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TX House approves cannabis bills (Newsletter: April 29, 2021)

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Senate chair talks marijuana banking; RI leaders: Legal cannabis inevitable; LA gov’s “great interest” in legalization; USDA hemp cosmetics plan

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Senate Banking Committee Chairman Sherrod Brown (D-OH) indicated he’s walking back his insistence that marijuana banking be tied to sentencing reform. He also said he’s talking to Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) about whether to incorporate it into a broader cannabis bill.

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards (D) said he has “great interest” in a marijuana legalization bill that’s advancing in the GOP-led legislature and will consider signing it if sent to his desk—a big shift from the dismissive opposition he’s previously expressed.

The Texas House of Representatives approved bills to expand the state’s limited medical cannabis law and to lower penalties for possessing marijuana concentrates. On Thursday, the body will consider legislation to decriminalize marijuana.

Rhode Island’s House speaker and Senate president both described marijuana legalization as “inevitable” in interviews this week. That said, there are questions about whether it will get done this year. In the meantime, the House Finance Committee will hold a hearing on cannabis reforms, including legalization, on Thursday.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is teaming up with a chemical manufacturing company to develop hemp-based cosmetics and other personal care products. The federal department is working on turning hemp into fuels, lubricants, adhesives, food ingredients and fiber products.

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The Biden administration is expected to announce a plan to ban menthol cigarettes this week.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement posted a solicitation for a portable cannabis analyzer device.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) will participate in the NYC Cannabis Parade & Rally on Saturday.

The Senate marijuana banking bill got one new cosponsor for a total of 34.

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Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee (R) said he remains opposed to medical cannabis. Separately, the House speaker said he sees a potential path forward for reform legislation even though a key bill was defeated in a committee this week.

The South Dakota Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case on the fate of the voter-approved marijuana legalization law.

The Alabama Senate defeated a marijuana decriminalization bill on a procedural motion. Separately, the House speaker said a medical cannabis bill is expected to be on the floor next week.

Louisiana’s House speaker pro tem said he will seek to use revenue generated by a tax on medical cannabis flower created through a bill he is sponsoring to fund a new Office of the State Public Defender.

A Wisconsin senator said she will file marijuana legalization and medical cannabis bills as standalone items if Republican leaders remove them from the budget.

Washington State regulators published a policy statement on THC compounds other than delta-9-THC.

Oklahoma regulators are extending the beginning inventory period for the state’s seed-to-sale tracking system through June 30.

Maine regulators filed a motion opposing a federal lawsuit challenging the state’s residency requirements for medical cannabis business owners.

Michigan regulators posted answers to frequently asked questions about marijuana potency, labeling and tracking issues.

West Virginia regulators tweeted about how physicians can become certified to recommend medical cannabis.


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Federal prosecutors said former Calexico, California officials should be sentenced to 30 months in prison with three years of supervised release after they pled guilty to accepting a $35,000 bribe in exchange for expediting a cannabis dispensary permit application.

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A study found that “the number of publications collectively published on the topic of cannabis follows an upward trend” and that “over the past 20 years, the volume of cannabis research has grown steeply, which can be largely attributed to the existence of a large amount of funding dedicated to research this topic.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

Twenty-three Alabama district attorneys sent a letter urging lawmakers to reject a medical cannabis bill.

The Alabama Democratic Party is sending out marijuana stickers in exchange for donations.

/ BUSINESS

Philip Morris International Inc. is considering ways to enter the marijuana industry.

Acreage Holdings, Inc. closed its agreement to divest 100% of its Acreage Florida, Inc. subsidiary to Red White and Bloom Brands, LLC.

The Valens Company Inc. submitted an application to list on the Nasdaq Capital Market.

A federal judge certified class status for former Helix TCS security guards that are suing the company for allegedly failing to pay overtime.

The Harvest Cannabis Dispensary fired an employee for refusing to get a coronavirus vaccine.

The founder and CEO of Iterable says he was fired for microdosing LSD at work.

Akerna said 4/20 was the highest sales day ever recorded for retail cannabis sales.

Canadian retailers sold $263 million worth of legal marijuana products in February.

/ CULTURE

Seth Rogen’s marijuana company Houseplant made PSAs about how to smoke marijuana.

Arnold Schwarzenegger spoke about how he used to smoke marijuana and work out with Tommy Chong.

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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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USPS says hemp and CBD vapes are banned from the mail (Newsletter: October 21, 2021)

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FDA will use Reddit to learn about CBD & delta-8; Top Mexican senator: marijuana vote soon; Activist apes erect monolith at DEA headquarters

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The U.S. Postal Service released its final rule to implement a ban on shipping vaping devices, and it clarified that hemp, CBD and marijuana vapes are generally not mailable—even if the products are federally legal.

The Food and Drug Administration announced a plan to search Reddit and additional “novel” data sources to better understand the health effects of CBD and other marijuana-derived compounds like delta-8 THC “in real-time.”

Mexico’s Senate president said lawmakers will finally pass a marijuana legalization bill “in the coming weeks or months” because there’s “no longer room for the prohibitionist policy.”

  • “We are the Mexico of freedoms, and the people are aware of it.”

Activists dressed as apes erected a 2,001-pound monolith in front of Drug Enforcement Administration headquarters to urge the agency to “evolve” from its drug war mindset—a play on Stanley Kubrick’s classic film 2001: A Space Odyssey.

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture released new podcasts about hemp.

Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control Co-chair Chuck Grassley (R-IA) asked witnesses at a hearing if the U.S. has “lost the war on marijuana.”

Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) said there’s momentum behind marijuana reform at the state level and “it’s a matter of time” before it is federally legalized, though there needs to be action on cannabis banking “right now.”

The House bill to allow CBD as a dietary supplement got one new cosponsor for a total of 32.

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

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New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) signed a bill to ease restrictions on owning and investing in minority-, women- and veteran-owned medical cannabis businesses.

Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Nikki Fried, currently the agriculture commissioner, called for a state investigation into a new medical cannabis rule issued by regulators that she says creates financial and regulatory burdens that only apply to black farmers.

Ohio Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Cranley, currently Cincinnati’s mayor, tweeted, “Instead of criminalizing marijuana we should legalize it and invest that money back into our communities. My plan will tax marijuana and use the revenue to create 30,000 jobs per year that pay a minimum of $60,000 per year to build the vital infrastructure that Ohio needs.”

The New Hampshire House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee voted to send marijuana legalization bills to interim study, delaying their consideration.

A Mississippi senator detailed new changes in the latest version of a draft medical cannabis bill.

A New York senator slammed the New York Post for its alarmist reporting about a new law that decriminalizes syringes.

An Oklahoma activist filed a court challenge against other activists’ proposed marijuana legalization and medical cannabis ballot initiatives.

Michigan’s Department of Agriculture and Rural Development sent a press release urging farmers to participate in a federal hemp survey.

Montana regulators proposed marijuana rules and will hold a public hearing on November 16.

Louisiana regulators proposed changes to medical cannabis cultivation rules.

Connecticut regulators proposed recommendations for a public education campaign about marijuana.

South Dakota regulators issued a contract to a company to manage the state’s medical cannabis patient and business registration system.

Massachusetts regulators posted a medical cannabis FAQ.


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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said his government will explore ways to reduce barriers to research on psilocybin and other drugs.

Switzerland’s Social Security and Health Commission of the Council of States recommended that the country legalize marijuana.

Costa Rica’s Congress approved a bill to legalize medical cannabis.

The Philippine Department of Justice released information about 50 deadly operations in the nation’s bloody “war on drugs.”

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that “about half of participants who ever used CBD for pain reported improved pain, and many substitute CBD for pain medications including opioids and benzodiazepines.”

A case study suggested “a significant analgesic effect of cannabis in the treatment of symptomatic headaches.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

A poll of German citizens found that 30 percent support legalizing marijuana and 59 percent back medical cannabis.

Americans Against Legalizing Marijuana highlighted the fact that Nikolas Cruz, who pleaded guilty to committing the 2018 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, said he believes “this country would do better if everyone would stop smoking marijuana and doing all these drugs” during remarks in court.

The American Family Association is working to dissuade Mississippi lawmakers from passing a medical cannabis bill.

The HIV Legal Network, Canadian Drug Policy Coalition, Canadian Association of People who Use Drugs and other groups sent a letter urging Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to prioritize drug policy reform in mandates to his new Cabinet.

/ BUSINESS

HEXO Corp has a new CEO.

COMPASS Pathways plc was granted a U.S. patent for crystalline psilocybin.

/ CULTURE

Ziggy Marley called out Singapore’s government for sentencing a man to death for possessing two pounds of cannabis.

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Senate leaders back DC cannabis sales, bucking Biden (Newsletter: October 20, 2021)

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NY restricts workplace marijuana testing; SD lawmakers approve legalization proposal; CA cannabis environmental cleanup grants

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The Senate Appropriations Committee released FY2022 spending legislation that would finally let Washington, D.C. legalize marijuana sales—in contravention of President Joe Biden’s budget request. The House already signed off on eliminating the ban, and Democratic leaders plan to enact a final appropriations package by December 3,

  • The new Senate bills would also protect state medical cannabis laws from federal interference, call to reconsider policies that fire federal workers for marijuana and criticize Schedule I research roadblocks.

New York’s Department of Labor issued guidance saying that employers cannot drug test most workers for marijuana—going so far as to say the odor of cannabis cannot be used to prove impairment on the job.

  • “Observable signs of use that do not indicate impairment on their own cannot be cited as an articulable symptom of impairment. Only symptoms that provide objectively observable indications that the employee’s performance of the essential duties or tasks of their position are decreased or lessened may be cited.”

The South Dakota legislature’s Adult-Use Marijuana Study Subcommittee approved a bill to legalize recreational cannabis. Activists don’t necessarily trust that lawmakers will follow through and still plan to move forward with a plan to put another legalization initiative before voters next year.

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife will hold a workshop this week about a new grants program to help small marijuana cultivators with environmental clean-up and restoration. The funds come from cannabis tax revenue.

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Former President Donald Trump reportedly planned to send 250,000 troops to the border and stage military raids against drug cartels inside Mexico until he was dissuaded from doing so by the secretary of defense.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) tweeted, “The federal prohibition on marijuana has disproportionately harmed young people of color. @SenBooker, @RonWyden, and I are working to pass our Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act to end the federal prohibition and undo the harms of the War on Drugs.”

Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) wrote about his support for federal marijuana law reform in a constituent letter.

Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) sent a press release and posted a tweet cheering the removal of a rider blocking Washington, D.C. from legalizing marijuana sales in newly released Senate appropriations legislation.

Washington State Democratic congressional candidate Jason Call tweeted, “Let it be known that the incumbent in my district has never supported federal legalization. To be sure, worse than that, he’s voted at least 4 times to allow the DOJ to continue to prosecute people in states where cannabis has been legalized. Like my own state of WA.”

The House bill to deschedule marijuana and fund programs to repair drug war harms got 11 new cosponsors for a total of 87.

The House bill to allow CBD as a dietary supplement got one new cosponsor of a total of 31.

/ STATES

Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist, currently a congressman, tweeted, “18 states have already legalized recreational marijuana — it’s time Florida does too.”

Virginia Democratic lieutenant governor candidate Hala Ayala, currently a delegate, highlighted marijuana legalization as a key accomplishment.

Washington, D.C.’s attorney general tweeted, “After 6 years of advocacy, I’m glad to see Congress respecting the will of DC voters. I hope DC will soon be able to regulate our local marijuana market, direct new tax revenue to communities most impacted by over-criminalization, & take steps to expunge related criminal records.” The Council chairman tweeted, “This is a step in the right direction. We hope that, as the bill moves through the Senate, no rider language is inserted so we can honor the will of District voters and set up a safe, equitable recreational cannabis market.”

California’s attorney general and other officials will participate in a conference commemorating the 25th anniversary of the state’s medical cannabis law on November 5.

Wisconsin’s Assembly speaker said he supports medical cannabis but does not support recreational marijuana legalization “at this time.” (About 18:00 into the audio.)

Pennsylvania’s House minority leader said marijuana legalization bills don’t yet have enough momentum to pass.

The chairwoman of Delaware’s Senate Health & Social Services Committee said she is eager to hold a hearing on a marijuana legalization bill if it can clear the House.

The Illinois Supreme Court ordered the consolidation of various lawsuits challenging regulators’ marijuana business licensing award processes.

The South Dakota legislature’s Rules Review Committee will consider newly revised medical cannabis regulations on Monday.

A Wisconsin senator who is sponsoring a marijuana legalization bill held a virtual roundtable meeting about the issue.

A New Jersey judge pointed out that the legalization of marijuana is reducing the number of required court appearances.

Nevada regulators proposed rules on cannabis weighing and measuring.

Colorado regulators are forming a work group on cannabis cross pollination.

Ohio regulators published question and answer responses about medical cannabis dispensary license applications.

Montana regulators will host a cannabis virtual listening session on Friday.

Michigan regulators will host a marijuana social equity education session on October 28.


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A policy by Baltimore, Maryland’s district attorney not to prosecute minor drug possession and prostitution led to fewer new low-level drug and prostitution arrests, almost no rearrests for serious crimes for those who had charges dropped, and fewer 911 calls.

/ INTERNATIONAL

Spain’s Congress rejected a marijuana legalization bill.

Western Australia’s Parliament formed a Select Committee into Cannabis and Hemp.

The Philippine Department of Justice said it will make public information about certain killings in the nation’s bloody “war on drugs.”

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A case study appears to “demonstrate a possible benefit of ‘CBD oil’ intake that may have resulted in the observed tumour regression.”

A study of rats found that “cannabidiol at dose 10 mg/kg bw exerts anxiolytic effect in a model of acute cold stress.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The South Dakota Democratic Party tweeted, “Kristi Noem opposed medical cannabis. Now she’s using $700,00 from South Dakota taxpayers, meant to implement these measures, as thinly-veiled political ads.”

/ BUSINESS

Trulieve donated $250,000 to a campaign seeking to put a marijuana legalization measure on Florida’s 2022 ballot.

iAnthus is being sued by a former employee who alleges he was demoted because he is black.

Harmony Foundation’s former chief administrative officer filed a lawsuit claiming he was fired after speaking up about the firm’s CEO allegedly using $1 million of company money for a personal investment.

Tilray Canada has a new president.

atai Life Sciences formed a nonprofit arm called atai Impact.

Leafly is hosting a contest to celebrate budtenders.

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BoA cancels cannabis researcher’s bank account (Newsletter: October 19, 2021)

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States hype USDA hemp survey; Oakland psychedelics sales initiative; Americans want to live where marijuana’s legal; CA fails to seal cannabis records

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Bank of America canceled the account of marijuana and psychedelics researcher Sue Sisley’s Scottsdale Research Institute—even though they have Drug Enforcement Administration approval for their studies.

  • “This decision is final and won’t be reconsidered.”

A U.S. Department of Agriculture survey of more than 20,000 hemp producers across the country is officially in the mail as of this week—and state agriculture departments are working to make sure that farmers in their jurisdictions participate.

The Oakland, California City Council member who sponsored the nation’s first broad psychedelics decriminalization ordinance is partnering with activists on a new “Go Local” initiative to allow people to purchase psilocybin and other entheogens from local producers.

California officials failed to seal thousands of marijuana conviction records in accordance with state legislation.

A new survey from real estate company Redfin found that Americans prefer to live in places where marijuana is legal.

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The Congressional Research Service published a report on COVID-19’s impact on Mexican drug cartel operations.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) tweeted, “In state after state, Americans are sending a clear message—they want an end to marijuana prohibition. @SenBooker, @RonWyden, and I released our Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act to end the federal prohibition & undo harms of the War on Drugs.”

A spokesperson for Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) blamed the growing market for unregulated cannabinoid products on ongoing marijuana prohibition and on inaction by the Food and Drug Administration.

Florida Democratic congressional candidate Jesse Philippe tweeted, “The ‘War on Drug’ has been a war on American minorities.”

/ STATES

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers (D) issued a proclamation declaring Monday as Wisconsin Hemp Day.

Medical cannabis public service announcements featuring South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) were paid for with taxpayer dollars on a contract that was originally for a marketing campaign about opioid misuse. Separately, the chairman of the legislature’s Adult-Use Marijuana Study Subcommittee is proposing a “compromise” bill that would legalize adult-use cannabis, and which his panel will consider on Tuesday.

Maryland Democratic gubernatorial candidate Doug Gansler, a former state attorney general, discussed his support for marijuana legalization with the Maryland Black Caucus Foundation.

California’s attorney general announced that the state eradicated nearly 1.2 million illegally cultivated cannabis plants and seized more than 180,000 pounds of illegally processed marijuana as part of an annual effort.

A Maine law decriminalizing drug paraphernalia took effect.

Ohio’s House speaker said he thinks new marijuana legalization legislation will get hearings.

Oregon’s Senate president is calling for the National Guard to combat illegal marijuana cultivation.

Florida lawmakers filed legislation to allow medical cannabis patients to obtain recommendations via telemedicine.

An Illinois judge will hold a hearing on regulators’ motions to dismiss lawsuits challenging marijuana business licensing award processes on Tuesday.

Texas regulators issued guidance on delta-8 THC.

Connecticut regulators increased medical cannabis purchase limits.

Utah regulators proposed rules for medical cannabis testing labs.

Colorado regulators are convening a work group to examine existing rules concerning wholesale marijuana cultivation.

Michigan regulators published guidance about pesticide use on cannabis.

Vermont’s Cannabis Control Board and its advisory subcommittees will hold several meetings this week.


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The Rapid City, South Dakota Area Schools Board of Education will consider a medical cannabis policy on Tuesday.

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Italian activists are collecting signatures for a marijuana referendum at in-person events across the country.

A UK lawmaker pressed the government on rescheduling psilocybin.

A Yukon, Canada lawmaker filed an amendment to allow private cannabis retailers conduct e-commerce and home delivery.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that “cannabidiol inhibits SARS-Cov-2 spike protein-induced cytotoxicity and inflammation.”

A review concluded that “ingestion of psychedelics is associated with an increase in mindfulness, specifically relating to domains of acceptance, which encompasses non-judgement of inner experience and non-reactivity.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The National Urban League tweeted about the difference between marijuana legalization and decriminalization.

/ BUSINESS

HEXO Corp.’s CEO has departed the company.

Jushi Holdings Inc. has a new CFO.

Trulieve Cannabis Corp. opened its 100th medical cannabis dispensary in Florida.

/ CULTURE

Former basketball players Allen Iverson and Al Harrington spoke about their involvement in the cannabis industry.

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