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Top Senate Dem wants delay for hemp final rule (Newsletter: August 11, 2020)

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Clinton implies marijuana makes you dumb; VT Dems poised to back drug decrim; Reform org rolls out plan to end federal drug war

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Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is calling on the U.S. Department of Agriculture to delay implementation of final legal hemp rules and extend the 2014 Farm Bill’s pilot program, citing coronavirus concerns.

  • “As we move into harvest season, farmers will need to operate with as much certainty as possible but timing and testing requirements will likely create bottlenecks that will push farmers to rush harvests. The potential for greater numbers of people working in facilities to meet the rush may create opportunities for COVID to spread among farm workers.”

2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton implied that consuming marijuana makes people do stupid things, an apparent joke made in response to part of a Maureen Dowd column she took exception to.

The draft Vermont Democratic Party platform set to be finalized next month includes planks supporting decriminalizing drugs and legalizing marijuana sales.

  • “Adopt an approach to the possession and misuse of drugs that is motivated solely by the principles of public health and harm reduction, rather than punishing undesirable private behavior, while avoiding the criminal justice system altogether.”

The Drug Policy Alliance unveiled a framework for how Congress can end the war on drugs. It includes defunding the Drug Enforcement Administration, eliminating possession penalties, ceasing to fund state enforcement, putting health agencies in charge of drug scheduling, expunging records and funding harm reduction services.

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Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) criticized House Democrats for mentioning “cannabis” more times than “jobs” on their coronavirus relief bill.

Sen. Mike Rounds (R-SD) tweeted, “But wasting trillions of dollars on liberal priorities like cannabis funding, taxpayer-funded abortion and the federalization of our elections – things that have nothing to do with providing COVID-19 relief – does much more than nickel-and-dime them.”

Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) tweeted, “#Marijuana reform is #CriminalJustice reform. The war on drugs has targeted and incarcerated Black communities for TOO LONG. We need to decriminalize and deschedule cannabis at the federal level. #LegalizeIt”

Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) tweeted, “Marijuana legalization is a racial justice issue. The failed War on Drugs continues to devastate communities of color and low-income communities. Social and economic equity must be at the forefront of any marijuana policy.”

Rep. Jodey Arrington (R-TX) said in a constituent letter that he will continue to vote to keep marijuana illegal.

Georgia Democratic congressional candidate Barrington Martin tweeted, “Legalize and decriminalize marijuana and hemp. It would do more for the environment than people understand. Hemp legalization is a part of my Green New Deal. With hemp farms everywhere, we wouldn’t need to cut forests down!”

Florida Democratic congressional candidate Richard Thripp tweeted, “I support #marijuanalegalization. Here are some designs for advertisements in the general election. A big issue with Republican and independent voter support. Enough is enough!”

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Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker (D) appointed a new cannabis regulation oversight officer.

Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor tweeted, “In 86 days, New Jersey will vote to fully legalize marijuana. In PA, we will send you to prison for 2.5 years with *any* number of plants, label you a felon for life, + fine you. I don’t know who needs to hear this, but *maybe* it’s time we figure out cannabis in PA.”

Minnesota’s House majority leader said a marijuana legalization bill might pass if Democrats take control of the state Senate in the November elections.

A Colorado court ruled that possessing marijuana while being booked is not itself a crime.

Oklahoma brought in more than $12 million in medical cannabis tax revenue in July.

Missouri regulators issued four more medical cannabis infused product manufacturing facility licenses.

The Florida Criminal Standards and Training Commission dismissed an administrative complaint against a corrections officer who tested positive for marijuana after using CBD oil.

Washington State regulators released draft conceptual rules for marijuana business premise certificates of compliance.


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San Francisco, California police and cannabis industry participants will meet on August 18 to discuss safety issues in light of recent burglaries.

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Bermuda’s attorney general gave lawmakers an update on a public consultation on draft marijuana legalization legislation and said an updated bill will be introduced soon.

New Zealand’s justice minister spoke about being offered marijuana on the street.

A Chinese court sentenced a Canadian citizen to death for allegedly producing MDMA.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that “daily and near-daily cannabis use is associated with HIV viral load suppression in people living with HIV who use cocaine.”

A study found “an association between maternal cannabis use in pregnancy and the incidence of autism spectrum disorder in the offspring.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The National Governors Association is partnering with 10 states to formulate plans to address impaired driving.

Dakota Rural Action endorsed South Dakota marijuana legalization and medical cannabis ballot measures.

The Drug Policy Alliance led a sign-on letter of health organizations and professionals calling on congressional leaders to pass legislation to reschedule marijuana and fund programs to repair the harms of the war on drugs.

/ BUSINESS

Canopy Growth Corporation reported $110 million in quarterly revenue and a net loss of $128 million.

Tilray, Inc. reported quarterly revenue of $50.4 million and a net loss of $81.7 million.

Columbia Care, Inc. reported quarterly combined revenue of $33 million and a net loss  of $27.3 million.

/ CULTURE

The creators of “The Walking Dead” won a trademark case against a parody cannabis-themed comic “The Toking Dead.”

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Bill would let cannabis biz get disaster aid (Newsletter: September 25, 2020)

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New Congressional marijuana reports; CA cannabis-funded community grants; OR Dems back legal psilocybin & drug decrim; Cannabis sales spike amid COVID

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Sens. Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Jeff Merkley (D-OR) and Reps. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) and Peter DeFazio (D-OR) filed companion bills to make marijuana businesses harmed by recent wildfires and other disasters eligible to receive federal relief funds on a retroactive basis.

Two new reports from the Congressional Research Service analyze marijuana expungements and cannabis-related consequences for immigrants.

The Democratic Party of Oregon endorsed two far-reaching drug policy reform measures on the state’s November ballot. One would legalize psilocybin therapy, and the other would decriminalize possession of all drugs and increase treatment funding.

The California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development announced it’s accepting applications for $30 million in grants—funded by marijuana tax revenue—to help communities targeted and harmed by the war on drugs.

A report from the Oregon  Office of Economic Analysis shows how marijuana sales during the coronavirus pandemic are way higher than previous projections and says that “expectations are that some of these increases will be permanent.”

  • “Factors leading to increases in sales include higher incomes due to federal support, increased stressors in everyday life, reductions in other forms of entertainment or recreational opportunities, and simply more time on one’s hand be it due to a COVID-related layoff, or increased working from home.”

/ FEDERAL

The death of Minnesota Legal Marijuana Now Party congressional candidate Adam Weeks means that a special election for the seat will have to be held in February and that no results from Election Day in November will be reported.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) again slammed Democrats for mentioning cannabis more times than jobs in their coronavirus relief bill.

Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) criticized House leadership’s decision to delay a vote on a bill to federally legalize marijuana.

Rep. Anna Eshoo (D-CA) reported that roughly a tenth of constituent messages she received last week were about a marijuana legalization bill.

Tennessee Democratic congressional candidate Christopher Hale tweeted, “Why is it that kids and veterans in Tennessee who smoke marijuana have criminal records, but those who committed billions of dollars of fraud on Wall Street and wrecked our economy do not?”

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) signed an executive order extending the expiration date for medical cannabis cards to the end of the year.

Michigan lawmakers sent Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) legislation to streamline the process for  expunging marijuana and other convictions. Separately, regulators issued a health and safety advisory bulletin about the presence of Vitamin E acetate in cannabis vape cartridges.

Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor tweeted, “Right here in Pennsylvania, we should be offering high-paying cannabis-related jobs in this growing industry. Pennsylvania needs action now. Contact your state legislators and advocate for change.”

Ohio’s attorney general tweeted about the state’s testing method to differentiate between hemp and marijuana.

Nevada regulators extended the expiration date for marijuana temporary agent cards.

Florida’s Hemp Advisory Committee met.


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/ LOCAL

Denver, Colorado officials are holding a marijuana licensing work group on Tuesday.

/ INTERNATIONAL

UK officials rejected the European Commission’s preliminary finding that CBD should be regulated as a narcotic.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that “30 percent of migraine patients in the U.S. have used cannabis to relieve migraine pain and 82 percent of those who used cannabis found it useful to reduce the pain level.”

A study of rats found that “Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabinol administration following repeated mild traumatic brain injury was beneficial to three of the six behavioural outcomes affected by injury (reducing anxiety and depressive-like behaviours while also mitigating injury-induced deficits in short-term working memory)” and that “Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol may have potential therapeutic benefit on post-concussive symptomology when administered post-injury, but not pre-injury.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The National Cannabis Industry Association announced the former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang will deliver a keynote address at its November virtual conference.

Decriminalize Nature made a Facebook post calling out psychedelic reform funder David Bronner for allegedly “resorting to divide and conquer tactics to control the Decriminalize Nature movement.”

The UK Labour Campaign for Drug Policy Reform and Conservative Drug Policy Reform Group endorsed legalizing marijuana and decriminalizing drugs.

/ BUSINESS

4Front Ventures Corp. announced it completed its sale of three Maryland medical cannabis dispensaries to Ethos Cannabis.

California regulators filed a complaint against Vertical Bliss, Inc., aka Kushy Punch for allegedly conducting unlicensed marijuana operations.

/ CULTURE

Actor Brian Cox said using marijuana helped get him through coronavirus lockdown.

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New FDA guidance to ease path for CBD medicines (Newsletter: September 24, 2020)

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NM lawmakers debate marijuana revenue; Cannabiz hurt by wildfires can’t get fed aid; WA cops might lose cannabis money; WV legalization plan

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The New Mexico legislature’s joint Interim Revenue Stabilization & Tax Policy Committee held a hearing on the economic potential of legalizing marijuana.

  • “We can’t legalize for the sake of legalizing without making a commitment to righting the wrongs of the past.”

The Food and Drug Administration published draft guidance that’s meant to streamline the process for approving generic CBD-based oral medications.

The Small Business Administration confirmed that marijuana businesses impacted by recent wildfires in Oregon are ineligible for federal relief funds. Cannabis operators whose homes have been damaged may still be able to get some assistance, the agency told Marijuana Moment.

The King County, Washington State executive is proposing stripping $4.6 million in marijuana tax revenue from the sheriff’s department and reinvesting some of those funds into helping people vacate their prior cannabis convictions.

Candidates for the West Virginia House of Delegates held a press conference in a hemp field to announce the details of a far-reaching marijuana legalization bill they plan to introduce if elected. Among other things, it would expunge cannabis records dating back to 1937.

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Surgeon General Jerome Adams discussed his concerns about marijuana use by young people.

Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Democratic challenger Cal Cunningman debated marijuana policy and both admitted that they have consumed cannabis in the past.

Rep. Buddy Carter (R-GA) said he is “adamantly opposed” to legalizing or decriminalizing marijuana, which he says is “nothing more than a gateway drug.”

Rep. Joe Courtney (D-CT) cheered the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s move to make hemp farmers eligible for coronavirus relief funds.

The House bill to deschedule marijuana and fund programs to repair the harms of the drug war got one new cosponsor for a total of 114.

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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) tweeted, “Instead of taking votes on meaningless bills, the Republican legislature should take action on my plan to help PA by providing child care and hazard pay funding, passing sick leave legislation, and legalizing adult-use marijuana to help businesses impacted by the pandemic.” The state’s lieutenant governor tweeted, “Last year, nearly 22,000 people in PA were arrested for having less than 30 grams of cannabis. Imagine how we could better devote that time and those resources, instead of prosecuting people for something most of us don’t even think should be illegal.”

Indiana Democratic gubernatorial candidate Woody Myers tweeted, “Thank you again to @INORML for giving me the “Best Cannabis Politician in Indiana” award this year.  We need criminal justice reform and legal medicinal marijuana to ensure a healthy and just society.”

Vermont’s lieutenant governor cheered the passage of legislation to legalize marijuana sales and expunge past convictions.

The New Jersey Senate and Assembly are expected to vote on legislation to allow medical cannabis recommendations via telemedicine on Thursday.

A lawsuit challenging Illinois regulators’ marijuana business licensing approval process is being dropped after unsuccessful applicants got a chance to rework their proposals.

California regulators released a proposed hemp regulatory plan.

New York regulators published guidance about medical cannabis research.

Nevada regulators approved complaints against several marijuana companies.

Maine regulators sent a letter to medical cannabis caregivers about program updates.

The Albuquerque Journal asked several New Mexico House and Senate candidates about their positions on marijuana policy.

Colorado regulators published a mid-year update on marijuana licensing, cultivation and sales.


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Cedar Rapids, Iowa’s police chief said he is open to lobbying state lawmakers to lessen marijuana penalties.

Providence, Rhode Island’s mayor said he’s interested in using marijuana revenue to fund housing as a form of reparations.

/ INTERNATIONAL

Former Mexican President Felipe Calderón reportedly admitted in private remarks that legalizing drugs is the only solution to cartel violence.

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte defended his country’s bloody “war on drugs” in a speech before the United Nations.

Swiss lawmakers approved legislation allowing local legal marijuana pilot projects.

The Colombian government declared the medical cannabis industry to be a Project of National and Strategic Interest.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that people living with HIV “with past cannabis use have similar or better neurocognition across domains compared to PLWH without past use.”

A study demonstrated a proof of concept “for preservation, augmentation, and replenishment of terpenes to cannabis inflorescence over various storage durations.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

A poll found that North Carolina voters support legalizing marijuana, 48%-39% and back medical cannabis, 73%-19%.

Decriminalize Nature released dozens of pages of communications with the Native American Church and the Indigenous Peyote Conservation Initiative over a dispute about the inclusion of peyote in reform legislation.

The Nevada Dispensary Association hired a new executive director.

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GW Pharmaceuticals plc announced that Australian officials approved its CBD-based EPIDYOLEX medicine for treatment of certain forms of epilepsy.

Hightimes Holding Corp. reportedly lost the leases for marijuana dispensary properties that were part of its deal to acquire Harvest Health and Recreation.

Canopy Growth Corporation and Acreage Holdings, Inc. announced the implementation of an amended agreement between the companies.

Aurora Cannabis Inc.’s new CEO spoke about plans to turn the company’s financial situation around.

Terrapin Care Station is suing the Hoboken, New Jersey Planning Board over allegations that the approval process for rival Harmony Foundation skipped over several requirements.

New Frontier Data projected that more than $9 billion in new revenue will be generated from 2022-2025 if five states approve marijuana ballot measures in November.

/ CULTURE

Lenny Kravitz wrote in his new memoir about how he discovered marijuana and Led Zeppelin on the same day.

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Vermont gov gets legal cannabis sales bill (Newsletter: September 23, 2020)

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Ann Arbor decrims psychedelics; FDA meeting on CBD & sex; SD racist marijuana enforcement exposed; KS lawmakers push medical cannabis

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The Vermont Senate voted to send bills to legalize marijuana sales and expunge prior cannabis convictions to the desk of Gov. Phil Scott (R). The governor last week praised the process by which the final cannabis commerce proposal was negotiated, so advocates are hopeful he won’t veto it.

The Ann Arbor, Michigan City Council voted unanimously to decriminalize a wide range of psychedelics—including psilocybin, ayahuasca and ibogaine.

The Food and Drug Administration announced it will host a day-long public meeting to explore the differing effects of CBD and other marijuana compounds based on gender and sex differences.

A new analysis by the campaign seeking to pass a marijuana legalization ballot measure in South Dakota shows that nearly one out of 10 of all arrests in the state are for cannabis, and that enforcement is carried out in a racially disproportionate manner.

Kansas lawmakers are keeping up the push to legalize medical cannabis.

  • “It’s time we acknowledge that some of our citizens are actually using medical marijuana, even though they may have to travel to another state to get it.”

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The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute tweeted that a “@NIH-funded study finds that patients with #SickleCell who use medical marijuana for pain tend to have fewer hospitalizations.”

The House of Representatives approved a short-term funding extension bill that includes a provision to extend the 2014 hemp pilot program and delay implementation of U.S. Department of Agriculture rules that industry stakeholders say need more work before being finalized.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) tweeted, “No more private prisons and private detention centers. No more profiteering from locking people up. No more ‘war on drugs.’ No more keeping people in jail because they’re too poor to afford cash bail. Instead of more jails and incarceration, we need more jobs and education.”

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) said it is “disappointing” that Democratic leaders delayed a vote on a bill to federally legalize marijuana.

Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-MI) and her Republican challenger Paul Junge both support federal marijuana reform.

Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) spoke about the need to reform marijuana laws in a House floor speech.

Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) tweeted, “Cannabis justice is a racial justice issue. Period.”

Texas congressional candidate Russell Foster tweeted, “My uncle had MS, was falling apart from all the opioids & drugs once he had to start using a walker, then a chair. Luckily in his final years, he was able to find cannabis, got off most of the killer meds, and lived longer than what we thought possible. #PotSaves”

Mississippi Democratic congressional candidate Antonia Eliason tweeted, “Opposition to Initiative 65 is pure fear-mongering. Vote to legalize medical marijuana for those who need it – vote for 65 NOT for 65A, which would limit it to terminally ill patients.”

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Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker (D) held a press conference to discuss issues with the state’s marijuana business licensing process.

The Virginia House Courts of Justice Committee approved a Senate-passed bill to prevent police from conducting searches based solely on the smell of marijuana.

The Colorado Supreme Court will consider the case of a Department of Corrections employee who was fired for one-time, off-duty use of marijuana on Wednesday.

Michigan marijuana regulators will meet on Thursday.

Nevada regulators will hold a public hearing on proposed marijuana rule changes on October 20.


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The Colorado Springs, Colorado City Council decided against allowing medical cannabis delivery services.

Portland, Oregon police sent a bulletin about burglaries are multiple marijuana dispensaries.

/ INTERNATIONAL

South Africa’s Parliament is accepting public input on a marijuana reform bill.

A Kenyan lawmaker is pushing for the legalization of medical cannabis.

A UK member of Parliament authored an op-ed calling for drugs to be treated as a health, rather than criminal, issue.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study concluded that “novel cannabidiol sunscreen protects keratinocytes and melanocytes against ultraviolet B radiation.”

A study found that “certain LED spectra can considerably increase the amount of cannabinoids with respect to conventional illumination.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The Drug Policy Alliance published a transition memo on drug policy issues for the next president

Members of the New Zealand Principals’ Federation are divided over the nation’s marijuana legalization referendum.

/ BUSINESS

Aurora Cannabis Inc. reported quarterly net revenue of $72.1 million and an adjusted loss of $34.6 million.

Greenleaf is being sued by its former finance director who says he was wrongfully fired after raising allegations its owners were improperly taking money from the business.

At least seven Oregon marijuana businesses have been destroyed by recent wildfires, with at least a dozen more being damaged.

The Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists is hosting a Mid-Atlantic Cannabis Conference on Saturday.

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