The Canadian government is launching a review of cannabis legalization, four years after the groundbreaking Cannabis Act was passed into law.
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Booker And Fetterman Push Justice-Focused Marijuana Reform At State And Federal Level In Conference Remarks
Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) and Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D) spoke at a marijuana conference on Friday, respectively pushing for federal legalization and encouraging people to apply for state-level pardons for prior cannabis convictions under a recently launched initiative that’s already seen thousands of people apply for relief this month. The officials discussed cannabis […]
Through Monday, the state has culled nearly $6 million in license and one-time application fees from dispensaries, cultivators, transportation companies, processors, and testing operations in the state. By Brent Addleman, The Center Square With the medical marijuana program still in its infancy in Mississippi, the state is already raking in revenue. Through Monday, the state […]
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Top Federal Drug Agency Seeking Marijuana Grower Able To Cultivate And Analyze 4 Million Grams Of Cannabis
A top federal drug agency is now officially soliciting proposals for a contractor to grow, harvest and analyze millions of grams of marijuana for research purposes. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) published a request for proposal (RFP) notice last week, stating that it’s seeking manufacturers that are capable of cultivating, testing and rolling […]
Colorado Polls Show Conflicting Results On Psychedelics Ballot Measure That Voters Will Decide On In November
Psychedelics reform is on the ballot in Colorado this November, and two recent polls paint conflicting pictures about how voters will come down on the historic initiative. For both surveys, respondents were given a description of the measure, which seeks to legalize possession of psychedelics like psilocybin and ibogaine for adults 21 and older and […]
Marijuana Is Staying On The Banned Substances List For International Athletes, World Anti-Doping Agency Announces
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has officially decided to keep marijuana on the list of banned substances for international athletes following a scientific review and a determination that cannabis use “violates the spirit of sport.” Advocates strongly urged WADA to enact a reform after U.S. runner Sha’Carri Richardson was suspended from participating in Olympics events […]
Justice Department Compares Marijuana Users To Domestic Abusers With New Filing In Cannabis Patients’ Gun Rights Lawsuit
The Justice Department is doubling down on its claim that medical marijuana patients are uniquely dangerous and, therefore, unfit to possess firearms—and it’s now comparing cannabis consumers to domestic abusers with a “propensity” toward violence. In a new court filing, DOJ responded to a lawsuit from Florida’s agriculture commissioner, who is alleging that federal policy […]
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The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that votes on a marijuana legalization initiative on the November ballot will be…
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Nevertheless, medical cannabis sales for July were only a little over $18 million, the poorest monthly total since the state’s legalization of retail sales in January 2014. According to Tiffany Goldman, executive chair of the Cannabis Industry Group, “there is a dangerous idea that Colorado’s marijuana sector is a cash cow. But this impression is untrue, she said.
Is Marijuana Still a Banned Substance in Sports? Yes, World Anti-Doping Agency Keeps THC on the Banned List
The real reason why the WADA refuses to remove THC from the banned substances list is it can still harm sports as a business, and THC is still illegal in the eyes of the federal government. They are not doing any good for athletes nor the sports industry as a whole because reinforcing their stance to keep it on the banned substances list is pushing them back instead of forward.
Oklahoma residents will have to wait up to two years to vote on a measure to legalize adult-use cannabis after the state Supreme Court denied a petition to include the question on the ballot for the November election.
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In a rare spot of good news for mom and pop marijuana growers, a national advocacy group has been formed to serve as a line of defense for the little guys.
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The center is the byproduct of a bill passed by Kentucky lawmakers this year and “will conduct research on the health effects of cannabis.”
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