional candidate Anthony Clark tweeted, “We must federally legalize cannabis & ban employer drug tests for it. We must federally legalize cannabis & ban employer drug tests for it. We must federally legalize cannabis & ban employer drug tests for it.”

Pennsylvania Democratic congressional candidate Salem Snow tweeted, “Great to see we’re getting past this stigma! Our campaign will fight for a full federal pardon of all marijuana convictions across the country. We must end the tradition of mass incarceration that disproportionately affects POC & low income individuals!”

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Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear (D) said he believes medical cannabis can be legalized “in a revenue-positive way where no one is priced out of medication they may need but it will also help the budget in so many other areas.”

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine (R) said it would be a mistake for the state to legalize marijuana.

Florida’s agriculture commissioner tweeted about rules on CBD in food products taking effect.

New York’s Senate majority leader said that lawmakers are “getting closer” to reaching an agreement about the specifics of mariuana legalization legislation.

New Mexico lawmakers and regulators are being asked to do something about heavy water use by medical cannabis growers.

South Carolina regulators issued a notice that hemp and CBD ingredients are not permitted in commercial animal feed.

Oklahoma regulators published a medical cannabis packaging and labelling guide.

Illinois regulators published a FAQ about the state’s new cannabis legalization law.

Michigan regulators are seeking participants for marijuana social equity workgroups.

Massachusetts regulators will consider provisional marijuana license applications on Thursday.


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/ LOCAL

The Baltimore, Maryland City Council president, a candidate for mayor, said he supports legalizing marijuana.

The Arlington County, Virginia commonwealth’s attorney is calling on state lawmakers to legalize marijuana.

A Chicago, Illinois marijuana dispensary was burglarized.

/ INTERNATIONAL

Thailand’s Public Health Ministry opened medical cannabis clinics.

Canadian regulators issued guidance on how to most safely consume marijuana extracts and edibles.

Maltese prime minister candidates said they are open to legalizing marijuana.

Mexican officials said that more than 61,000 people have disappeared in the nation’s bloody “drug war.”

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A review concluded that “clinical trials with Cannabis in patients suffering from inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) have shown improvement in quality of life but failed to provide evidence for a reduction of inflammation markers.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The Democratic Governors Association tweeted, “Thanks to @GovPritzker, Illinois became the 11th state to legalize recreational marijuana and implement important criminal justice reforms for communities of color.”

Officials with the National Prevention Science Coalition to Improve Lives are calling for marijuana to be rescheduled.

The Illinois Rifle Association published an explainer on how the state’s new marijuana legalization law intersects with Second Amendment rights.

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Hightimes Holding Corp. hired a former Overstock.com president as its new CEO.

Aurora Cannabis Inc. listed one of its greenhouses for sale.

FSD Pharma is expected to begin trading on the Nasdaq on Thursday.

Goldenseed said it is the first U.S. private cannabis cultivator and processor ever to be qualified by the Securities and Exchange Commission to sell its stock to the general public.

CES gave an award to Heep Labs for innovation in its marijuana storage device but then banned the company from mentioning cannabis at its exhibit booth.

PAX Labs launched a new cannabis vaporization device.

STAT looks at class-action lawsuits filed against CBD companies.

Illinois retailers sold more than $10 million worth of recreational marijuana products in the first five days of legal sales.

/ CULTURE

The UFC is piloting an oral fluid drug testing method aimed at detecting only in-competition use while not punishing fighters for weeks-old consumption.

The Washington Post spoke to people who went to see the movie “Cats” while high on marijuana, LSD or psilocybin.

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Cory Gardner talks cannabis, reelection and Trump (Newsletter: May 28, 2020)

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NY blocks marijuana biz from state COVID aid; LA Senate approves medical cannabis expansion; Fmr. AG backs federal legalization waivers for states

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Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) spoke about cannabis, President Trump and his reelection bid in a new interview with Marijuana Moment. Among other things, he said that he would vote for legalization if it were on Colorado’s ballot again, takes issue with GOP colleagues’ rhetoric on marijuana language being included in coronavirus relief bills and expects a Senate cannabis banking vote by the end of the year.

New York’s state-level coronavirus relief program blocks marijuana dispensaries from eligibility just like the federal one does. Medical cannabis has been legal in the state since 2014, though the businesses—along with payday loan providers, pawn shops, strip clubs, liquor stores and astrologers—can’t get COVID aid.

The Louisiana Senate approved a House-passed bill to allow doctors to recommend medical marijuana for any debilitating condition they see fit. The House needs to sign off on one last amendment before it goes to the desk of Gov. John Bel Edwards (D).

A task force including former officials like Acting Attorney General Sally Yates, a Georgia governor, a Philadelphia mayor and a Washington, D.C. police chief are calling on the federal government to issue waivers that would let states legalize marijuana without interference.

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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit put a stay on a judge’s ruling allowing Ohio marijuana activists to electronically collect signatures for local decriminalization ballot measures.

The Government Accountability Office made recommendations to improve Bureau of Prisons drug treatment and education programs.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) tweeted in support of a Pennsylvania House candidate he said would work to “end the war on drugs.”

Kentucky Democratic Senate candidate Mike Broihier tweeted, “Mitch won’t get away with his half-baked hemp hoax. Farmers have been left holding the bag while Mitch’s wealthy donors find a way to profit. Again.”

West Virginia Democratic congressional candidate Hilary Turner tweeted, “We made yard signs out of hemp! It took us a while to make it happen, but we were tired of seeing so many plastic yard signs. We’re hopeful that in the future other campaigns will follow suit in ditching plastic signs, especially those with environmental platforms.”

North Carolina Democratic congressional candidate David Wilson Brown tweeted, “We need to decriminalize marijuana use and expunge the records of drug offenders related to its use. We need to undo our nation’s drive to for-profit prisons and make reducing recidivism the priority by helping those who served their time succeed at re-integrating with society.”

/ STATES

California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s (D) senior marijuana advisor tweeted a link to resources on “what CA is doing to support legal cannabis businesses and consumers during COVID-19.”

One of two separate Arkansas campaigns working to qualify proposed marijuana legalization ballot measures has given up for 2020 and is now focusing on 2022.

New Jersey regulators approved two additional medical cannabis dispensaries to operate.

Michigan regulators issued an updated bulletin on marijuana business operations amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Massachusetts regulators will begin accepting applications for marijuana delivery licenses on Thursday.

A Montana law allowing medical cannabis patients to purchase from any dispensary goes into effect on Tuesday.


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/ LOCAL

Boston, Massachusetts’s Cannabis Board is expected to hold its first meeting next month.

/ INTERNATIONAL

The Czech Republic’s health minister said the government approved an amendment allowing the issuance of licenses for cultivation and export of medical cannabis.

Zimbabwe’s Health Ministry announced that all local and foreign investors involved in medical cannabis production will be offered 100% ownership of their farms and licenses to improve competitiveness.

A Mexican senator will host a discussion on marijuana legalization on Thursday.

U.S. federal prosecutors charged a former member of Venezuela’s National Assembly with participation in a cocaine importation conspiracy and related weapons offenses.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that “individuals believe cannabis will improve some [eating disorder] symptoms; however, these expected improvements are not associated with increased cannabis use and problems.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The State Bar of California’s Committee on Professional Responsibility and Conduct issued an opinion saying that lawyers can advise cannabis clients.

Human Rights Watch published a report on the harm the bloody Philippine “drug war” causes to children.

/ BUSINESS

MedMen Enterprises Inc. reported quarterly revenue of $45.9 million and an adjusted loss of $20.7 million.

Tilray, Inc.’s subsidiary Tilray Portugal, Unipessoal Lda. received a Good Manufacturing Practice certification in accordance with European Union standards for its medical cannabis extraction facility.

Harvest Cannabis Dispensary won a preliminary injunction from an Arkansas judge blocking facilities managed by Harvest Health & Recreation from using the Harvest name in the state.

A federal judge paused a  labeling lawsuit against CV Sciences until federal CBD regulations are enacted.

/ CULTURE

UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya endorsed marijuana legalization in New Zealand.

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Supreme Court rejects marijuana ballot case (Newsletter: May 27, 2020)

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OR psilocybin & drug decrim campaigns file signatures; Lawmakers want investigation of botched drug raid; NE gov discourages cannabis petition

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Oregon campaigns seeking to legalize psilocybin therapy and decriminalize drugs while expanding treatment access have both submitted what appears to be more than enough signatures to qualify for the November ballot. The secretary of state’s office has 30 days to verify the petitions, and activists plan to keep collecting signatures in the meantime in case there aren’t enough valid submissions.

The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear a case from marijuana advocates who sought to challenge Ohio officials’ refusal to place their decriminalization measures on local ballots.

44 members of Congress, led by Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) and Rep. Lucy McBath (D-GA), are calling on the Department of Justice to investigate Louisville, Kentucky police’s shooting of unarmed woman Breonna Taylor in a botched drug raid.

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In a brief in a case challenging Illinois’s coronavirus stay-at-home order, the Department of Justice said that “rules that allow recreational marijuana dispensaries to operate, but not flower shops, may be a sign that State action is impermissibly arbitrary and bears ‘no real or substantial relation’ to its proffered public health end.”

The plaintiff in a federal RICO case against Oregon marijuana dispensaries dismissed her own claims.

Virginia Democratic congressional candidate Vangie Williams tweeted, “There exists enough evidence to suggest that medical cannabis can have some positive effects. Let’s conduct more studies and make an informed decision as to whether medical cannabis should be made legal.”

Florida Democratic congressional candidate Adam Christensen tweeted, “In terms of marijuana, I will fight to:⁠ -Legalize medical&recreational  -Vacate+expunge all past convictions⁠ -Prohibit tobacco companies from entering their market⁠ -Encourage market to be local+use $ from marijuana to reinvest in communities that suffered from War on Drugs”

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Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts (R) discouraged people from circulating ballot petitions, including one to legalize medical cannabis, because he said it could spread coronavirus. Meanwhile, activists said they are optimistic about qualifying the measure.

The Louisiana House of Representatives approved a bill to clarify that licensed facilities and physicians serving medical cannabis patients are exempt from being prosecuted under certain drug laws.

California regulators reported that in the first quarter of the year, cannabis excise tax generated $68.3 million in revenue and the cultivation tax brought in another $16.4 million.

New Jersey’s top medical cannabis regulator suggested the state might make an announcement on allowing delivery services soon.

West Virginia regulators will begin accepting registrations for physicians to recommend medical cannabis on Thursday.

Washington State regulators will consider several marijuana rules on Wednesday.


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A study of nursing home residents found that “medical cannabis treatment dramatically improved patients’ symptoms and their medical indexes” and that “as a result, the local physicians stopped prescribing drugs that were defined as unnecessary,” which indicates that “medical cannabis can be an effective treatment that also reduces the environmental drug load, thereby preventing water pollution.”

A study reviewed “the nature of 10 transpersonal or parapsychological experiences that commonly occur spontaneously and in relation to the use of psychedelic substances, namely synesthesia, extradimensional percepts, out-of-body experiences, near-death experiences, entity encounters, alien abduction, sleep paralysis, interspecies communication, possession, and psi (telepathy, precognition, and clairvoyance and psychokinesis).”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The Nevada Republican Party is calling for an investigation into allegations that MedMen’s former CEO made an illegal “straw man” donation to Gov. Steve Sisolak’s (D) 2018 campaign.

/ BUSINESS

Aphria Inc. is leaving the New York Stock Exchange in favor of being listed on the Nasdaq.

Green Thumb Industries reportedly hired lobbyists to kill an Illinois bill that would have allowed dispensaries to move their locations.

Cresco Labs acquired four new medical cannabis dispensaries in Ohio.

A federal court dismissed a class-action lawsuit alleging that Elixinol, LLC’s CBD products were illegal.

Tilray, Inc. announced it is closing an Ontario cannabis greenhouse.

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NM gov says legal marijuana could’ve funded cut programs (Newsletter: May 26, 2020)

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OR sees cannabis sales boost during COVID; MA lawmakers OK safe consumption sites for drugs; Netflix’s Patriot Act takes on marijuana biz

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New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) said that if lawmakers had listened to her and legalized marijuana this year, the state probably wouldn’t have had to cut so many programs amid the coronavirus pandemic’s economic damage.

  • “If we want economic support and economic relief, then we have to use every economic idea. And I want to point out also that the vast majority of New Mexicans favor recreational cannabis.”

An Oregon Office of Economic Analysis report reveals that marijuana sales have skyrocketed during the coronavirus outbreak, though are projected to drop in the future along with population decreases.

  • “Marijuana sales during the pandemic have been quite strong. The dollar amount of recreational sales since March 1st are up 60 percent relative to a year ago. These increases are not only related to the stockpiling consumers did after the sheltering in place policies were enacted, but have continued through April and early May.”

The Massachusetts legislature’s Joint Committee on Mental Health, Substance Abuse and Recovery approved a bill to legalize supervised consumption sites for illegal drugs. Research shows the facilities can reduce overdose deaths.

/ FEDERAL

President Trump retweeted a post about presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s role in “mass incarceration, the crime bill, war on drugs,” adding, “I HOPE ALL AFRICAN AMERICANS WILL READ AND STUDY THIS. 100% CORRECT. SLEEPY JOE WILL NEVER GET YOU THERE. HE NEVER HAS IN THE PAST. I WILL & HAVE!!!”

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) tweeted, “President @realDonaldTrump you are right in taking on Joe Biden regarding your record in delivering for the African American community as well as other minority groups. The First Step Act rolled back the damage done by the Biden 1994 3-Strikes You’re Out crime bill.”

Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) tweeted, “What about the Constitution’s freedom of religion, association?  Designating cannabis shops as essential but closing houses of worship is arbitrary.”

West Virginia Democratic Senate candidate Richard Ojeda tweeted about his support for medical cannabis.

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Massachusetts recreational marijuana stores reopened following a coronavirus shutdown.

The California Assembly Business and Professions Committee approved legislation on enforcement against illegal cannabis operations.

The Colorado legislature’s Joint Budget Committee published a memo on marijuana tax revenue that is available for transfer to other programs.

Illinois regulators sent a bulletin about changes to municipal and county cannabis retailers occupation taxes.

Texas regulators are facing a likely lawsuit over a proposed ban on smokable hemp.


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/ INTERNATIONAL

The Malaysian Court of Appeal ruled against a medical cannabis distributor who is facing the death penalty.

Veterans Affairs Canada spent more on medical cannabis than any other medication in 2019.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A review concluded that “the current body of evidence does not provide sufficient evidence to support the position that cannabis users are at increased risk of occupational injury.”

A study found that medical cannabis “is an effective treatment for fibromyalgia, with nearly zero % withdrawal from this treatment” and that it “enabled nearly half of the patients to discontinue any treatment for fibromyalgia,” while “all participants recommended [medical cannabis] treatment for their loved ones in case they develop severe fibromyalgia.”

/ BUSINESS

TerrAscend Corp. announced the closing of the first tranche of a non-brokered private placement resulting in proceeds of $27.3 million.

/ CULTURE

Netflix’s Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj did an episode on the unfairness of how the marijuana industry is structured.

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