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Trump’s on board with new cannabis bill (Newsletter: June 11, 2018)

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McConnell puts hemp in Farm Bill; Sessions left out of marijuana talks; Congressional Black Caucus pushes cannabis reforms

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President Trump was asked if he supports new Senate legislation to let states set their own marijuana laws without federal interference.

  • “I really do. I support Senator Gardner. I know exactly what he’s doing. We’re looking at it. But I probably will end up supporting that, yes.”

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) succeeded in inserting hemp legalization language into the wide-ranging Farm Bill, which is expected to be approved in committee this week.

U.S . Attorney General Jeff Sessions lamented in an interview that he was left out of the White House’s marijuana talks with Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO).

The governors of 12 states sent a letter asking congressional leaders to support new far-reaching marijuana legislation.

The Congressional Black Caucus is calling for major marijuana reforms.

/ FEDERAL

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s recent directive on hemp products was the result of a settlement with the Hemp Industries Association.

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions did not mention marijuana once during a speech at a conservative conference in Colorado.

U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) tweeted, “By outlawing marijuana, the federal government puts communities of color, small businesses, public health & safety at risk.”

U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) tweeted, “Legalizing marijuana at the federal level is about stopping our country from repeating the same mistakes of the past. Most Americans already know that too many lives have been needlessly ruined because of the War on Drugs. We need to get this done.” She also tweeted, “Jeff Sessions should focus on issues like transnational criminal organizations and investigating and prosecuting human trafficking, not going after Americans who are using recreational and medicinal marijuana.”

Congressman Michael Burgess (R-TX) supports rescheduling CBD and wants more research on medical cannabis.

Congressman Ted Lieu (D-CA) cut the ribbon at the opening of a marijuana dispensary.

Congressman Andy Barr (R-KY) and Congressman Thomas Massie (R-KY) appeared at a hemp event.

Congressman Ro Khanna (D-CA) tweeted, “The federal government should respect the wishes of voters in states that have legalized marijuana.”

Congressman Jason Lewis (R-MN) tweeted, “On the heels of introducing the Strengthening the Tenth Amendment Through Entrusting States (STATES) Act, it’s great to see the Administration recognizing the importance of protecting states’ rights to handle marijuana regulation within their borders.”

Former Congressman Billy Tauzin (R-LA), who also served as PhRMA CEO, now works with a medical cannabis company.

The U.S. Senate bill to deschedule marijuana and withhold funding from states with discriminatory enforcement got one new cosponsor, for a total of six.

The U.S. House bill to deschedule marijuana and withhold funding from states with discriminatory enforcement got one new cosponsor, for a total of 39.

The U.S. House bill to respect state marijuana laws got two new cosponsors, for a total of 17.

The U.S. House bill to increase marijuana businesses’ access to banks got one new cosponsor, for a total of 93.

/ STATES

South Carolina Democratic primary voters will see a nonbinding medical cannabis question on their Tuesday ballots.

New Jersey’s Senate president is cosponsoring a new bills to legalize marijuana and expand the state’s medical cannabis program. Gov. Phil Murphy (D) is staying neutral on which of various pending cannabis bills he prefers.

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu (R) signed into law bills creating a medical cannabis oversight board and making changes to patient ID card rules. Separately, the Senate minority leader said he plans to file a marijuana legalization bill.

The New York Assembly approved legislation to expunge marijuana conviction records.

Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee (D) tweeted, “Our federal marijuana laws are broken — and we need to ensure this Justice department does not interfere with Washington state’s thriving, well-regulated marijuana market.”

Kentucky’s agriculture commissioner tweeted support for including hemp legalization in the federal Farm Bill.

Florida gubernatorial candidate Philip Levine, currently the Miami Beach mayor, released a video about his support for legalizing marijuana. Rival Andrew Gillum, the Tallahassee mayor, tweeted that he is “proud to be the first candidate in this race to support legalizing marijuana.” They and other candidates are trying to out-marijuana one another on Twitter. Meanwhile, patient advocates are asking an appeals court to immediately certify an appeal concerning the legality of smoking medical cannabis. Separately, regulators will hold a series of Monday meetings about proposed medical cannabis rule changes.

Colorado gubernatorial candidate Jared Polis, currently a congressman, tweeted, “With Jeff Sessions in town, it’s a great day to talk about protecting CO’s forward-looking cannabis industry. We won’t let the AG drag CO back into the days of prohibition.”

Michigan regulators cancelled a meeting at which they were expected to award medical cannabis business licenses.

Rhode Island lawmakers rejected Gov. Gina Raimondo’s (D)  proposed expansion of the state medical cannabis program in budget legislation. However, they moved to increase dispensary license fees by 4,900%. Meanwhile, a representative is optimistic about legalization in 2019.

Oregon regulators released more information about their pausing of the processing of marijuana business license applications. They will hold a meeting on Thursday.

/ LOCAL

A Dane County, Wisconsin supervisor wants to place an advisory marijuana legalization question on the November ballot.

/ INTERNATIONAL

Alderney lawmakers are expected to vote on marijuana proposals this week.

The Canadian military plans to restrict, not ban, marijuana use by soldiers.

/ ADVOCACY

Prohibitionist organization Smart Approaches to Marijuana opened a new office and is hiring for several positions, including in New York and Denver. The group appears to be freaking out over President Trump’s backing of a new marijuana bill.

The Cooperative Credit Union Association is supporting new Senate marijuana legislation.

Conservative commentator Laura Ingraham said she’s “disappointed” about President Trump’s support for marijuana legislation.

Commentator Geraldo Rivera cheered the president’s support for cannabis reform.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A review  of cannabinoids in pain medicine found “good long-term efficacy and long-term tolerability.”

A study of marijuana use rates found that “any cannabis use may be decreasing among teens,” but “relative odds of more frequent use among users increased in ages 12-64 since 2007.”

/ OPINION & ANALYSIS

The San Francisco Chronicle editorial board wants President Trump to follow through on supporting marijuana reform.

/ BUSINESS  

Several Colorado marijuana businesses are considering leaving the state as a result of Gov. John Hickenlooper’s (D) veto of legislation to allow publicly traded entities to hold cannabis licenses.

/ CULTURE     

Rapper T.I. spoke about the fact that it’s difficult for people with marijuana convictions to work in the legal cannabis industry.

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Tom Angell is the editor of Marijuana Moment. A 20-year veteran in the cannabis law reform movement, he covers the policy and politics of marijuana. Separately, he founded the nonprofit Marijuana Majority. Previously he reported for Marijuana.com and MassRoots, and handled media relations and campaigns for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition and Students for Sensible Drug Policy. (Organization citations are for identification only and do not constitute an endorsement or partnership.)

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Connecticut leaders plan legal cannabis push in 2020 (Newsletter: January 23, 2020)

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Congressman tours dispensary for Bernie Sanders; Mexican marijuana bill circulating; Vermont statewide psychedelics decrim filed

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Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont (D) and top lawmakers are saying that 2020 could be the year the state legalizes marijuana, with the Senate Democratic caucus expected to outline the details of a cannabis plan on Thursday.

Mexican lawmakers are circulating a new draft marijuana legalization bill ahead of the start of a new session next month. The nation’s Supreme Court set a deadline of April 30 to end cannabis prohibition.

Vermont representatives filed a bill to decriminalize psychedelics—such as psilocybin, ayahuasca and peyote—at the state level. Kratom is also included.

Rep. Mark Pocan (D-WI) toured a Las Vegas marijuana dispensary as part of a delegation representing the presidential campaign of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT).

/ FEDERAL

The Drug Enforcement Administration’s chief of operations and other law enforcement officials were appointed to a new Presidential Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice.

Former Drug Enforcement Administration and Food and Drug Administration officials are part of a Consumer Brands Association advisory board on CBD products.

Former Veterans Affairs Sec. David Shulkin said that medical cannabis is part of a “multifaceted” approach to prevent suicides by military veterans.

A former Maryland delegate pleaded guilty in federal court to charges of soliciting and accepting bribes from marijuana businesses.

Rep. Lori Trahan (D-MA) toured a marijuana cultivation facility.

Rep. Denver Riggleman (R-VA) tweeted about discussing hemp at the Virginia Agriculture Growers Association conference.

Alabama Republican U.S. Senate candidates discussed marijuana policy during a debate.

/ STATES

Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor tweeted that medical cannabis for military veterans “was a fundamentally recurring theme throughout our 67 county tour.  Vet after Vet, often in tears, describing their anguish and how marijuana was the only thing that made them feel “normal” enough to embrace other therapeutic avenues. Marijuana is truly, truly bipartisan.”

Texas’s agriculture commissioner hosted a public hearing on proposed hemp rules.

South Carolina’s House majority leader called for medical cannabis legalization in his response to Gov. Henry McMaster’s (R) State of the State address.

The new chairman of the New Mexico Senate Judiciary Committee opposes legalizing marijuana.

Key New York senators are expressing concerns about including marijuana legalization in the state budget.

The Idaho Senate Health and Welfare Committee voted to take up hemp legislation.

Pending U.S. Virgin Islands marijuana legalization legislation is being amended to remove a requirement that adult-use consumers register with the territory, among other changes.

Michigan regulators issued a health and safety bulletin about the recall of marijuana vaping cartridges that contain vitamin E acetate.

Oklahoma’s interim top medical cannabis regulator was named to the position permanently.

Alaska’s interim top marijuana regulator is proposing that boards that regulate cannabis and alcohol each get their own administrators instead of sharing one.

Massachusetts cannabis regulators will hold a public forum on Thursday to “to enable applicants to discuss their experience with the licensing process and related concerns.”


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/ LOCAL

Austin, Texas’s police chief said the City Council “does not have the authority to direct APD not to enforce a state law” through a marijuana decriminalization proposal up for a vote on Thursday.

The Alexandria, Virginia commonwealth’s attorney said he will continue pursuing marijuana cases until the state decriminalizes it.

New York City’s City Council speaker tweeted, “Albany must legalize and regulate marijuana and provide justice to the communities that have been and continue to be harmed by decades of misguided drug laws.”

/ INTERNATIONAL

Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Minnis said he supports releasing people who are incarcerated for possessing small amounts of marijuana. He also moved the National Commission on Marijuana from the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Health following a leak of its draft report.

Russian President Vladimir Putin met with the mother of an American-Israeli tourist jailed on marijuana charges and told her that “everything will be okay,” hinting at a possible pardon.

Dutch lawmakers and other leaders issued a manifesto calling for major drug policy reforms.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that “unlike [medical marijuana laws], which are associated with fewer fatal crashes, cities experienced a relative increase in fatal crashes involving young male drivers following marijuana decriminalization.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The Drug Policy Alliance raised concerned about a lack of specificity in equity provisions in New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s (D) marijuana legalization budget proposal.

The Drug Policy Alliance published a report warning against moves to ramp up punishments for fentanyl.

The legislative director of Concerned Women for America wrote a white paper criticizing federal marijuana reform legislation.

South Carolina medical cannabis supporters held a rally.

/ BUSINESS

MedMen Holdings Inc. is reportedly struggling to pay owed sums to vendors.

The CEO of Powerplant Global Strategies, a cannabis-focused PR firm, endorsed former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (D) for president even though he opposes legalizing marijuana.

Canopy Growth Corporation named a Constellation Brands, Inc. director as the chair of its board.

Investor Peter Thiel discussed his involvement with Atai Life Sciences AG, a company developing psychedelic medicines.

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NY gov puts legal cannabis in budget proposal (Newsletter: January 22, 2020)

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Feds want help IDing marijuana studies; Lawmakers caution against changing cannabis banking bill; NM gov’s State of the State: ‘high time’ to legalize

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) included marijuana legalization in the Fiscal Year 2021 budget proposal he submitted to the legislature.

  • “I believe the budget is the opportunity, frankly, to make some tough decisions and work through tough issues that without the budget can often languish, and I suggest that we get it done in the budget.”

New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) told lawmakers in her State of the State speech that it’s “high time” to legalize marijuana.

  • “This is the fact: recreational cannabis can be the next frontier of our economic expansion. We can get in on the ground floor or we can try to play catch up—I know which one I prefer. And I know which one New Mexicans prefer.”

The lead sponsors of a House-passed marijuana banking bill—Reps. Ed Perlmutter (D-CO), Steve Stivers (R-OH), Denny Heck (D-WA) and Warren Davidson (R-OH)—sent a letter cautioning Senate Banking Committee Chairman Mike Crapo (R-ID) against making broad cannabis policy changes they say are unrelated to the legislation.

A division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is asking for the public’s help in identifying studies on the benefits of medical cannabis for people suffering from migraine headaches and acute pain.

/ FEDERAL

The Environmental Protection Agency’s Region 9 Regional Tribal Operations Committee is scheduled to discuss tribal cannabis programs on February 13.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), a presidential candidate, reiterated his pledge to end the war on drugs, “legalize marijuana in every state in the union” and expunge past records.

Rep. Morgan Griffith (R-VA) decried barriers to marijuana research in an e-newsletter.

New York Democratic congressional candidate Adam Schleifer tweeted, “In Congress, I’ll support removing marijuana from Schedule I; creating unified federal financial framework, health and safety studies and regulation, and revenue-raising taxation of marijuana.”

/ STATES

Kentucky’s agriculture commissioner said the state will continue to operate its hemp program under the provisions of the prior 2014 Farm Bill instead of newer federal rules. Meanwhile, the House of Representatives approved a hemp testing and transportation bill.

Texas’s agriculture commissioner will hold a public hearing on proposed hemp regulations on Wednesday.

Supporters of a proposed Florida marijuana legalization ballot measure filed briefs urging the state Supreme Court to approve its language.

The New York Senate unanimously passed a hemp and CBD bill.

The Michigan Senate Regulatory Reform Committee approved legislation to prohibit labor peace agreements for marijuana businesses. Separately, regulators sent a memo about marijuana businesses’ access to financial services.

The Rhode Island Senate Judiciary Committee and House Judiciary Committee held hearings on legislation to amend medical cannabis regulations.

California’s Veterinary Medical Board will discuss medical cannabis use by animals at a meeting later this month.


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/ LOCAL

The Detroit, Michigan City Council voted to extend a moratorium on recreational marijuana businesses.

Austin, Texas City Council members are working to build support for an expected Thursday vote on a marijuana decriminalization proposal.

/ INTERNATIONAL

New Zealand’s government is moving to repeal a law banning marijuana vaporizers.

The European Food Safety Authority warned that eating hemp foods can cause elevated THC levels.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that “92.3% [of] respondents found that cannabis positively impacted upon their physical and/or mental wellbeing and 56.4% reported that they used less of other substances which are known to be more harmful as a result.”

A study concluded that “individuals with high pain are more likely to consume cannabis multiple times a day, but this use may not be related to better health.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

A poll found that New York voters support legalizing marijuana, 58%-38%.

/ BUSINESS

The Securities and Exchange Commission charged Renewable Technologies Solution, Inc., Green Acres Pharms LLC, SMRB LLC and individuals behind the companies for an alleged scheme to defraud investors.

Akerna completed its acquisition of a majority interest in solo sciences inc.

From The Earth, an American marijuana retailer, is seeking to trade on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.

/ CULTURE

Actor Tom Hanks and Dr. Mehmet Oz decried false claims that they’ve endorsed CBD products.

Musician David Crosby said he still smokes marijuana every night.

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Feds issue trademark for ‘psilocybin’ (Newsletter: January 21, 2020)

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USVI gov pushes legal marijuana in annual speech; Idaho senator files drug decrim bill; White House official voices cannabis concerns

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U.S. Virgin Islands Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. (D) pushed lawmakers to legalize marijuana in his State of the Territory speech, saying that the move will help fund a struggling government employees retirement fund.

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office awarded a company a trademark for the word “psilocybin,” and some decriminalization advocates are not happy about it.

An Idaho senator filed a bill to decriminalize possession of currently illegal drugs.

/ FEDERAL

Office of National Drug Control Policy Director James Carroll discussed his opposition to safe consumption sites for illegal drugs and spoke about the potential harms of marijuana.

A Drug Enforcement Administration official said the agency won’t “turn our head away from” marijuana just because it is legalized under state law.

Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang said that the last time he smoked marijuana was “a past life.” (Around 1:27:55 into the linked video.)

Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), a presidential candidate, said you’d “have to go back to college days” when asked about the last time she smoked marijuana. (Around 3:55:15 into the linked video.)

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), a presidential candidate, tweeted, “Marijuana must be legalized. All our people imprisoned because of it must be returned home to their families and their records expunged.”

Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA) tweeted, “We owe a national apology to the Black men and women  who were targeted, harassed, and incarcerated in the failed war on drugs.” He also tweeted, “It is up to us to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with action — to march for environmental justice, to demand equal pay for our Black brothers and sisters, and to fight for justice for those incarcerated in the failed war on drugs.”

California Democratic congressional candidate Ben Emard tweeted, “To bring the US into the 21st century, we must federally legalize the sale and use of cannabis. To right the wrongs of the past, we must expunge criminal records, release those currently incarcerated, and create equity programs to repay impacted communities.”

/ STATES

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson (R) said he thinks the state will consider legalizing marijuana at some point but that he’s focused on implementing medical cannabis right now.

New York’s lieutenant governor said that legalizing marijuana is an opportunity to help raise revenues in the budget but also to correct the injustices of the criminal justice system. Meanwhile, the chairman of the Senate Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Committee is now on board with legalizing cannabis.

Twenty-seven West Virginia delegates are calling on the state Department of Commerce to study the economic impact of legalizing marijuana.

The Rhode Island House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on legislation to change medical cannabis regulations on Tuesday.

Michigan regulators removed a series of public service announcements videos that advocates had criticized as perpetuating anti-marijuana stereotypes.

Oregon regulators approved marijuana violation stipulated settlement agreements and adopted rules changes.

Arizona regulators reported that 41% of hemp plants tested have excessive THC levels.

California regulators are hosting a series of cannabis permitting workshops this month and next month.

Arkansas regulators rejected the sale of two medical cannabis licenses.


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/ INTERNATIONAL


A candidate for leadership of the UK Labour Party said there needs to be a “national discussion about the war on drugs.”

Italian regulators set THC limits for hemp foods.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A review concluded that “there is currently encouraging, albeit embryonic, evidence for medicinal cannabis in the treatment of a range of psychiatric disorders.”

A study found that “cannabinoids can promote progression of [human papilloma virus] positive [neck squamous cell carcinoma] through p38 MAPK pathway activation.”

/ BUSINESS

FSD Pharma Inc. is scheduled to ring the Nasdaq Stock Market opening bell on Wednesday.

Surterra Wellness stopped making most medical cannabis deliveries.

Wellcana Group plans to significantly expand its Louisiana medical cannabis operation.

/ CULTURE

Actress Gwyneth Paltrow spoke about an “emotional” experience she had on MDMA.

A UFC vice president spoke with former boxer Mike Tyson about efforts to remove marijuana from state athletic commissions’ lists of banned substances.

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