Monday, November 29, 2021

Canna Law Blog

The New Federal Cannabis Legalization Bill Is Here

The Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act was introduced as a discussion draft intended to foster debate among the members of Congress.

Sports Leagues And Cannabis Testing: A North American Survey

The time has come to truly examine how and why cannabis users are punished, inside and outside of sport.

New York Cannabis: Why It’s A Big Deal That The Town Of Riverhead Voted Not To Opt Out

Riverhead voting against opting out is a very positive development.

Colorado’s New Hemp Rules Suggest Wave Of Comprehensive State Regulations

State regulators are keeping up with the demands of this evolving market.

This Has To Happen Before The Feds Approve Ecstasy

Will MDMA receive FDA approval? Time will tell, but the initial evidence is very promising.

Fire Season Is Coming — Here’s What That Means For Canna-Businesses

Cannabis businesses have many regulatory restrictions concerning moving goods in the event of a natural disaster such as a fire.

Legalization In Latin America: Who’s Next After Mexico?

Following Mexico’s historic move, cannabis observers are wondering who the next newsmaker will be.

Sports Star Arrested For Ridiculous Amount Of Weed — And Other Reasons We Need To Legalize Marijuana

545,602 Americans were arrested for marijuana-related offenses in 2019. And 40,000 Americans were incarcerated for marijuana-related offenses in 2020.

Hemp Industries Association Urges Regulation, Not Prohibition, Of Delta-8 THC

It is true that most Delta-8 THC sold in the U.S. is largely unregulated, readily accessible to minors and highly coveted for its psychoactive effects.

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