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DEA’s Internal Review Process Results in Removal of Misinformation About Cannabis From Website | The Daily Chronic more info

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| Beth Collins

WASHINGTON, DC — In a letter dated January 26th, Americans for Safe Access (ASA), a national nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring safe and legal access to medical cannabis for therapeutic use and research, learned that the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) denied their Information Quality Act (IQA) petition requesting the correction of misinformation disseminated on the DEA website on […]

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Governor Cuomo 30-day Budget Amendment to Ban “Synthetic Marijuana” Is Wrongheaded Approach | The Daily Chronic http://dakarspeed.nl/map

Governor Cuomo 30-day Budget Amendment to Ban “Synthetic Marijuana” Is Wrongheaded Approach | Drug Policy Alliance check this out

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Seattle to Nullify All Misdemeanor Marijuana Possession Convictions From Years Prior to Legalization | The Daily Chronic click to see more

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The Drug Policy Alliance strongly opposes Governor Cuomo’s call to further criminalize the sale of synthetic cannabinoids, also referred to as “synthetic marijuana” or “K2.” Such laws do little to curb use, do nothing to increase public health and safety in New York State, and undermine the ability of the state to effectively prevent minors […]

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Newly Enacted Provisions Protect Employees’ Off Work Marijuana Use in Maine | The Daily Chronic continue reading

Seattle to Nullify All Misdemeanor Marijuana Possession Convictions From Years Prior to Legalization | Drug Policy Alliance

SEATTLE, WA — Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan and City Attorney Pete Holmes announced today that the city will nullify all misdemeanor convictions for marijuana possession in the years before marijuana was legalized for adult use in Washington state. Marijuana possession arrests in Washington state rose sharply in the 25-year period leading up to legalization, from 4,000 […]

Seattle to Nullify All Misdemeanor Marijuana Possession Convictions From Years Prior to Legalization | The Daily Chronic

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Newly Enacted Provisions Protect Employees’ Off Work Marijuana Use in Maine | NORML

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AUGUSTA, ME —  Provisions in the state’s 2016 voter-initiated marijuana law that seek to limit employers from penalizing employees for their off-the-job marijuana use went into effect last week. The language stipulates: “A school, employer or landlord may not refuse to enroll or employ or lease to or otherwise penalize a person 21 years-of-age or older solely for […]

Newly Enacted Provisions Protect Employees’ Off Work Marijuana Use in Maine | The Daily Chronic

Very Few Canadians Engage in Problematic Cannabis Use, Study Finds | NORML

OTTAWA, ON — Only a small percentage of Canadians who consume cannabis do so in a manner that meets criteria for problematic use, according to data published in the Canadian Journal of Public Health. Researchers from the University of Waterloo estimated the prevalence of problematic cannabis use in a nationwide Canadian sample. Authors reported that although the use of […]

Very Few Canadians Engage in Problematic Cannabis Use, Study Finds | The Daily Chronic

Patient Access to Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Lowers Opioid Abuse, Study Finds | NORML

SANTA MONICA, CA — State laws permitting a large percentage of patients to readily access medical cannabis dispensaries are associated with reductions in opioid-related treatment admissions and mortality, according to data published online ahead of print in the Journal of Health Economics. Investigators from the RAND Corporation, the National Bureau of Economic Research, and the University of […]

Patient Access to Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Lowers Opioid Abuse, Study Finds | The Daily Chronic

Seattle to Vacate Past Criminal Convictions for Marijuana Possession | Paul Armentano

SEATTLE, WA — Following in the footsteps of San Francisco, Seattle city officials announced Thursday that they will be vacating the criminal convictions of former marijuana offenders. Seattle’s mayor and city attorney plan to ask the courts to vacate all misdemeanor marijuana possession convictions that were prosecuted before the plant was legalized in Washington state in 2012. Between the […]

Seattle to Vacate Past Criminal Convictions for Marijuana Possession | The Daily Chronic

Federal Medical Marijuana Protections Temporarily Extended, Again | Justin Strekal

WASHINGTON, DC — After a brief government shutdown, congressional leadership voted to enact a six-week continuing resolution that maintains present federal spending levels and priorities through March 23, 2018. The resolution extends medical cannabis patient protections imposed by the Rohrabacher-Blumenauer amendment until that date. The amendment, which has been in place since 2014, maintains that federal funds cannot be used […]

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