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White House approves hemp regulations (Newsletter: October 29, 2019)

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Senate considers marijuana study amendment; Mexican committees agree on legalization bill; Colorado gov offers cannabis bonsai advice

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The White House Office of Management and Budget has given its approval to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s proposed hemp regulations. The document hasn’t been released for public comment yet, but that is expected to happen on Tuesday.

Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) filed an amendment that would require the Department of Justice to study the impact of state marijuana legalization laws. The measure is up for consideration for attachment to a spending bill that is on the Senate floor this week.

Several Mexican Senate committees have finalized a jointly negotiated marijuana legalization bill—but while a chamber leader initially said a vote was expected this week, he’s now referred the proposal to a separate panel that could delay consideration.

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis (D) took to Facebook to offer advice on growing marijuana plants bonsai-style.

/ FEDERAL

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that there are now believed to be 1,604 cases of several lung injuries associated with vaping products, 86% of which appear to be tied to THC-containing products.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), a presidential candidate, tweeted, “A Wall Street executive commits fraud, he gets bailed out by the American people and handed enormous tax breaks. A young kid gets arrested for smoking marijuana, he ends up with a criminal record. We’re going to end that absurdity.” He also spoke about equity in the cannabis industry at a rally.

Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), a presidential candidate, tweeted, “Any conversation about legalizing marijuana must also include expunging records and restoring justice to individuals and communities that have been devastated by the failed drug war.” He also tweeted, “It’s time we end our failed War on Drugs, which has really been a war on people. As president, I will fight to tear down this system, and on Day One begin extending clemency to thousands of individuals serving excessive sentences for nonviolent drug offenses.” And he spoke about how the war on drugs is a “war on people” at a forum.

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), a presidential candidate, tweeted, “The War on Drugs was a war on our own people.”

Democratic presidential candidate Tom Steyer said he has smoked marijuana outside the U.S.

Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) spoke about visiting a hemp processing plant in a Senate floor speech.

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Florida’s agriculture commissioner spoke about her plans for hemp.

The North Carolina Senate approved an agriculture bill that includes a ban on smokable hemp as of June 1.

Wisconsin’s Assembly speaker said he is open to medical cannabis in pill form, but not in smokable or edible form.

Montana activists said they will work to place a marijuana legalization statutory initiative and constitutional amendment on the state’s 2020 ballot.

Michigan regulators released an updated safety compliance facility sampling and testing technical guide for medical cannabis products.

The California cannabis Comparable-to-Organic Program Working Group will hold a public meeting on Monday.

A Georgia representative said she received a draft of a bill to create a study committee to look at using blockchain for cannabis purchases and funding options for minority, women and veteran-owned businesses.


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Norwood, Ohio voters will see a marijuana decriminalization measure on their November 5 ballots.

San Francisco, California’s mayor supports safe consumption facilities for illegal drugs.

Chicago, Illinois officials released details about next month’s marijuana special use permit lottery.

/ INTERNATIONAL

The International Narcotics Control Board is warning Australia’s government that a local marijuana legalization law violates international drug treaties.

Germany’s ruling party appears to be considering legalizing marijuana.

Finland’s justice minister is skeptical of a marijuana decriminalization proposal that lawmakers must consider in response to a citizen petition.

A UK government minister reportedly suggested that a mother illegally import medical cannabis for her son.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A review concluded that “cannabidiol can be useful in the management of oral inflammatory disorders.”

A study found that “cannabis is used to reduce pain after [spinal cord injury] and enable increased community participation.”

/ BUSINESS

MedMen Enterprises Inc. reported quarterly revenue of $42 million, up 104% from a year ago, though it also had an annual loss of $172 million, up from a loss of $50.7 million in the previous year.

HEXO Corp reported $15.4 million in quarterly revenue and a net loss of $56.7 million.

Flowhub closed a $23 million funding round led by Kraft Heinz venture capital arm Evolv Ventures.

New England Treatment Access reached a settlement with Boise Cascade Company, which sued the marijuana company over allegedly ripping off its trademarked logo.

Harborside Inc. has a new interim CEO.

/ CULTURE

HBO’s “Silicon Valley” included a logo for Eaze in the opening credits for its new season.

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NY gov wants legal cannabis “soon” (Newsletter: October 26, 2020)

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2022 NE medical marijuana effort launched; SD gov’s anti-cannabis ad; USDA sends & rescinds hemp loan guide; John Legend backs drug decrim

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said the state will legalize marijuana “soon” to help with the economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

  • “We need revenue and we’re going to be searching the cupboards for revenue. And I think that is going to put marijuana over the top.”

Nebraska medical marijuana activists are already collecting signatures for a 2022 ballot measure after the state Supreme Court blocked this year’s initiative last month. The justices ruled the proposal violated the state’s single-subject rule by covering too many topics, so the new one is just one sentence long.

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) appears in a new ad urging voters to reject a marijuana legalization initiative that’s on the state’s ballot.

  • “The fact is, I’ve never met someone who got smarter from smoking pot.”

The U.S. Department of Agriculture released—and then quickly rescinded—guidance on providing loans to hemp businesses. The reversal was a result of Congress extending the federal hemp pilot program.

Sens. Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Jeff Merkley (D-OR) sent a letter pushing back against the Drug Enforcement Administration’s proposed hemp rule, saying it “criminalizes the intermediate steps of hemp processing” and is “wholly inconsistent with Congress’s clearly stated purpose.”

Musician John Legend endorsed Oregon’s drug decriminalization ballot measure.

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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit ruled that a Minnesota congressional election can be held on November 3 despite the death of the Legal Marijuana Now Party candidate.

Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) tweeted, “Legalizing marijuana is the right thing to do. We must also expunge the records of those arrested for marijuana offenses and reinvest proceeds from legalization directly back into our communities.”

Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK) said he opposes legalizing marijuana, while Democratic opponent Abby Broyles said she backs federal decriminalization.

Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) said that it is “not the time to be addressing marijuana sales or usage or research.”

Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) spoke about his support for Arizona’s marijuana legalization ballot measure.

Rep. Steven Palazzo (R-MS) authored an op-ed on why he opposes Mississippi’s medical cannabis ballot measures.

The House bill to deschedule marijuana and fund programs to repair the harms of the war on drugs got one new cosponsor for a total of 118.

The House bill to let Department of Veterans Affairs doctors recommend medical cannabis got one new cosponsor for a total of 21.

West Virginia Democratic Senate candidate Paula Jean Swearengin tweeted, “This isn’t a partisan issue- it’s a greed issue. People from all walks of life want to legalize cannabis, except for those who want to make money off our backs instead of empowering our farmers, small businesses, & working people. We need restorative #cannabis legalization NOW”

California Democratic congressional candidate Shahid Buttar tweeted, “We strongly support the transpartisan movement to end the illegitimate criminalization of cannabis. It’s a civil rights imperative, a pathway to green jobs, and an opportunity to help address the opioid crisis, all in one.”

/ STATES

New Jersey’s Assembly speaker said that if voters approve a marijuana legalization ballot measure they might not be able to buy legal cannabis until well into 2021.

New Hampshire Democratic gubernatorial candidate Dan Feltes spoke about his support for legalizing marijuana.

Indiana Democratic attorney general candidate Jonathan Weinzapfel spoke about his support for legalizing marijuana.

An Illinois judge rejected a request for an immediate ruling in a case seeking to force regulators to issue marijuana craft cultivation licenses.

Missouri regulators are being accused of illegally concealing documents and violating open records laws to undercut a lawsuit challenging their medical cannabis business licensing process.

Delaware’s top medical cannabis regulator said that production will double over the next two years to meet patient demand.

Colorado regulators issued a compliance tip for medical cannabis cultivators and manufacturers.


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The West Norriton Township, Pennsylvania Board of Commissioners approved a marijuana decriminalization ordinance.

Kansas City, Missouri’s mayor tweeted, “I agree with [Joe Biden’s] position on eliminating incarceration for stand alone drug offenses, but that’s a strong position. It’s welcome.  Ending the war is a good thing.”

/ INTERNATIONAL

The Mendoza, Argentina Chamber of Deputies approved medical cannabis legislation.

Ontario, Canada police said the country’s medical cannabis law has a loophole that drives criminal activity.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that “replacing current shampooing practices with a broad-spectrum cannabidiol-containing shampoo significantly reduces both severity and symptoms of scalp inflammation within 2 weeks, with excellent tolerability and treatment satisfaction in subjects with mild to moderate scalp psoriasis or seborrheic dermatitis.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The Tennessee Democratic Party tweeted, “[email protected] will address the damage the War on Drugs has inflicted on the Black community. “

Opponents of Oregon’s drug decriminalization ballot measure want new ballots to be sent to voters in Washington County because a typographical error misstates the result of a “no” vote.

/ BUSINESS

Organigram Holdings Inc. made an additional $2.5 million investment in Hyasynth Biologicals Inc.

Agro Dynamics LLC is suing the Drug Enforcement Administration for allegedly improperly destroying its hemp crops.

/ CULTURE

Jay-Z came out with a new line of marijuana, but wasn’t even quoted in the company’s launch press release.

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MT court rejects cannabis measure challenge (Newsletter: October 23, 2020)

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PA House OKs medical marijuana DUI protection; CO gov jokes TX shouldn’t legalize; Reps slam DEA hemp rule; Expungements hinge on AZ prosecutor race

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The Montana Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit claiming that a marijuana legalization initiative that’s on the state’s ballot violates the state constitution by appropriating funds. The justices didn’t rule on the merits of the claim, but said opponents failed to demonstrate the need for the high court to take it up. A lawyer for the opposition campaign said they will be pursuing the matter in a lower court soon.

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives approved an amendment to protect medical cannabis patients from being charged with DUIs for using their legal medicine.

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis (D) jokingly told Texas not to legalize marijuana so that his own state can keep getting more cannabis tourism.

Nine members of Congress sent a letter pushing back against proposed Drug Enforcement Administration rules they say “will likely have the effect of inhibiting these nascent state hemp programs.”

  • “Our offices have received countless calls from constituents involved in the hemp industry who are extremely fearful that simply following the provisions of the Farm Bill will result in criminal liability.”

The result of a prosecutor race in Maricopa County, Arizona—the state’s most populous county—will determine whether many people with past marijuana convictions will be able to get them expunged.

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Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said, at a debate with President Trump, that “no one should be going to jail because they have a drug problem. They should be going to rehabilitation, not to jail. We should fundamentally change the system, and that’s what I’m going to do.” He also admitted in response to attacks from Trump about his record as a senator that “it was a mistake to pass those laws relating to drugs.”

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), in a debate, again criticized Democrats for mentioning marijuana more than jobs in their coronavirus relief legislation.

Rep. G.K. Butterfield (D-NC) said he supports legalizing marijuana and expunging convictions.

Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) said he polled voters in Kentucky about medical cannabis.

Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) tweeted, “We can’t allow ourselves to be a country where people are locked up for possessing marijuana but Pharma executives get rich off fueling an opioid crisis. Big Pharma should know: your days of profiting off people’s pain are numbered. There will be justice.”

Green Party presidential candidate Howie Hawkins tweeted, “The Green Party has always been clear about the need to End the War on Drugs, starting with legalization of marijuana and reparations for the communities that have been most negatively impacted.”

Florida Democratic congressional candidate Christine Olivo tweeted, “Legalizing Marijuana is becoming more and more popular. I am 100% for the legalization as well as expunging the records of people with past marijuana related convictions! #LegalizeIt”

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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) signed a bill that will require judges to dismiss marijuana charges if prosecutors and defendants want to do so.

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) said he has a “huge passion” for the state’s marijuana legalization referendum and that it will be “a gamechanger particularly for young persons of color.”

New Hampshire Democratic gubernatorial candidate Dan Feltes talked about marijuana legalization as a racial justice issue during a debate.

Utah’s attorney general spoke about his support for medical cannabis in a debate.

Missouri regulators concluded an investigation into a report of moldy medical cannabis without finding any evidence of health and safety concerns.

Here’s a look at campaign finance contributions for and against Arizona’s marijuana legalization measure.

An Oregon judge rejected a lawsuit filed by two vineyards that claimed their businesses would be damaged by a neighboring marijuana growing and processing operation.

The Michigan Parole Board granted a November 17 hearing to a man who is serving decades in prison on marijuana charges.

California’s Veterinary Medical Board discussed using cannabis products to treat animals.


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The Delaware County, Pennsylvania Council amended a proposed marijuana decriminalization ordinance, pushing back the timetable for being able to enact it.

The city of San Diego, California is suing a marijuana business for allegedly failing to pay taxes.

/ INTERNATIONAL

The Bahamian Economic Recovery Committee recommended legalizing marijuana.

A Brazilian judge ruled that importing small amounts of marijuana seeds is not a crime.

Italian regulators added flower-derived CBD to a table of medicines in its narcotics law.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found that “oil solution and sublingual wafer formulations of the extract standardised with CBD were well tolerated and achieved equivalent concentrations of CBD when compared to an available commercial nabiximols formulation.”

A study “demonstrated selective, beneficial effects of low doses of LSD on mood and cognition in the majority of observations.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The CEO of the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry authored an op-ed opposing the state’s marijuana legalization ballot measure.

Decriminalize Nature Portland is holding an event on Sunday to highlight why it opposes Oregon’s psilocybin therapy legalization ballot measure.

Real Action for Cannabis Equity launched a campaign to push back against what it says are racist attacks against a black-owned marijuana business in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

The New Jersey Cannabis Trade Association is a new group made up of the state’s medical marijuana businesses.

The Delaware Cannabis Advocacy Network published a voter guide for next month’s elections.

/ BUSINESS

Delic Corp. reached an agreement for a reverse takeover of Molystar Resources Inc.

/ CULTURE

Former basketball player Shawn Kemp is opening a marijuana dispensary in Seattle, Washington.

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Addiction doctors org backs federal cannabis reforms (Newsletter: October 22, 2020)

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Regulators push Congress to legalize marijuana; NJ Senate cancels referendum hearing; VA gov wants cannabis odor bill change; SD cop’s legalization ad

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The American Society of Addiction Medicine adopted a new marijuana platform calling for rescheduling cannabis and exempting people who comply with state legalization laws from federal prohibition, as well as expunging prior convictions.

  • A portion of the new policy paper appears to have largely copied and pasted language from an Elizabeth Warren press release about her STATES Act—which would exempt people complying with state marijuana laws from federal prohibition—to describe its new stance. ASAM previously partnered with prohibitionist group Smart Approaches to Marijuana to oppose marijuana rescheduling and Obama-era moves to respect state laws. SAM has now removed mentions of ASAM from some pages on its website, though it downplayed the new stance when contacted.

A coalition of state and local marijuana regulators sent a letter urging the House of Representatives to move forward with plans to pass a bill to legalize cannabis and fund programs to repair the harms of the war on drugs. The expected vote has already been delayed once.

The New Jersey Senate Judiciary Committee scheduled and then canceled a Thursday hearing meant to get a head start on considering how to implement marijuana regulations if voters approve the state’s legalization referendum. A staffer told Marijuana Moment it is “unknown” if the event will be rescheduled.

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) is asking lawmakers to make some changes to a bill they sent him to ban police searches and seizures based on the smell of marijuana. His suggested amendment is about the unrelated issue of break lights and headlights, however.

A retired South Dakota police officer appears in a new TV ad urging the state’s voters to approve separate marijuana legalization and medical cannabis ballot measures.

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The Internal Revenue Service is building special audit teams focused on enforcing marijuana industry tax compliance.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit upheld the Internal Revenue Service’s ability to investigate and impose tax consequences on marijuana businesses.

The Small Business Administration’s Office of Advocacy is highlighting the opportunity to submit feedback on a U.S. Department of Agriculture plan to survey hemp businesses.

Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) touted his efforts to successfully extend the federal hemp pilot program.

Sen. John Barasso (R-WY) touted the fact that Senate Republicans’ coronavirus relief bill doesn’t include marijuana banking provisions.

Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY) and his challengers discussed marijuana during a debate.

Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA) cited his work on CBD legislation during a debate as an area where he has bucked his party.

Rep. Frank Pallone (D-NJ) tweeted, “Legalizing marijuana in New Jersey will create jobs and save our state money. While I often argue for legalization from a criminal and racial justice standpoint, there is a strong argument to be made for the economic benefits of legalizing marijuana.”

The House bill to deschedule marijuana and fund programs to repair the harms of the drug war got one new cosponsor for a total of 117.

Mississippi Democratic Senate candidate Mike Espy, a former U.S. agriculture secretary, endorsed the activists-driven medical cannabis measure on his state’s ballot.

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Pennsylvania’s agriculture secretary was announced as the opening speaker for a Hemp Summit being held in December.

The Louisiana Senate Education Committee amended a House-passed bill that would have allowed school personnel to administer medical cannabis to students by replacing it with language to simply conduct a study on the issue.

The campaign pushing to pass South Dakota’s marijuana legalization and medical cannabis ballot measures has raised five times as much funding as opponents have.

Missouri regulators are investigating a complaint about moldy medical cannabis sold at a dispensary.

Maine regulators are being sued by small local marijuana businesses for allegedly improperly granting licenses to other businesses with out-of-state owners.

Nevada regulators filed complaints against marijuana businesses for violations, including having unlicensed employees and failing to maintain proper documentation.

Oregon regulators published updated guidance on disclosing interests in marijuana businesses.

West Virginia regulators selected Metrc to run the state’s medical cannabis track and trace system.

Michigan regulators made updates to several marijuana application forms due to changes in ownership disclosure rules.


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Allegheny County, Pennsylvania officials are being sued for allegedly discriminating against a job applicant over his medical cannabis use.

/ INTERNATIONAL

The UK boy whose story prompted the government to begin allowing cannabis-based medicines is receiving his first legal prescription.

The Court of Justice of the European Union will rule on the legality of France’s CBD ban on November 19.

/ SCIENCE & HEALTH

A study found “further evidence for the effects of [medical cannabis] on chronic pain and related symptoms, demonstrating an overall mild to modest long‐term improvement of the tested measures.”

/ ADVOCACY, OPINION & ANALYSIS

The Mississippi Association of Chiefs of Police is urging voters to reject the state’s activist-driven medical cannabis ballot measure.

A leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints published an op-ed on why the religious group opposes Arizona’s marijuana legalization ballot initiative.

CNBC’s Jim Cramer predicted that the marijuana industry will see a boost if Democrats win the White House and Senate.

/ BUSINESS

Workers at DC Holistic Wellness signed a collective bargaining agreement.

Harvest Health & Recreation Inc. announced it is raising C$30,000,144 selling shares at a price of C$2.26 each.

Jushi Holdings Inc. is offering 10,000,000 subordinate voting shares at a price of C$3.55 per share.

/ CULTURE

Baseball player Luis Campusano was arrested on felony marijuana possession charges.

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