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Utah cannabis measure has enough signatures for ballot (Newsletter: April 23, 2018)

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WA gov brags about “best weed;” Canada’s Liberal Party backs drug decrim; Senator endorses legalization

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Utah activists collected enough signatures to qualify a medical cannabis measure for the state’s November ballot, county officials told Marijuana Moment.

Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee (D) bragged that his state has “the best weed in the United States of America.”

Canada’s Liberal Party adopted a resolution calling for decriminalization of all drugs.

A large number of politicians, celebrities and mainstream brands posted 4/20 tweets, including some who visited cannabis dispensaries to celebrate the day.

/ FEDERAL

U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-NM) endorsed legalizing marijuana.

Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) is introducing legislation to allow medical cannabis in public housing.

U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) is demanding that U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions meet with people who have been harmed by the war on drugs.

U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) said he’s “known for supporting medical marijuana” but that he hasn’t looked at the state’s pending medical cannabis ballot measure yet.

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) published an op-ed about his support for legalizing hemp.

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) spoke about Portugal’s decriminalization of all drugs.

U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) said he gets “angry when you see just privileged people, wealthy people suddenly getting into the marijuana businesses and when I see people celebrating without the understanding that there are people suffering because of past convictions, having had their families destroyed because their wage is suppressed because they can’t get jobs because of what? They got caught for doing things that presidents have done.” He also spoke about cannabis at Al Sharpton’s National Action Network conference and published a lengthy Instagram post about the issue.

Congressman Tom Cole (R-OK), a marijuana legalization opponent, admitted there is “no question opinion has shifted on this.”

Congressman Mike Coffman (R-CO) is skeptical of President Trump’s pledge to respect state marijuana laws.

The Nevada Democratic Party is calling out U.S. Sen. Dean Heller (R-NV) for not doing enough to defend the state’s marijuana laws.

U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) posted a Twitter thread about his newfound support for marijuana law reform. He also published a blog post about why he changed his mind on cannabis.

Congressman Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) released video of his “Cannabis State of the Union” address.

U.S. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) compared marijuana criminalization to alcohol prohibition.

Texas Democratic congressional candidate Chris Perri tweeted, “Too many people are locked up for pot, especially people of color.”

Indiana Democratic congressional candidate Dan Canon tweeted, “Please be careful out there today. Marijuana overdoses increase by an average of eleventy percent every year on 4/20.”

Wisconsin Democratic congressional candidate Tom Palzewicz said he supports decriminalizing marijuana.

New York Democratic congressional candidate Michael DeVito said he supports legalizing marijuana.

CNN examines the likelihood that all or most 2020 Democratic presidential candidates will endorse legalizing marijuana.

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Newly compiled data indicates that in at least 21 states, marijuana arrests increased from 2014 to 2016.

The New Jersey Assembly Oversight, Reform and Federal Relations Committee held a hearing on marijuana legalization.

Idaho Democratic gubernatorial candidates debated marijuana policy.

Rhode Island Republican gubernatorial candidate Allan Fung, currently the Cranston mayor, is “open to” legalizing marijuana and says he supports medical cannabis.

Here’s a look at where Maryland Democratic gubernatorial candidates stand on marijuana legalization.

New Hampshire’s Senate Health and Human Services Committee is expected to vote on a bill to allow medical cannabis cultivation on Tuesday.

A New Mexico judge is barring state regulators from releasing more information about a medical cannabis lab after it complained its trade secrets were revealed.

Michigan regulators are working to help marijuana businesses find alternatives to banks.

Arizona lawmakers are pushing marijuana legalization as a way to fund teacher pay raises.

North Dakota regulators received 17 applications for medical cannabis manufacturing licenses. They also extended the application deadline following confusion about time zones.

/ LOCAL

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) said he’ll be reevaluating his position on marijuana legalization with an eye toward announcing an update later this year.

Brooklyn, New York’s borough president tweeted in support of legalizing marijuana.

A Los Angeles, California city councilman wants marijuana amnesty boxes installed at LAX.

/ INTERNATIONAL

Australia’s Parliamentary Budget Office said legalizing marijuana would generate $3.6 billion in new revenue over four years.

The Washington Post looks at efforts to reform marijuana laws in the Middle East and Northern Africa.

The New York Times examines the phenomenon of “cannabis light” being sold in Italy.

/ ADVOCACY

The Democratic Attorneys General Association sent an email asking its supporters if it should endorse marijuana legalization.

The Center for American Progress is endorsing federal marijuana descheduling legislation.

The New Federalism Fund  and the American Trade Association for Cannabis and Hemp signed a memorandum of understanding to form a federation.

Prohibitionist group Smart Approaches to Marijuana and allies held a 4/20 press conference.

The Marijuana Policy Project is hiring a communications director.

The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives mentioned “ability to monitor medical marijuana dispensing and use” in congressional testimony about prescription drug monitoring programs.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study concluded that “while White Americans develop views on legalizing marijuana based on traditional notions of personal freedom and drug abuse, Black Americans generate their views based on “linked fate” conceptions of group interests related to the history of drug laws and the experiences of Blacks in the criminal justice system.”

/ OPINION & ANALYSIS

A poll found that Kentucky residents support legalizing marijuana as a way to help the state fund pension obligations, 46%-39%.

The Newseum hosted a cannabis policy summit.

The Minneapolis Star Tribune editorial board is supporting legislation to expand research on medical cannabis for veterans.

/ BUSINESS  

Adweek looks at how mainstream brands latched onto 4/20.

CNBC’s Jim Cramer analyzed marijuana stocks.

/ CULTURE     

Actress Mary-Louise Parker spoke at a fundraiser for New York Democratic gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon.

Actor Jason Sudeikis and Conan O’Brien discussed marijuana.

The New Yorker looks at seniors’ increasing interest in cannabis.

Check out this editorial cartoon about U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer’s (D-NY) support for marijuana law reform.

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State treasurers group endorses cannabis banking legislation (Newsletter: May 20, 2019)

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Presidential candidate jokes about psychedelic decrim; GOP congressman presses feds on hemp/CBD credit; Texas medical marijuana expansion advances

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The National Association of State Treasurers adopted a resolution endorsing congressional marijuana banking legislation.

Rep. Andy Barr (R-KY) pressed federal federal regulators about hemp and CBD businesses’ access to credit card processing during a hearing.

  • “I’ve had constituent businesses tell me that their access to financial products, specifically card services, have actually deteriorated since we descheduled industrial hemp in the Farm Bill. This obviously conflicts with congressional intent.”

Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO), a presidential candidate, had some jokes about why Denver voted to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms and how it might have something to do with the supply of marijuana.

The Texas Senate Committee on Health and Human Services approved a House-passed bill to expand the state’s limited medical cannabis law.

/ FEDERAL

The Food and Drug Administration’s principal deputy commissioner and acting CIO posted several tweets about the agency’s efforts to formulate a regulatory strategy for CBD.

White House Office of National Drug Control Policy Director Jim Carroll will travel to China to discuss cracking down on fentanyl production.

South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D), a presidential candidate, spoke about his support for legalizing marijuana and allowing retroactive expungements. He also listed legalization in a new issues section of his website.

Rep. Seth Moulton (D-MA), a presidential candidate, published an op-ed on his efforts to expand medical cannabis access for military veterans.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has reportedly occasionally answered the phone as “Cocaine Mitch.”

Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) tweeted about helping to initiate a marijuana competition, saying it “highlights Oregon as the nation’s best place for clean, craft cannabis & celebrates the evolution of the industry in our community, setting the bar nationally.”

Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) tweeted, “It’s no secret that people of color are disproportionately targeted by law enforcement for marijuana. We must learn from the failed #WarOnDrugs and end today’s war on marijuana.”

The House marijuana banking bill got two new cosponsors, for a total of 182.

/ STATES

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis (D) tapped marijuana industry veteran Ean Seeb as his cannabis policy advisor. Separately, the state attorney general tweeted in support of Denver’s efforts to help people expunge marijuana records.

West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice (R) directed lawmakers to consider legislation on vertical integration of medical cannabis companies during a special session.

Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló (NP) appointed a director for the Medicinal Cannabis Regulatory Board.

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt (R) said the state isn’t generating much revenue from medical cannabis sales yet.

Missouri lawmakers sent Gov. Mike Parson (R) a bill to remove restrictions on industrial hemp.

The New Jersey Assembly is scheduled to vote on medical cannabis expansion and marijuana record expungement bills on Thursday. The expungement legislation would reportedly decriminalize cannabis possession.

The Alabama House Health Committee is reportedly stalling a Senate-passed medical cannabis bill.

A Connecticut representative who supports marijuana legalization said the chances of getting it done within the next two years are “grim” and suggested that lawmakers are considering putting the issue on the ballot.

Rhode Island regulators sent a bulletin about the prohibition on business relationships between medical cannabis dispensaries and physicians.

The Associated Press looks at efforts to ensure social equity in state marijuana legalization bills.


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/ LOCAL

New York City’s public advocate authored an op-ed about his support for legalizing marijuana and how he used to sell it.

/ ADVOCACY

NAACP tweeted about the participation of its president and vice chairwoman in the Cannabis Trade Federation’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Force.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A review of research on oral fluid testing devices concluded that “no THC concentration has been determined that indicates impairment” and that “currently available devices do not meet recommended effectiveness.”

A study concluded that Colorado’s implementation of marijuana legalization is “largely and positively related with marijuana-related traffic fatalities.”

/ OPINION & ANALYSIS

The Los Angeles Times editorial board is critical of California legislation to force municipalities to allow marijuana businesses.

/ BUSINESS

Organigram will begin trading on the Nasdaq on Tuesday.

Cannaramic Media, Inc. is suing Facebook for blocking marijuana-related content.

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Biden begins to shift longtime cannabis opposition (Newsletter: May 17, 2019)

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Oakland City Council psychedelics decrim hearing; Dems’ DOJ bill has medical marijuana rider; Decrim states see less severe domestic violence injuries

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Former Vice President Joe Biden (D), a presidential candidate, now supports decriminalizing marijuana, moving it to Schedule II and letting states set their own laws—but he is not endorsing cannabis legalization like most other 2020 contenders have.

The Oakland, California City Council has scheduled a hearing on a measure supporting the decriminalization of psychedelic drugs like mescaline cacti, ayahuasca and ibogaine—going much further than the psilocybin-focused initiative that Denver voters approved last week.

A 2020 Department of Justice spending bill released by a House subcommittee includes state medical cannabis protections but not a broader rider shielding adult-use marijuana laws from federal interference.

Sens.  Cory Booker (D-NJ) and Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), both presidential candidates, joined with other senators to file a bill to repeal the law that strips federal financial aid from college students with drug convictions.

A study found that states see significant reductions in the severity of injuries stemming from domestic violence after the enactment of marijuana decriminalization, although there is not a drop in overall domestic violence incidents.

/ FEDERAL

Sens. Cory Booker (D-NJ), Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), Kamala Harris (D-CA), Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA); former Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-TX) and former San Antonio, Texas Mayor Julián Castro (D), all presidential candidates, contributed essays to a publication on ending mass incarceration—several of which mention marijuana law reform.

Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang tweeted, “Instead of pardoning billionaires I’d pardon non-violent marijuana and opiate offenders.”

Former Rep. Patrick Kennedy (D-RI) spoke about his opposition to legalizing marijuana.

The House bill to respect state marijuana laws got four new cosponsors, for a total of 47.

The House bill to seal past marijuana records got two new cosponsors, for a total of three.

/ STATES

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards (D) said he supports legalizing hemp. Meanwhile, the House of Representatives rejected a bill to impose a tax on hemp and CBD products. And the House Judiciary Committee reported a marijuana legalization bill without action, recommending that it be sent to a different committee.

New York’s Assembly majority leader said she thinks it’s “very likely” lawmakers will approve marijuana legalization by the end of the session.

Massachusetts regulators voted to approve a social marijuana consumption pilot program.

The California Senate Appropriations Committee approved a hemp bill. Meanwhile, the Assembly Appropriations Committee rejected legislation to temporarily lower marijuana taxes.

New Jersey Assembly committees will hear medical cannabis expansion and marijuana expungement bills on Monday.

Delaware lawmakers filed a marijuana legalization bill.

A Nebraska senator, reacting to his colleagues’ failure to vote on a medical cannabis bill, tweeted, “The Legislature has had their chance, it’s time to go to the ballot!”


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/ LOCAL

Denver, Colorado officials certified the results of last week’s election in which a measure to decriminalize psilocybin mushrooms was approved.

The Bexar County, California district attorney said his office will reject low-level marijuana and drug cases.

A Jacksonville, Florida City Council member hosted a meeting to tout a proposed marijuana decriminalization ordinance.

/ INTERNATIONAL

Israel’s health ministry is removing marijuana from the country’s list of dangerous drugs, which will allow its sales in pharmacies.

Brazil’s Senate approved legislation to increase penalties for selling drugs and force consumers to enter treatment.

Mexico’s interior secretary said the country “has marijuana of the highest quality” and “our ancestors used it in their rituals.”

/ ADVOCACY

The Cannabis Trade Federation launched a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Task Force that includes, among others, NAACP’s president and CEO, National Urban League’s CEO,  former Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-FL) and a former director of the ACLU’s Washington, D.C. office.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found a “negative, yet insignificant relationship between” marijuana legalization and alcohol consumption.

A review concluded that “oromucosal nabiximols and THC have no effect on pain, sleep problems and opioid consumption in patients with cancer pain with insufficient pain relief from opioids.”

/ OPINION & ANALYSIS

The Tulsa World editorial board is calling on Congress to pass marijuana banking legislation.

Author Michael Pollan said that he basically approves of Denver’s psilocybin decriminalization measure despite a general concern he has about using ballot initiatives to advance the issue.

/ CULTURE

Comedian Seth Meyers joked about CBD.

The latest episode of American Dad featured a Wonka-style marijuana factory, with Snoop Dogg voicing a character name Tommie Tokes.

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Oregon Senate votes to legalize cannabis imports & exports (Newsletter: May 16, 2019)

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Legal marijuana expected for 2020 NJ ballot; Treasury sec.: No tax credit for cannabis biz; Texas Senate OKs hemp; No CBD for horses; Border bill

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New Jersey’s Senate president announced that lawmakers are ditching the idea of trying to pass marijuana legalization legislation and will instead put the issue on the 2020 ballot for voters to decide. In the meantime, the legislature will proceed with medical cannabis expansion and expungement proposals.

The Oregon Senate voted to legalize interstate marijuana imports and exports. A change in federal policy is required for the legislation’s provisions to take effect, but the vote itself is a first for any state.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said during a Senate hearing that marijuana businesses should not be able to qualify for federal “opportunity zone” tax credits aimed at encouraging investments in distressed low-income communities.

The Texas Senate unanimously approved a House-passed hemp legalization bill, but not before making some changes—meaning that a conference committee to reconcile the two chambers’ versions will be necessary before the legislation is sent to the desk of Gov. Greg Abbott (R).

Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) reintroduced a bill aimed at solving border issues faced by marijuana industry participants, and to prevent immigrants from being deported over state-legal cannabis use.

The U.S. Equestrian Federation, which regulates most equestrian sports, has ruled that competition horses are not allowed to use CBD.

/ FEDERAL

White House Office of National Drug Control Policy Director Jim Carroll argued that increased border security would “save lives.”

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO), in a Senate floor speech,  included marijuana in a list of drugs that have “flooded our streets” and are contributing to “despair.”

Rep. Jim Hagedorn (R-MN) is reportedly looking into working on gun access issues for medical cannabis patients.

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) tweeted that he’s “proud” to work on “legislation to expand access to medical cannabis for our veterans!”

The Senate marijuana banking bill got two new cosponsors, for a total of 27.

The House marijuana banking bill got two new cosponsors, for a total of 180.

/ STATES

Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont (D) announced that regulators launched an online licensing portal for hemp producers and processors.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) made a number of jokes about drugs during a speech at the opening of a new hotel at JFK airport. Meanwhile, the Senate majority leader said that marijuana legalization discussions are still ongoing.

Kentucky Democratic gubernatorial candidates debated marijuana policy.

In a shift, Connecticut’s House speaker said that marijuana legalization could get a vote during the regular session instead of in a later special session.

The Nebraska Senate held a floor debate on a medical cannabis bill, but is not likely to vote on the proposal.

The Illinois Senate Executive Committee held a hearing on a marijuana legalization bill.

An Oregon bill to legalize marijuana social use areas is reportedly dead.

The Rhode Island Senate Labor Committee held a hearing on a bill to expand employment protections for medical cannabis patients.

The Texas Senate Committee on Health and Human Services will hear a House-passed medical cannabis expansion bill on Friday.

Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana Advisory Board rejected a proposal to remove opioid use disorder as a medical cannabis qualifying condition, and the health secretary said she needs more time to decide whether to add anxiety and Tourette syndrome. The body also rejected recommending adding nausea as a result of irritable bowel syndrome to the list.

Utah regulators gave an update on medical cannabis implementation, CBD product registration and tracking software, and said that physicians will not be punished for using medical marijuana.

Michigan regulators released a bulletin on homogeneity testing of marijuana products.


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The Cincinnati, Ohio City Council postponed a vote on a marijuana decriminalization proposal. A councilmember said he will launch a ballot measure on the issue if his colleagues don’t approve the measure.

New York City’s police commissioner expressed concerns about marijuana legalization during a City Council hearing.

/ INTERNATIONAL

The Ukrainian Parliament’s Human Rights, National Minorities and Interethnic Relations Committee filed a medical cannabis bill in response to a citizen petition.

/ ADVOCACY

The South Dakota Democratic Party tweeted, “States across the country (including our neighbors) are taking steps so that their farmers can take advantage of the economic opportunities of industrial hemp. Thanks to Gov. Noem, though, our farmers can’t, and SD is falling further and further behind.”

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study concluded that “recreational cannabis legalisation is associated with neutral effects on healthcare utilisation” and “is linked to an increase in motor vehicle accidents, alcohol abuse, overdose injuries and a decrease in chronic pain admissions.”

A study found that “black males had a 2.2% point decrease in the relative probability of college enrollment after the passage of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1986.”

/ OPINION & ANALYSIS

A survey found that 82% of banking executives want the federal government to allow financial services providers to do business with the marijuana industry.

/ CULTURE

Jeopardy had yet another marijuana question, one of several in recent weeks.

Musician Tom Morello tweeted in support of legalizing marijuana in New York.

Musician Roger Daltrey chastised audience members for smoking marijuana at a recent concert.

The New York Times Magazine has a cover story on CBD.

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