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Internal Revenue Service National Taxpayer Advocate Erin Collins suggested in a C-SPAN interview that medical cannabis purchases might be tax deductible—but when contacted by Marijuana Moment she clarified that that’s not actually the case.

The Maryland House Judiciary Committee took the first step toward putting a marijuana legalization referendum on the November ballot by holding a hearing on two companion bills sponsored by the panel’s chairman.

New York’s Assembly majority leader and other lawmakers filed legislation that would grant temporary marijuana business licenses to hemp growers and processors to help the state prepare a timely launch of the adult-use market. Participating businesses would need to meet certain equity, labor and sustainability requirements.

U.S. runner Sha’Carri Richardson, who was suspended from the Olympics over marijuana, is suggesting there may be a racist double standard after a Russian skater who tested positive for a performance enhancing drug is being allowed to compete.

Washington State lawmakers are being accused of reneging on promises to back legislation to expand marijuana business licensing to address equity concerns. Some existing cannabis operators  have opposed the proposal.

Winery president Doug Frost—who says he is one of only three people in the world to be certified as both a master sommelier and a master of wine—writes in a new Marijuana Moment op-ed that if bars and restaurants can sell the “more hazardous drug” alcohol, they should also be allowed to serve cannabis.

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The Department of Veterans Affairs posted a podcast excerpt explaining its policies on marijuana.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) sent a letter to constituents, saying he is “committed to making federal marijuana reform a priority” and is “working to finalize this legislation and to pass the Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act in the near future.”

Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-NY) tweeted about how officials reacted differently to U.S. runner Sha’Carri Richardson’s marijuana test and a Russian skater testing positive for a performance enhancing drug, saying, “Cannabis use needs to be destigmatized and federally legalized, especially when it’s used to hinder Black people due to unequal standards like this.”

Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D-CO) tweeted, “Cannabis businesses & employees are put in harm’s way everyday despite being recognized as legal, legitimate businesses in 47 states. It’s long overdue to fix this problem, get cash off our streets & protect our communities.”

Rep. Morgan Griffith (R-VA) discussed his support for “reducing barriers to research of cannabis and Schedule I drugs” in a newsletter.

Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) said marijuana legalization is an issue that doesn’t need to be partisan.

Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) encouraged South Carolina lawmakers to pass a medical cannabis bill this year.

Ohio Democratic congressional candidate Nina Turner tweeted, “Legalizing cannabis without making the cannabis market equitable for Black and brown communities would be an injustice. This country has spent years locking Black and brown people up for cannabis at much higher rates than white people. Communities have been destroyed.”

Kentucky Democratic congressional candidate William Compton tweeted, “This may be controversial, but I truly believe we should legalize Marijuana nationwide, and that is something I will fight for in congress.”

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Maryland Democratic gubernatorial candidate John King, a former federal education secretary, tweeted, “Black Marylanders are disproportionately incarcerated for cannabis possession to a massive extent. We must legalize recreational cannabis in Maryland, but we also have to expunge records, and ensure opportunity for Black owned businesses.” Separately, Democratic attorney general candidate Katie Curran O’Malley testified in favor of a legalization bill before state lawmakers.

The Virginia Senate is expected to vote on marijuana sales legislation this week.

The South Dakota House of Representatives declined to take up a bill on medical cannabis recommendations via telehealth. Separately, the House Taxation Committee will hear a bill to set  up a taxation structure for recreational marijuana sales on Tuesday.

The New Mexico Senate Judiciary Committee approved a bill to increase production limits for microbusinesses and to make other changes to the marijuana law.

The West Virginia House Judiciary Committee approved a bill allowing no more than two licensed laboratories to perform medical cannabis testing.

The Alabama Senate Judiciary Committee will consider a bill to decriminalize marijuana and expunge past records on Wednesday.

A Nebraska senator is working to expand his limited medical cannabis bill.

A Georgia senator filed a bill to allow people with certain past convictions to participate in the hemp market.

A Pennsylvania senator tweeted, in response to someone’s suggestion that legalizing marijuana can raise revenue, “Dumbasses like you actually think that selling weed would bring in the billions we need every year to pay for outrageous spending.”

Arkansas regulators proposed rules changes to allow doctors to issue recertification of medical cannabis recommendations via telehealth.

Missouri’s top medical cannabis regulator said his department doesn’t have authority to regulate delta-8 THC products.


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Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D-CO) suggested at a recent House Rules Committee meeting that federally legalizing marijuana would help people get their mail delivered on time—pointing out how U.S. Postal Service staffing shortages are driven in part by the ban on workers using cannabis.

The Virginia Senate passed a bill to launch recreational marijuana sales early by letting current medical cannabis and hemp businesses enter the adult-use market. Sales would begin in September under the plan, which now heads to the Republican-controlled House.

The Hawaii Senate Health Committee unanimously approved a bill to create a working group to study the therapeutic benefits of psilocybin mushrooms and develop a plan to ensure that the psychedelic is accessible for medical use.

A Missouri Republican representative filed a comprehensive, 74-page marijuana legalization bill called the Cannabis Freedom Act.

As the New Hampshire House of Representatives prepares to vote on a bill to legalize marijuana and conduct sales through state-run stores on Wednesday, Matt Simon of Prime Alternative Treatment Centers of NH writes in an op-ed that there’s a better way.

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White House Office of National Drug Control Policy Director Rahul Gupta spoke about the Biden administration’s drug policy priorities.

The National Advisory Council on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism held a discussion on the effect of cannabis and alcohol on sleep.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture posted a short podcast on the forthcoming release of the results of a national hemp survey it conducted.

Food and Drug Administration officials will participate in a Council for Federal Cannabis Regulation event on the endocannabinoid system on February 24.

The Senate confirmed the nomination of Robert Califf to serve as Food and Drug Administration commissioner.

Reps. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) and Lou Correa (D-CA) said they’ve had cannabis trade talks with Canadian and Mexican officials.

Rep. Antonio Delgado (D-NY) tweeted, “The legal cannabis industry can help fuel local economies and create jobs and training for a new generation of hemp workers, and I will continue to do all I can to support cannabis-related businesses in #NY19 communities.”

Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) criticized how officials reacted differently to U.S. runner Sha’Carri Richardson’s marijuana test and a Russian skater testing positive for a performance enhancing drug, tweeting, “But our American sprinter Sha’carri smoked Marijuana and was booted from the Olympics? Glad I boycotted this corrupt game.”

Rep. Tim Burchett (R-TN) tweeted, “Dirtbag drug dealers are killing Americans by cutting marijuana, cocaine, and other recreational drugs with synthetic fentanyl. President Biden should have done something to stop the flow of this deadly drug into our country a long time ago.”

Former Rep. Justin Amash (L-MI) hosted a discussion about psychedelics on his podcast.

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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) tweeted, “Four years ago today, medical marijuana became available for Pennsylvanians. I’m proud to have signed medical marijuana into law. It brings relief to many people with medical conditions. I’m hoping we can soon legalize recreational marijuana, too.”

New Mexico lawmakers sent Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) a bill to legalize drug checking equipment. Separately, the Senate approved legislation to increase production limits for small cannabis companies and make other changes to marijuana laws.

The Washington State House of Representatives approved a bill to create a Community Reinvestment Program to fund expungements and other services.

Rhode Island’s House speaker said a negotiated marijuana legalization bill should be unveiled around March 1.

Maryland’s House speaker said she favors a careful step-by-step approach to legalizing marijuana, while the Senate president wants to move more quickly to enact a regulated cannabis system.

South Carolina’s House speaker assigned a Senate-passed medical cannabis bill to the only committee in the chamber that’s chaired by a Democrat.

Indiana House Democrats tweeted, “Hoosiers convicted of misdemeanor marijuana possession are branded with a criminal record for something that is legal in 3⃣ neighboring states. State Rep. @SueinMuncie proposed a one-time expungement for misdemeanor marijuana possession. House R’s voted NO ❌”

The Minnesota House Health Finance and Policy Committee approved a bill on medical cannabis pacts between tribal nations.

An Oklahoma representative spoke about a package of medical cannabis reform bills he has filed.

Vermont regulators will begin accepting applications for pre-approval of recreational marijuana business licenses on March 16.

Michigan marijuana regulators will hold a public hearing on Wednesday.

Florida’s Industrial Hemp Advisory Council will meet on Wednesday.


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Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D-CO) said he’s “confident” his marijuana banking legislation is finally going to make it through the Senate and onto the president’s desk before he leaves office at the end of this year.

The Utah House of Representatives voted 68-1 to create a task force to study and make recommendations on the therapeutic uses of psychedelics such as psilocybin for treating mental health disorders.

Ohio’s Senate president says he won’t bring a marijuana legalization measure to the floor for a vote, meaning that activists who collected enough signatures to force the legislature to consider the measure will need more petitions to place it on the November ballot.

The Missouri House of Representatives approved a bill to make it harder to qualify and pass ballot initiatives—but included a delayed implementation date that a lawmaker says was requested by a current marijuana legalization campaign.

Video game streaming service Twitch’s username policy update says references to marijuana are totally fine—treating it the same as alcohol and tobacco. But the Amazon-owned company bans mentions of psychedelics and “hard drugs.”

Marijuana icon Willie Nelson called for the legalization of…comfortable shoes in an ad for Sketchers that aired during the Super Bowl.
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The Drug Enforcement Administration Museum proudly displayed a pair of platform shoes worn by an undercover agent in the 1970s.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) tweeted, “Hundreds of millions of Americans live in states where cannabis has been legalized in some way. It’s long past time for the federal government to catch up. The Senate will move forward on cannabis legalization with justice for the communities most impacted by the War on Drugs.”

Several U.S. senators discussed their positions on the issue of marijuana legalization.

Sens. Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) filed a bill to restrict the use of certain federal funds for syringes for the injection of illegal drugs or devices to “smoke, inhale, or ingest narcotics.”

Rep. Mondaire Jones (D-NY) toured a cannabis testing facility.

Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) said Republicans should “lean in” on marijuana reform.

Rep. Dave Joyce (R-OH) tweeted, “If anyone knows the unjust consequences of #cannabis criminalization, it’s @weldon_angelos. Humbled to have his endorsement of my bipartisan #HOPEAct, which will help remedy the War on Drugs where it’s been most pervasive – at the state and local level.”

Rep. Mike Garcia (R-CA) tweeted, “In my district, cartels are profiting off the illegal marijuana market through indentured servant labor, stealing land and water, and threatening Californians!”

Louisiana Democratic Senate candidate Gary Chambers said his cannabis consumption is not something that should be controversial.

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Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) issued an executive order consolidating the regulation of marijuana and hemp under the newly renamed Cannabis Regulatory Agency.

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards’s (D) Drug Policy Board adopted a resolution opposing the legalization of marijuana.

Texas Democratic gubernatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke, a former congressman, spoke about his support for legalizing marijuana at a campaign rally.

South Carolina Democratic gubernatorial candidate Joe Cunningham, a former congressman, tweeted, “By opposing medical marijuana, @henrymcmaster is keeping life-saving medical care from countless veterans and patients across SC. Governor, your conspiracy theories about cannabis are rooted in lies, fear and 1950s propaganda. Time to end your opposition and help get this done.”

Mississippi’s lieutenant governor spoke about the economic impact of legalizing medical cannabis.

The Washington State Senate approved a bill to increase penalties for robbing marijuana dispensaries, on par with those for robbing pharmacies.

The Oklahoma Legislative Office of Financial Transparency issued a report recommending a moratorium on medical cannabis business licenses.

A Maryland delegate tweeted, “The drug war has led to the mass incarceration of Black & Latinx Marylanders. It’s way past time we legalize cannabis, release non-violent drug offenders, as well as ensure equity & reparations for the harm done. Today, I filed the Cannabis Legalization & Equity Act.” He also hosting a series of “Weed Weekend” events.

A Michigan senator tweeted, “I passed the bill in Michigan that funded automatically expunging the records for those convicted of non-violent marijuana use.  Now it’s time to legalize marijuana federally & ensure our sons, grandsons, brothers, and uncles are no longer incarcerated & have a clean slate.” He also tweeted, “Even though we legalized marijuana in Michigan, it’s still illegal for banks to provide services to cannabis businesses. This means they operate on a cash-only basis which is dangerous for them and our community. It’s time for Congress to legalize and pass the #SAFEBankingAct.”

Arkansas regulators are being sued over a policy that doesn’t allow doctors to issue medical cannabis recommendations without in-person patient examinations.

Iowa regulators said they haven’t yet gotten any response from the Drug Enforcement Administration about a letter requesting a federal exemption for the state’s limited medical cannabis program.

Montana regulators proposed rules for failed marijuana laboratory test samples.

Alaska regulators are proposing changes to rules on reinstatement of marijuana business licenses after failure to renew.

Maine regulators issued guidance on separation of co-located medical cannabis and recreational marijuana cultivation operations.

Colorado regulators sent an update on medical cannabis rulemaking.

Vermont regulators will review marijuana policies on Monday and accept public comments at a hearing on Friday.


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Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) sent a letter asking colleagues to get involved in the process of drafting a federal marijuana legalization bill that they plan to file “in the weeks ahead.” Schumer also discussed the cannabis reform push in a Senate floor speech.

Federally owned power company Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) walked back its threat to withhold electricity from marijuana businesses following pushback from congressional and local officials.

A day earlier, Reps. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) and Steve Cohen (D-TN) sent a letter criticizing TVA’s insinuation it would block power from state-legal cannabis businesses.

The South Carolina Senate gave its final third reading passage to a medical marijuana bill, formally sending it over to the House of Representatives for consideration.

A contentious battle is brewing between marijuana activists in Oklahoma, where one group filed a legal challenge against a competing legalization campaign’s expungements section—even though its own initiative also contains similar language. The targeted group has now redrafted its measure without the expungements provision, as a backup.

The Colorado Department of Revenue announced that the state set a marijuana sales record last year.

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Surgeon General Vivek Murthy said he worries there is “a perception that marijuana is completely harmless in children.”

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit revived a lawsuit from an Alabama student who said she was strip-searched by school officials who suspected her of smoking marijuana.

Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) said a forthcoming federal marijuana legalization bill will include “good, substantive” changes from a prior draft version.

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) and other Republicans filed a bill to bar the government from using certain funds to pay for pipes or other paraphernalia that could be used to smoke, inhale or ingest illegal drugs.

Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) inserted comments into the Congressional Record praising a 100-year-old woman who helped advance Connecticut discussions on “access to medical marijuana for elderly people with glaucoma, a condition she has faced for nearly two decades.”

Rep. Bryan Steil (R-WI) and more than 100 other GOP lawmakers sent a letter calling on President Joe Biden to permanently classify fentanyl-related substances in Schedule I.

Rep. Anthony Brown (D-MD) tweeted, “Cannabis legalization and decriminalization is an equal justice issue. MD must take the lead, ensure its economic benefits directly benefit communities who have borne the brunt of these bad policies, and expunge the records of those currently serving time.

Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) said her marijuana legalization bill has “something for everyone.”

Wisconsin Democratic Senate candidate Alex Lasry tweeted, “We need to legalize weed nationwide. It’s far overdue.”

Ohio Democratic congressional candidate Nina Turner tweeted, “Good morning. Cannabis should be legal.”

The House bill to deschedule marijuana got one new cosponsor for a total of eight.

The House bill to allow CBD as a dietary supplement got one new cosponsor for a total of 39.

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Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont (D) is proposing changes to rules for cannabis funds.

Virginia’s House majority leader said the chamber would wait for the Democratic-controlled Senate to first pass a marijuana commerce reenactment bill and then “go from there.”

The Illinois Senate Executive Committee approved a bill to place a moratorium on issuing cannabis transporter licenses.

The South Dakota House Health Committee advanced without recommendation a bill to allow medical cannabis recommendations to be conducted via virtual meetings.

The chair of the Missouri Legislative Black Caucus said lawmakers are preparing a resolution calling on federal officials to follow through with marijuana reform.

The director of New York’s Office of Cannabis Management said he’s going to “push” to launch recreational marijuana sales sooner than mid-2023.

Maine regulators expressed concerns about pending hemp legislation.

Colorado’s Retail Marijuana Public Health Advisory Committee will meet on Monday.

Florida regulators will hold a public meeting on medical cannabis tracking systems on Tuesday.


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