Articles By Nushin Rashidian
California Gov. Gavin Newsom had until Oct. 10 to sign or veto the bills that landed on his desk this session.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health analyzed state cannabis laws and rules on workers compensation and cannabis.
The MORE Act has already passed out of the full House once, but the Senate remains a hurdle.
The global online retail giant has endorsed the most comprehensive cannabis reform proposal to-date in Congress. In early summer, Amazon began to lobby on a more narrow reform bill.
As individual states grapple with how to handle delta-8 THC, which has become widely available, federal agencies have been slow to respond.
Here are the cannabis bills that passed by the end of the legislative session, including ones that aim to curb the existing illegal market, regulate the CBD industry, and guide cannabis advertising.
The latest Monitoring the Future study data, released Wednesday by NIH’s National Institute on Drug Abuse, also found that hallucinogen consumption is up while alcohol consumption is down.
In response to an Office of National Drug Control Policy request for information on the “application of equity in U.S. national drug control policy,” there was a significant focus on cannabis.
From the need to respect existing state programs to a call for less “onerous” taxes and regulations, here’s what people had to say about the CAO Act from Senators Schumer, Booker, and Wyden.