Cannabis banking amendment gets another shot (Newsletter: January 31, 2022) – Marijuana Moment

Cannabis banking amendment gets another shot (Newsletter: January 31, 2022) – Marijuana Moment

UT psychedelics bill heads to gov; Another USDA hemp survey; NCAA lowers marijuana penalties

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The Maryland House of Delegates voted to put a marijuana legalization referendum on the November ballot and to pass a separate bill to begin implementing the policy if voters approve.

Utah lawmakers sent Gov. Spencer Cox (R) a bill to create a task force to study and make recommendations on the therapeutic use of psychedelics such as psilocybin for treating mental health disorders.

Just days after releasing the results of its first national hemp survey, the U.S. Department of Agriculture is asking the White House for permission to question another 20,000 respondents about “production practices and costs” for the newly legal crop.

The National Collegiate Athletic Association is moving to lower marijuana penalties for student athletes and increase the allowable THC threshold for drug tests.

The West Virginia House of Representatives passed a bill to allow no more than two medical cannabis testing labs in the state.


Federal Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee, does not have an extensive record on marijuana but did argue as a member of the U.S. …….


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