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Treasury secretary urges cannabis banking legislation (Newsletter: April 10, 2019)

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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said that he “encourage[s]” Congress to pass bipartisan marijuana banking legislation, because “we and the regulators have no way of dealing with” the issue.

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue attributed interest in hemp legalization to CBD oil as well as its similarity to marijuana.

Pro-legalization Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) spoke about why he is refusing to cosponsor a new bipartisan marijuana bill in Congress.

  • “At this point it’s too obvious and urgent and unfair that we’re moving something on marijuana on the federal level and it doesn’t do something on restorative justice. I want that bill to have some acknowledgement of the savage injustices that the marijuana prohibition has done to communities.”

Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang walked back a pledge to pardon “everyone who’s in jail for a non-violent, drug-related offense” on 4/20 and give them high fives on the way out of jail by saying he meant that the move would only apply to marijuana prisoners.

/ FEDERAL

Sens. Steve Daines (R-MT) and Jon Tester (D-MT) sent letters urging the U.S. Department of Agriculture to finalize hemp regulations sooner rather than later.

Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) and the Minority Cannabis Business Association held a press conference to discuss efforts to ensure equity in the marijuana industry for communities targeted by the war on drugs.

Several members of Congress will participate in the National Cannabis Policy Summit on April 19.

Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee (D), a presidential candidate, included “marijuana” in a list of issues in his “progressive record” that he is “proud of,” even though he opposed ending prohibition prior to the voters of his state enacting it.

The House bill to shield state marijuana laws from federal interference got two new cosponsors, for a total of 27.

The House bill to require the Department of Veterans Affairs to study medical cannabis got two new cosponsors, for a total of 57.

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Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker (D) said he supports allowing people to grow their own marijuana at home.

The Idaho Senate approved an amended bill allowing hemp to be transported through the state.

The chair of the Connecticut legislature’s Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee said a forthcoming cannabis legalization bill his panel will consider this month will earmark revenue to “invest in communities that have been impacted by illegal marijuana.”

The Florida House Appropriations Committee approved a bill to place a 10% THC cap on medical cannabis flower.

The Colorado House Finance Committee advanced bills to allow marijuana delivery services and social use areas.

The California Assembly Business and Professions Committee defeated a bill to let municipalities ban marijuana deliveries.

The Texas House Agriculture and Livestock Committee approved a bill to legalize hemp and CBD products. Meanwhile, a representative sent a letter asking the state attorney general to weigh in on CBD’s current legal status.

Montana House Democrats are upset that Senate Republicans killed a bill to let patients use medical cannabis while on probation or parole.

The Oregon Joint Committee on Ways and Means Subcommittee on Natural Resources held a hearing on cannabis regulations.

Massachusetts lawmakers filed a bill to form a task force to crack down on unlicensed marijuana sellers.

Missouri regulators said that medical cannabis business license applications will be stripped of identifying information about the owners, including their race—a move advocates say could undercut equity efforts.


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The New York City Council approved bills to ban pre-employment marijuana testing and to block the city from requiring cannabis testing of people on probation.

The Montgomery County, Arizona Attorney’s Office is being called out for continuing to prosecute people for possessing medical cannabis extracts.

Denver, Colorado officials announced that Lightshade Labs LLC voluntarily recalled marijuana products due to the presence of elevated yeast and/or mold counts.

/ INTERNATIONAL

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was pressed by a lawmaker for details about an upcoming marijuana legalization referendum.

The UK House of Lords discussed medical cannabis access.

Uganda’s health minister said that she hasn’t given permission for an Israeli company to produce medical cannabis in the country.

/ ADVOCACY

The Republican Party of Kentucky tweeted, “Thanks to the leadership of @senatemajldr, @RyanQuarlesKY, @KYComer, and others, Kentucky is a national industry leader for hemp!”

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

Researchers developed a method for “analysis of cannabinoids in honey samples, thus demonstrating to be a useful tool for both quality control and safety assurance.”

/ BUSINESS

Unilever Plc subsidiary Schmidt’s Naturals is launching a CBD-infused deodorant.

Toasted Collective is forming cannabis advertising partnerships with major publishers including Hearst and USA Today.

TD Ameritrade tweeted tips for investing in marijuana businesses.

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NY cannabis effort gets boost from NJ, top senator says (Newsletter: November 25, 2020)

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Lawmakers tell feds to better coordinate hemp rules; N. Macedonia PM floats legal marijuana; NY poll: Voters back legalization

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New York’s Senate majority leader said that legalizing marijuana is inevitable, and that the effort is boosted by this month’s cannabis vote next door in New Jersey.

  • “It’s not so much a matter of if, it’s a matter of when and it’s a matter of how.”

A poll found that New York voters support legalizing marijuana, 60%-32%—the highest backing ever in a Siena College survey.

Sen. Tina Smith (D-MN) and Reps. Angie Craig (D-MN), Betty McCollum (D-MN) and Collin Peterson (D-MN) sent a letter urging the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Drug Enforcement Administration, Food and Drug Administration and White House Office of Management and Budget to stop contradicting one another with their various hemp rules and do a better job coordinating to support the industry.

North Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said the country might legalize marijuana to boost tourism.

  • “The idea is to allow consumption of marijuana in cafes, both in existing and new ones, and in tourist places, including Skopje, if they respect certain standards on ventilation, proof of origin of the marijuana and so on.”

/ FEDERAL

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is awarding a contract for technical support for marijuana and public health program activities.

Former federal drug czars and other advocates sent a letter urging President-elect Joe Biden to restore the White House Office of National Drug Control policy to cabinet-level status.

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North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum (R) issued another round of pardons for people convicted of low-level marijuana offenses.

Former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) coauthored an op-ed with a delegate on the need to legalize marijuana through an equity lens.

Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor tweeted, “Now that the PA election is in the books, I’d like to take this opportunity to point out that the Democratic Party platform is to the right of South Dakota on legal weed. Montana. Arizona. Our party’s cowardice on weed demands courage on Psilocybin mushrooms and microdosing. If you believe we should label a person a criminal for the rest of their lives for using a plant, I literally can’t wait for you to vote for Crazy McCrazypants instead of me.”

Rhode Island’s incoming House speaker said Democrats discussed marijuana legalization on a caucus call.

A New Mexico judge gave regulators two weeks to explain their position on medical cannabis reciprocity.

Georgia regulators voted to approve requests for proposals for licenses to grow and process medical cannabis oil.

Alaska regulators voted to renew drive-thru and curbside pickup capabilities for marijuana dispensaries.

California regulators reported quarterly marijuana tax revenues.

New Jersey regulators issued an additional medical cannabis dispensary permit.

Maine regulators issued new conditional marijuana business licenses.

Oklahoma regulators released updated lists of approved medical cannabis laboratories and transporters.


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/ LOCAL

The Fort Worth, Texas Police Department is no longer arresting or citing people for small amounts of marijuana.

The Detroit, Michigan City Council approved rules for recreational marijuana businesses.

Oakland, California officials posted information about availability of loans for cannabis equity applicants to purchase property.

/ INTERNATIONAL

Canada’s former minister of health coauthored an op-ed calling for drug decriminalization.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that “legal recreational products’ share of Canada’s overall cannabis consumption began at 7.8% in October 2018 and grew to 23.7% by September 2019, with an average of 14.5% over the first 12 months ” and that “legal recreational products captured market share to the extent they were available, accessible, and low-priced,” while “problems with those factors slowed the initial expansion of legal product sales but also suggested ways to gradually increase their market share.”

A study concluded that “cannabis users whose purposes are medical, recreational or both tend to differ in their selected administration methods.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

South Dakotans for Better Marijuana Laws is urging supporters to call a local sheriff and ask him to withdraw as a plaintiff in a lawsuit challenging the state’s voter-approved legalization measure.

The American Civil Liberties Union tweeted, “It’s not enough to just legalize marijuana. Elected officials must do so in a way that tackles racial disparities head-on.”

The National Cannabis Industry Association’s Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Committee sent a letter urging Illinois officials to revamp the state’s marijuana social equity licensing process.

/ BUSINESS

Jushi Holdings Inc. reported quarterly revenue of $24.9 million and a net loss of $30 million.

Tilray, Inc. announced an agreement to exchange $72.9 million of debt for approximately 6.4 million shares.

BevCanna Enterprises Inc. signed a letter of intent to acquire Naturo Group Investments Inc.

Vireo Health International, Inc. filed a preliminary prospectus to issue up to C$260 million in securities.

Nabis Holdings settled a lawsuit against its former president and CEO.

Weedmaps is an official sponsor for the upcoming Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. fight.

/ CULTURE

Jay-Z joined TPCO Holding Corp. as chief visionary officer.

Former hockey player Daniel Carcillo spoke about his use of psychedelics for mental health.

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SD cops sue to overturn cannabis ballot measure (Newsletter: November 24, 2020)

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Feds: Fewer banks work with marijuana businesses; VA gov: State can be cannabis “leader” in South; IL uses legalization revenue to expunge records

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A South Dakota sheriff and police colonel have filed a lawsuit—paid for in part with state funds—asking a court to overturn the state’s voter-approved marijuana legalization ballot measure.

New data from the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network shows that the number of banks reporting working with marijuana industry clients continues to drop—for the third quarter in a row. But part of that is due to no longer having to track hemp accounts, and the coronavirus pandemic has shuttered some cannabis businesses, the agency said.

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) said his state will be a “leader” on marijuana legalization in the South. He also spoke about whether cannabis home cultivation should be allowed under the bill he intends to pass in 2021.

  • “You could make the argument or the point that we’re able to brew beer in our home, why not grow marijuana? I’ve heard that. I understand that.”

The state of Illinois is using cannabis tax revenue to fund a new program called New Leaf that helps people expunge their prior marijuana records.

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture published a report on Japanese import regulations for hemp products.

Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich tweeted, “Here are 7 things Biden can do by executive order on Day One:… Ease cannabis restrictions”

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North Carolina’s attorney general tweeted, “Research shows that Black and white populations in NC smoke marijuana at about the same rates, but Black populations are disproportionately charged and convicted of marijuana possession. The Task Force has adopted recommendations to help find a solution.”

A California judge overturned a regulation allowing marijuana billboards along highways. Separately, a recent ruling by another judge upholding state regulations on cannabis delivery services might not be as big of a win for the industry as was originally reported.

Georgia’s Access to Medical Cannabis Commission met.

The Florida Boards of Medicine and Osteopathic Medicine’s Joint Committee on Medical Marijuana met.

West Virginia regulators plan to approve medical cannabis dispensary license applications by the end of the year.

Nevada marijuana dispensaries will remain at 50% occupancy under new state coronavirus restrictions.

Kentucky regulators are allowing a hemp processing plant to resume operations following a shutdown caused by odor and emissions complaints.

A Virginia delegate is pushing to earmark any future marijuana tax revenue for reparations for Black and Indigenous people.

The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands lawmaker who authored the territory’s marijuana legalization law said that regulators should focus first on enabling medical cannabis access before they open the recreational market.

A claim by a Texas representative that there’s “up to 75% reduction in opioid dosage for medical cannabis users” is mostly true, according to PolitiFact.

Alaska marijuana regulators will meet on Tuesday.


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The Tarrant County, Texas district attorney created a procedure for people to get their misdemeanor marijuana possession cases dismissed.

/ INTERNATIONAL

The Canadian government granted an exemption to a woman to use psilocybin for depression.

Thailand’s justice minister issued a memo clarifying that drugs like cocaine, marijuana and opium remain generally illegal following a move to allow their use for research.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that medical cannabis “is considered as a therapeutic option by many [Parkinson’s disease] patients.”

Ohio State University’s Drug Enforcement and Policy Center established a marijuana research grant program.

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The Mexican Bishops Council criticized the passage of a marijuana legalization bill in the country’s Senate.

/ BUSINESS

ATAI Life Sciences closed a $125 million funding round, including a $12 million investment from Peter Thiel.

Folium Biosciences is being accused in a lawsuit of dumping ethanol into the ground outside a factory space and into the sewer system at an extraction facility surrounded by farmland.

Tilray, Inc. announced an agreement to exchange $124.3 million of its convertible debt for 10.9 million shares.

Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. announced a fundraising initiative to support food banks, homeless shelters and nonprofits working to address food insecurity.

MedMen Enterprises Inc. announced it is carrying former basketball player Al Harrington’s Viola products at all of its locations.

Maine retailers sold $1.4 million worth of recreational marijuana products during the first month of legal sales.

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The NHL Alumni Association canceled plans for a study on marijuana.

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Legal cannabis states see fewer teens in treatment, CDC says (Newsletter: November 23, 2020)

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CT House speaker: “50-50” for legal marijuana in 2021; Canadian gov’t responds to psychedelics petition; PA lawmakers target lt. gov.’s cannabis flag

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A new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study shows that teen treatment admissions for marijuana fell sharply in most states with legalization—a finding that runs counter to prohibitionist claims that reform would spur youth cannabis use.

Connecticut’s incoming House speaker says there’s a “50-50 chance” the state will legalize marijuana next year, and he wants a vote on it even if it doesn’t have enough support to pass. The top lawmaker also says he has a lot of friends who go to Massachusetts to buy cannabis.

  • “I have a lot of neighbors and friends that go to work every day who take care of their families. They go to Northampton, they buy pot. They drive back, and they are still practicing responsible adults. You can’t just pretend that it’s not all around you and readily available.”

Top Canadian government officials responded to a petition calling for the decriminalization of psychedelics by noting that there are pathways for certain people to get legal exemptions to use the substances but that no broad law changes are planned.

Pennsylvania Republican lawmakers are trying to stop Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D) from displaying marijuana and LGBT flags from his office balcony with a budget amendment. But he says he won’t stop until cannabis is legal and people have equal rights.

  • “It’s kinda flattering that they changed Pennsylvania law just for me. Speaking of changing laws… I’ll take them down when we get: LEGAL WEED FOR PA + EQUAL PROTECTION UNDER THE LAW for LGBTQIA+ community in PA.”

Did President Trump’s failure to embrace marijuana legalization cost him votes in key states, and maybe the whole election? Marijuana Policy Project’s Don Murphy looks at the data in a new op-ed.

  • “One thing is certain: sharing your ballot with cannabis will embarrass you. In the red states, in the blue states and in the battleground states, pot is more popular than the pols.”

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The head of the Internal Revenue Service’s Small Business/Self-Employed Division said that marijuana business tax compliance enforcement is a priority.

A Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration official said that more than half of positive drug tests of commercial drivers are for marijuana.

The office of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) again criticized Democrats for including marijuana banking provisions in coronavirus relief legislation.

Rep. Andy Levin (D-MI) tweeted, “⬛Arizona, Montana, South Dakota and New Jersey voted to legalize marijuana. ⬛Colorado passed paid family leave and rejected an abortion ban. ⬛Nebraska voted to limit predatory lending. Progressive policies are popular in purple and red states. We have a winning message.”

Rep. Kurt Schrader (D-OR) appeared on the U.S. Hemp Roundtable’s podcast.

The House bill to deschedule marijuana and fund programs to repair the harms of the war on drugs got two new cosponsors for a total of 120.

The House bill to require the Food and Drug Administration to allow CBD as a dietary supplement got two new cosponsors for a total of 24.

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Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor said he thinks a legal marijuana industry would complement the state’s existing hemp program. He also tweeted, “Pennsylvania is *literally* the mushroom capital of the world. The micro-dosing revolution is coming with wellness through nature. People’s lives + records are ruined by criminalizing plants. PA  could use them as a balm for economics + wellness. Agriculture is our TOP industry in PA. Revolutionary Ag products that smash the absurd stigmas: hemp, legal weed, + Psilocybin mushrooms. Jobs, wellness, revenue economic development, and justice.”

North Carolina’s attorney general tweeted, “Marijuana is used at nearly equal percentages among Black and white populations in NC. However, 63 percent of convictions for simple possession of marijuana charges in NC last year were people of color, even though they are only 30 percent of our state’s population.”

Colorado marijuana businesses will remain open during the state’s increased coronavirus restrictions.

Alaska regulators will consider reinstating an expired emergency rule that allowed curbside pickup of marijuana on Monday.

Indiana lawmakers spoke about plans to file marijuana bills in the 2021 session.

A Texas representative said the time is right to advance the conversation about legalizing marijuana.

A Michigan judge denied a company’s request for an injunction on Mt. Pleasant’s marijuana licensing process.

California’s top marijuana regulator is stepping down next month.

Florida regulators discussed hemp issues with Israeli officials at a summit.

Wyoming regulators gave an update on the state’s hemp program.

Oregon regulators approved marijuana license violation stipulated settlement agreements.


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The Delaware County, Pennsylvania Council enacted a marijuana decriminalization ordinance.

A report shows that Fayetteville, Arkansas marijuana arrests are going down after the approval of a lowest law enforcement priority measure.

/ INTERNATIONAL

Israel’s justice minister published a draft marijuana legalization bill for public comment.

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines will reportedly allow “cultivation, research, processing, and prescription of psychedelic plant-based compounds” for research.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A review concluded that “evidence demonstrates benefit of [cannabinoid‐based medical products] in multiple sclerosis, chronic neuropathic pain, chemotherapy induced nausea and vomiting, resistant paediatric epilepsy, anxiety and insomnia.” and that they “are well tolerated with few serious adverse events.”

A review examined “compelling pre‐clinical evidence supporting the therapeutic potential of [cannabinoids] to improve wound healing by modulating key molecular pathways.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The National District Attorneys Association is hosting a webinar on marijuana legalization’s “adverse impacts on youth” on December 9.

/ BUSINESS

Red Light Holland Corp. and Halo Labs Inc. signed a non-binding letter of intent to create a joint venture to become a licensed psilocybin manufacturer in Oregon.

A federal court dismissed a lawsuit from a former Ilera Helathcare accountant who claimed she was wrongfully terminated for reporting fraud.

Holistic Industries of Arkansas LLC is suing Feuerstein Kulick LLP for alleged legal malpractice.

KIND Financial launched a closed-loop payment system for cash-free mobile payments for cannabis businesses.

Harvest Health & Recreation Inc. settled a lawsuit against previous owners of Interurban Capital Group.

/ CULTURE

Rapper Wiz Khalifa and former football player Michael Strahan are being sued by one of the co-owners of their cannabis company Khalifa Kush.

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