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Release Date: 06/24/2021

FBI Cannabis Policy Update: Prospective Agents Who Have Consumed Cannabis Over 24 Times Are Ineligible show art FBI Cannabis Policy Update: Prospective Agents Who Have Consumed Cannabis Over 24 Times Are Ineligible

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Today in cannabis news: The U.S. House fully advances a defense bill that includes cannabis banking safeguards, and now lawmakers in the Senate may stymie progress; Mississippi state legislators come to an agreement on statewide medical cannabis legalization and urge for a special session; and the FBI specifies that anyone who has used cannabis over 24 times is ineligible to become an agent.

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Today in cannabis news: State senators in Pennsylvania deliberate on a proposal that would issue DUI safeguards for medical cannabis patients; New York's governor announces their last appointees to the state's cannabis regulatory authority; and the USDA teams up with Cornell University to conduct research on preventing weed invasions on hemp crops.

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U.S. House Of Representatives Again Passes Cannabis Banking Safeguard Amendment show art U.S. House Of Representatives Again Passes Cannabis Banking Safeguard Amendment

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Today in cannabis news: State authorities in New York predict that cannabis tax revenue will eventually close a budget deficit caused by falling tobacco sales; while Amazon reiterates its backing for legalizing cannabis in the U.S., the corporation states that it has no position on cannabis “regulation, permitting, taxation, or interstate commerce”; and the U.S. House of Representatives approves cannabis financial institution safeguards for the fifth time.

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Cannabis news: After a rejection from the state Supreme Court, Florida cannabis advocates submit a legalization proposal for 2022; Amazon states that staff and applicants who were terminated or disqualified due to cannabis screenings are now allowed to be employed with the corporation as it lobbies for federal cannabis legalization in the US; and state legislators in RI are “very close” to reaching an agreement on legalizing cannabis before a potential special session, according to a leading state senat

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Law Enforcement Authorities & Biden Nominee Petition Supreme Court To Hear Case On Supervised Drug Consumption Centers show art Law Enforcement Authorities & Biden Nominee Petition Supreme Court To Hear Case On Supervised Drug Consumption Centers

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Today in cannabis news: State legislators in Pennsylvania plan to hold a hearing on DUI safeguards for medical cannabis patients; a former U.S. Republican congressperson breaks the trend of once anti-legalization politicians joining the cannabis industry; and 80 prominent law enforcement authorities, as well as a nominee of President Biden, petition the U.S. Supreme Court to take up a case regarding supervised drug consumption centers.

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U.S. House Panel Votes To Revoke Drug Charge Penalty For Students Receiving Educational Tax Credits show art U.S. House Panel Votes To Revoke Drug Charge Penalty For Students Receiving Educational Tax Credits

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Today in cannabis news: Cannabis activists in South Dakota prepare for a vast legalization ballot initiative in 2022; since July, the New Jersey state Judiciary says it has overturned over 360,000 cannabis charges; and a U.S. Congressional committee votes to revoke the drug conviction consequence that prevents students from receiving an education tax credit.

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U.S. House To Potentially Vote On Psychedelic And Cannabis Studies For Military Veterans show art U.S. House To Potentially Vote On Psychedelic And Cannabis Studies For Military Veterans

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Today in cannabis news: Advocates in Washington state launch a 2022 ballot initiative for statewide drug decriminalization; New Hampshire state legislators make the first moves toward putting cannabis legalization on the state ballot in 2022; and as a component of a defense bill, the U.S. House might vote on psychedelic and cannabis studies for military veterans and cannabis banking access.

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FDA And CDC Issue Warnings On Delta-8 THC’s Adverse Effects show art FDA And CDC Issue Warnings On Delta-8 THC’s Adverse Effects

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Today in cannabis news: The FDA and the CDC warn the public about Delta-8 THC items derived from hemp; the National Urban League supports legalizing cannabis with reserving licenses for underprivileged populations; and Drake, Meek Mill, Al Harrington, and more public figures urge President Biden to grant sweeping cannabis pardons.

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Inmates With Federal Drug Charges Called To Apply For Clemency By President Biden’s Administration show art Inmates With Federal Drug Charges Called To Apply For Clemency By President Biden’s Administration

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Today in cannabis news: Planned cannabis advertising limitations in the state of Montana are relaxed; mayors from throughout the U.S. urge President Joe Biden and Congress to legalize cannabis, with an emphasis on racial and social equity; and inmates with certain federal drug charges are being asked to apply for clemency by the Biden administration.

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New York State Senator Seeks To Provide Cities Additional Time To Prohibit Cannabis Operators show art New York State Senator Seeks To Provide Cities Additional Time To Prohibit Cannabis Operators

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Today in cannabis news: Measures on smokable hemp, CBD in foods, and medical cannabis in hospitals head to the California state governor's office; while regulations are being constructed, a New York state senator seeks to provide municipalities additional time to prohibit cannabis operators; and the National Hemp Association requests a $1 billion budget from the U.S. federal government to promote hemp industry growth.

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Cannabis News Update June 24, 2021

Today in cannabis news: The Louisiana state governor signs a bill to legalize the consumption of smokable medical cannabis flower; the Rhode Island state Senate passes a recreational cannabis legalization bill; and after legislators failed to take action, the Supreme Court of Mexico takes steps to eliminate cannabis prohibition nationwide.

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